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William Jonathan Booth

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William Jonathan Booth (1865-1931) of J. Booth and Son

1865 Born Jonathan William Booth

1885 Married at Boseley to Elizabeth Lawton

1911 Living at Gorse Farm, Astbury, near Congleton: William Jonathan Booth (age 47 born Buglawton, Cheshire), Milling Engineer - Employer. With his wife Elizabeth Booth (age 48 born Bosley) and their six children; Jonathan Booth (age 19 born Congleton), Engineer Pattern Maker - Milling Engineer; Arthur Booth (age 14 born Buglawton); Maud Mary Booth (age 13 born Buglawton); Victor Booth (age 10 born Congleton); Edward Booth (age 8 born Congleton); and Alexander Booth (age 8 born Buglawton). Married 25 years with eleven children of whom nine are now living.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census