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Edwin Appleby

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Edwin Appleby (c1869-1937) of Joseph Appleby

1881 Living at 56 Sutton Street, Aston: Joseph Appleby (age 33 born Birmingham), Pencil Case Maker (Foreman). With his wife Mary A. Appleby (age 36 born Highworth) annd their six children; Edwin Appleby (age 11 born Birmingham); Frederick Appleby (age 8 born Birmingham); Alfred Appleby (age 7 born Birmingham); Bernard Appleby (age 5 born Birmingham); Edith Appleby (age 5 born Birmingham); and George Appleby (age 7 months born Birmingham).[1]

1901 Living in Sutton Coldfield with his wife and three children and listed as a Manager of Cycle Chain Works.[2]

1911 Living in Erdington with his wife and three children and listed as a Manager of Cycle Chain Works.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 census