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Harry Mulliner

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Harry Mulliner (1827-1887)

1827 Born in Northampton son of Francis and Jane Mulliner; Francis was a coach maker of Bridge Street[1]

1851 Living in Leamington Priors; coach builder and ... master[2]

1861 Henry Mulliner (age 33), master coach builder, with wife Ann (age 29), children Ernest Woodford (age 4), Arthur F. Mulliner (age 2), Herbert Hall Mulliner (age 3 mo)[3]

1871 Living at Buriswood Crescent, Leamington: Harry / Henry Mulliner (age 43), Carriage Manufacturer employing 42 men and 17 boys. With his wife Ann Mulliner (age 39 born London) and their children Ernest Mulliner (age 14), Arthur F. Mulliner (age 12), Herbert H. Mulliner (age 10), Annie R. Mulliner (age 8), William M. Mulliner (age 5), Maud Mulliner (age 4), Ida C. C. Mulliner (age 2), and Walter G. Mulliner (age 11 Months). Also his niece Charlotte A. Bowman (age 17 born Stamford). Four servants. [4]

1887 Legal case concerning Mulliner and Co plus the Birmingham Cab Co[5]

1887 Buried in Leamington Priors[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Baptism record
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 Census
  5. Leamington Spa Courier - Saturday 21 May 1887
  6. Burial records