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Frederick Savage

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1877.
1877.
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W. Murphy's Switchback.

of Savage Brothers.

1828 March 16th. Baptised at Heveringham, Norfolk the son of William Savage and his wife Susan Ebbs (married 24 Dec 1827 at Hevingham, Norfolk)

1850 Established business making agricultural engines in King's Lynn

1861 Living at St. Nicholas Street, Kings Lynn (age 33 born Hoveringham), Engine manufacturer employing 15 men and 14 boys. With wife Susanna (age 39) and children Frederic W. (age 8), Eleanor S. (age 7), Sarah E. (age 4); Mary A. E. (age 3) and John S. (age 1). Also a boarder and a servant. [1]

1871 Living at St. Nicholas Street, Kings Lynn (age 43 born Heveringham), Agricultural Engineer employing 58 men and 15 boys. With wife Susanna (age 49) and children Eleanor S. (age 17) and Sarah E. (age 14); Mary E. (age 13); John T. (age 11); Anne M. (age 9) and Julia A. (age 8). [2]

1881 On board the SS Sandringham (age 53 born Heveringham), Engineer passenger. His wife and family are at Lea Bank, Kings Lynn (age 50), Agricultural Engineers wife employing 130 men and 31 boys. With three daughters. [3]

1880s the business became known as Savage Brothers

1891 Living at Estuary Road, West Lynn (age 63 born Heveringham), Agricultural Engineer. With wife Susannah Savage (age 69) and daughter Julia A. Barber, (age 28) and granddaughter Gwendoline A. Smith (age 8). One servant. [4]

1897 Q2. Died


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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1881 Census
  4. 1891 Census