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Frederick Morris

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Frederick Morris (c1848-1917), accountant at W. R. M. Motors and father of William Morris

1881 Living at Spring Cottage, Hallow, Worcestershire: Frederic Morris (age 31 born Witney), Draper's Clerk. With his wife Emily Ann Morris (age 30 born Cowley) and their three children; William Richard Morris (age 3 born Hallows, Worc.); Alice Gertrude Morris (age 2 born Hallows, Worc.); and Emily Ann Morris (age 2 months born Hallows, Worc.).[1]

1891 Living at Brasenose Lane, Headington Quarry, Oxon: Frederick Morris (age 42 born Witney), Farm Baliff. With his wife Emily Morris (age 40 born Cowley) and their three children; William Morris (age 13 born Comer Garden, Hallow, Worcs); Alice Morris (age 12 born Comer Garden, Hallow, Worcs); and Emily Morris (age 10 born Comer Garden, Hallow, Worcs).[2]

1901 Living at 16 James Street, Cowley: Frederick Morris (age 53 born Witney), Cycle Agent Manager. With his wife Emily Ann Morris (age 50 born Cowley) and their three children; William Richard Morris (age 23 born Worcestershire), Cycle Manufacturer - Employer; Alice Gertrude Morris (age 22 born Worcestershire), Milliner; and Emily Ann Morris (age 20 born Worcestershire), Dress maker.[3]

1917 Frederick died.

1934 His wife Emily died.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1901 Census