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Walter Neilson (c.1849-1921)

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c.1849 Born in Glasgow, son of Walter Neilson

1881 Walter Neilson 31, Iron Stone Master Employing 42 Men & 7 Boys (Mine Service), lived in Finedon, Wellinborough, with Jean H. Neilson 32, William C. Neilson 3[1]

1891 Walter Neilson 41, Iron master, lived in Ayr with Joan H Neilson 42, Joan F Neilson 8, Agnes Neilson 4[2]

1901 Walter Neilson 57, Iron master, lived in Ayr with Jean H Neilson 52, William C Neilson 23, Agnes G Neilson 14[3]

1921 Death of Walter Neilson (c.1849-1921), ironmaster, director of the Summerlee Iron and Coal Co[4]. Died at Ayr; confirmation of William Chalmers Neilson, ironmaster, and others[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1891 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. The Times 6 December 1921
  5. national probate index