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1861 Living at 7 Stockwell Road?, Lambeth: [[James Stiff]] (age 32 born Rougham), Potter, 72 men, 40 boys. With his wife Sarah T. Stiff (age 58 born Holborn) and their '''three children'''; [[William Stiff]] (age 23 born Lambeth); [[Ebenezer Stiff]] (age 20 born Lambeth); and Mary A. Stiff (age 18 born Lambeth). Two servants.<ref>1861 Census</ref>  
 
1861 Living at 7 Stockwell Road?, Lambeth: [[James Stiff]] (age 32 born Rougham), Potter, 72 men, 40 boys. With his wife Sarah T. Stiff (age 58 born Holborn) and their '''three children'''; [[William Stiff]] (age 23 born Lambeth); [[Ebenezer Stiff]] (age 20 born Lambeth); and Mary A. Stiff (age 18 born Lambeth). Two servants.<ref>1861 Census</ref>  
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1867 Birth of son [[Sydney James Stiff]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:31, 30 March 2020

William Stiff (c1838- ) of James Stiff and Sons

Born the son of James Stiff

1861 Living at 7 Stockwell Road?, Lambeth: James Stiff (age 32 born Rougham), Potter, 72 men, 40 boys. With his wife Sarah T. Stiff (age 58 born Holborn) and their three children; William Stiff (age 23 born Lambeth); Ebenezer Stiff (age 20 born Lambeth); and Mary A. Stiff (age 18 born Lambeth). Two servants.[1]

1867 Birth of son Sydney James Stiff

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  1. 1861 Census