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James Hazlewood, Junior

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Born 1860 in Banbury the son of James Hazlewood

1876 One of the founders of Hazlewoods

1901 Living at 18 Chester Street, Coventry: James Hazlewood (age 41 born Kingscote, Oxon), a Cycle Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Mary A. Hazlewood (age 42 born Bethnal Green) and their children Annie H. Hazlewood (age 17 born Plumstead), Typist; Lena B. Hazlewood (age 15 born Plumstead); James W. Hazlewood (age 13 born Plumstead); Albert E. Hazlewood (age 11 born Warwick); and Dorothy Alice Hazlewood (age 8 born Warwick). One servant.[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census