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William Nalder

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William Nalder (1839-1903) of Nalder and Nalder

1839 Born in Alvescot, son of James Hall Nalder, yeoman[1]

1851 A pupil at school in Wheatley[2]

1861 Thomas Nalder 24, civil engineer employing 12 men and 9 boys, lived in Wantage with his brother William Nalder 21, civil engineer employing 12 men and 9 boys[3]

1871 William Nalder 30, secretary of iron works, was lodging in Wantage, unmarried[4]

1881 William Nalder 40, manager of implement manufactory, llived in East and West Challow with Anne E. Nalder 38[5]

1903 August. Died.[6]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Baptism record
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. Faringdon Advertiser and Vale of the White Horse Gazette - Saturday 08 August 1903