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Thomas Ryder Wilton

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Professor Thomas Ryder Wilton (1877-1965).

Professor Thomas Ryder Wilton (1877-1965)

1881 Living at Long Moor Lane, Fazakerly, Lancashire: James Wilton (age 54 born Manchester), Farmer. With his wife Elizabeth R. Wilton (age 42 born Windsor) and their children Marion Wilton (age 27 born Manchester); James Percy Wilton (age 5 born Fazakerly, Lancashire) and Thomas Ryder Wilton (age 3 born Fazakerly, Lancashire). Five servants.[1]

1911 Living at 16 Beresford Road, Wallasey, Cheshire: Elizth Louisa Wilton (age 72 born Windsor), Widow. With her step-daughter Miriam Wilton (age 57 born Manchester) and her son Thomas Ryder Wilton (age 33 born Fazakerly) Consulting Civil Engineer. One servant.[2]

1965 September 19th. Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census