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1891 Living at Heaton Street, Cleckheaton: [[William Phelon]] (age 38 born Cleckheaton), Mechanic in Iron and Steel - Employer. With his brother [[Joah Carver Phelon|Joah C. Phelon]] (age 32 born Cleckheaton), Mechanic in Iron and Steel; and his sister Alice Phelon (age 29 born Cleckheaton), Housekeeper; and his niece Anne Rayner (age 14 born Cleckheaton), Pupil Teacher.<ref>1891 Census</ref>
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William Phelon (c1853- )

1891 Living at Heaton Street, Cleckheaton: William Phelon (age 38 born Cleckheaton), Mechanic in Iron and Steel - Employer. With his brother Joah C. Phelon (age 32 born Cleckheaton), Mechanic in Iron and Steel; and his sister Alice Phelon (age 29 born Cleckheaton), Housekeeper; and his niece Anne Rayner (age 14 born Cleckheaton), Pupil Teacher.[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census