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Sam Knott

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Sam Knott (c1875- ) of William Knott and Son

c1875 Born the son of William Knott

1881 Living at 48 Bennett Street, Ardwick: William Knott (age 39 born Glossop), Mechanic. With his wife Elizabeth Knott (age 37 born Manchester) and their five children; Emily Knott (age 9 born Manchester); Elizabeth A. Knott (age 6 born Manchester); Sam Knott (age 4 born Manchester); Ada Knott (age 2 born Manchester); and Lilly Knott (age 3 months born Manchester).[1]

1911 Living at 6 Fir Grove, Levenshulme: Sam Knott (age 34 born Manchester), Steam and Haydraulic Engineer - Employer. With his wife Annie Eliza Knott (age 31 born Manchester) and their three children; William Ellison Knott (age 9 born Manchester); Samuel Knott (age 7 born Manchester); and Frances Knott (age 7 months born Manchester). Married 10 years. Also his sister-in-law Farnces Parry (age 33 born Manchester), Widow. One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census