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George Pearson

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George Pearson (1834-1899) of S. Pearson and Son

1834 Born son of Samuel Pearson in Birstal, Yorkshire

1856 2 April: Married Sarah Dickinson (b. 1837), daughter of Weetman Dickinson of Kirkburton, a miller

1856 15 July: Birth of Weetman Dickinson Pearson, their eldest son[1]. George was a contractor. They had another seven children.

1861 of Bowling, Yorkshire, builder employing 32 labourers, 14 masons, 8 boys[2]

1871 of Bowling, Yorkshire, builder and contractor employing 200[3]

1875 A member of the Bradford Grand Jury[4]

1881 Contractor, employing 68 men, and sanitary tube and brick maker[5].

1891 Contractor, staying at the Westminster Palace Hotel, London[6]

1894 Retired from the business

1899 Died in Brickendonbury, Hertfordshire

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. The Bradford Observer May 10, 1875
  5. 1881 census
  6. 1891 census