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Ralph Mellard

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Ralph Mellard (c1830-1895) of the Trent Ironworks, Rugeley - See Mellard

son of James Mellard

1851 Living at Lower Brook Street, Rugeley: James Mellard (age 48 born Uttoxeter), Ironfounder, Ironmonger, Agricultural Instrument Maker employing 35 men, 13 Apprentices and others. With his wife and children including Ralph Mellard (age 21 born Rugeley), Engineer.[1]

1871 Living at 15 Lower Brook Street, Rugeley: Ralph Mellard (age 41 born Rugeley), Ironfounder). With his wife and children.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1871 Census