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Isaac Higginbottom

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Isaac Higginbottom (c1810-1875) of Whittaker, Higginbottom, Smith and Co and later Heywood, Higginbottom, Smith and Co

c.1843 Birth of son Frederick Higginbottom

1851 Living at Islington, Mddx, age 40 born New Mills, Derbyshire, a Paper Stainer by Machine. With his wife and five children.[1]

1871 Living at Withington, Lancs, age 61 born New Mills, Derbyshire, a Paper Stainer. With his wife five children and two servants.[2]

1875 July 29th. Died at Bright Villa, Manchester. Probate to his son Frederick.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1871 Census