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George Robert Clover (1846-1900)

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George Robert Clover (1846-1900), Shipbuilder of Clover, Clayton and Co

1846 Born the son of George Robert Clover, Shipowner and shipbuilder, and his wife Annette Louisa Tilby

1851 Living at 1 Canning Street, Birkenhead: George Robert Clover (age 30 born Sheffield), Ship Builder. With his wife Annette Louisa Clover (age 27 born Gosport, Hants.) and their two sons Geo Robert Clover (age 5 born Liverpool) and Matthew Clover (age 3 born Liverpool). Four servants.[1]

1891 Living at 5 Manor Hill, Cloughton with Grange, Cheshire: George R. Clover (age 45 born Liverpool), Shipbuilder, J.P. - Employer. With his wife Emily Clover (age 43 born Birkenhead) and their two children George R. Clover (age 19 born Birkenhead) and Evelyn E. G. Clover (age 9 born Birkenhead). Seven servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1891 Census