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Samuel Tyzack

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Born son of John and Sarah Tyzack

1790 Baptised in Sheffield[1]

1808 Birth of son, Henry, to Samuel and Harriet Tyzack[2]

1841 Samuel Tyzack 50, fender maker, lived in Eccleshall Bierlow, with William Tyzack 30, Harriet Tyzack 25, Samuel Tyzack 15, Christianna Tyzack 15, Sarah Tyzack 10[3]

1851 Samuel Tyzack 66, widower, saw maker, lived in Ecclesall Bierlow with his married son, Henry Tyzack 43, saw maker, William Tyzack 41, labourer, married son Joseph Tyzack 39, saw maker, married son Samuel Tyzack 27, saw maker, Christiana Tyzack 24, Sarah Tyzack 20, and his grandson Fredrick Tyzack 1[4]

1861 Saw maker, widower, living in Ecclesall Bierlow[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. BMD
  3. 1841 census
  4. 1851 census
  5. 1861 census