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Francis Stanier (1838-1900) of Stanier and Co
1838 Born in Stoke on Trent, son of Francis and Mary Stanier.
1841 Francis Stanier 30, Mary Stanier 25, Francis Stanier 3, Susan Stanier 1, Thomas Stanier 3 Months
1857 The Queen granted permission to Mary Stanier, of Madeley Manor, in the county of Stafford, widow and relict of Francis Stanier, late of the same place, and formerly of Newcastle-under-Lyne, on behalf of her eldest son, Francis Stanier, a minor, that he may, in compliance with a proviso contained in the last will and testament of Philip Barnes Broade, late of the Manor House, Fenton Vivian, in the said county of Stafford, Esquire, deceased, take and henceforth use the name of Philip Broade, in addition to and after that of Stanier, and also bear the arms of Broade quarterly with those of his own family arms
1861 Mary Stanier 45, was visiting the Isle of Wight with F Stanier Broade 23, merchant, C Stanier Broade 20, S M Stanier 21, R B Stanier 11
1871 Francis Stanier Broade 33, landowner and iron master, lived in Newcastle under Lyme, with Caroline S Broade 30, F Justice S Broade 8, Lucy L Broade 5, Beville S Broade 3, Eleanor S Broade 1
1881 Francis Stanier 43, Ironmaster employing 4500 Men, lived in Market Drayton, with Caroline Stanier 40, Lucy Stanier 15, Beville Stanier 13, Eleanor Stanier 11, William Stanier 9, Dorothy Stanier 4
1891 Francis Stanier 53, ironmaster, employer, lived in Market Drayton, Shropshire, with Caroline Stanier 50, Eleanor Stanier 21, Dorothy Stanier 14
1900 Died at Peplow Hall, Staffs