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William Leonard Wills

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William Leonard Wills (c1859-1911) of A. W. Wills and Son

Born the son of Arthur W. Mills

1861 Living at Meridale grove, Wolverhampton: Arthur W. Mills (age 27 born Edgbaston), Manufacturing Chemist. With his wife Fanny E. Mills (age 27 born Edgbaston) and their sons Arthur S. Mills (age 3) and William L. Mills (age 2).[1]

1901 Living at The Gables, Bromsgrove: William Leonard Wills (age 42 born Merridale, Staffs.), Edge Tool manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Gertrude Annie and three children.[2]

1910 Mentioned. 'William Leonard Wills, of the Gables, Barnt Green, Worcestershire, Edge Tool Manufacturer' as the executor of the will of Arthur Thomas Wills, a surgeon of the Laurels, Brewood.[3]

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