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Richard Morris Woodhead

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Richard Morris Woodhead of Woodhead, Angois and Ellis

c1842 Born at Edwinstowe

1881 Living at 6 Albert Place, Nottingham (age 39 born Edwinstowe), Engineer and Machine Fitter. With his wife Mary A. (age 40 born Nottingham).[1]

1891 Living at 17 Arfr(?) Street, Nottingham (age 48 born Edwinstowe), Cycle Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Mary A. (age 52 born Nottingham).[2]

1893 Patent for gear cases

1901 Living at 10 Broad Gate, Beeston (age 59 born Edwinstowe), and Engineer. With his wife Betsy (age 44 born Nottingham) and their daughter Nadia Stanhope (age 3 born Beeston). Also one servant.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1901 Census