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William Tyzack

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founder of W. Tyzack and Sons

1781 Baptised in Sheffield, son of John and Sarah Tyzack[1]

1803 Married Sarah Osborne[2]

1822 Thomas and William Tyzac (sic), manufacturers of saws, patent scythes, busks and doctors for calico webs, of South Street, Sheffield (Home: Sharrow Lane)[3]

1825 William went into business for himself - W. Tyzack

1841 William Tyzack 60, saw and ... smith, living in Ecclesall Bierlow, Sarah Tyzack 61, Joshua Tyzack 23, Sarah Tyzack 20[4]

1851 William Tyzack 69, saw and file manufacturer, employing 50 men, living in Ecclesall Bierlow, with his wife Sarah Tyzack 71, Mary Tyzack 39 and grandson Fredrick Tyzack 2[5]

1858 Died in Ecclesall Bierlow[6], executors were Ebenezer, William and Joshua Tyzack, manufacturers, and Benjamin Turner, manufacturer[7]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. BMD
  3. 1822 Baines' History and Directory, West Riding
  4. 1841 census
  5. 1851 census
  6. BMD
  7. National Probate calendar