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Joseph Walwyn White (1861-1957) of Richard White and Sons
1861 Born in Widnes the son of Richard White.
1871 Living at 100 Mersey Road, Widnes: Richard White (age 35 born Painswick, Glos.), Manager of Limestone Mill. With his wife Elizabeth White (age 29 born Yorkshire) and their five children; Joseph W. White (age 9 born Widnes); Selina White (age 7 born Widnes); Herbert White (age 4 born Widnes); Florence A. White (age 3 born Widnes); and Frank E. White (age 4 Months born Widnes). One servant.
Educated at Weston School, Bath.
Trained at his father's works. Partner for thirty years in the engineering firm of Richard White and Sons.
1911 Living at Strathdene, Hillfoot Road, Woolton: Joseph Walwyn White (age 50 born Widnes), Engineer - Owner Of Engineering Works making Railway Plant - Employer. With his wife Annie Mary Mackenzie White (age 40 born Birmingham), Two servants.
1922 Mechanical Engineer (Aerial Ropeways and Light Railways), Ditton Road Engineering Works, Widnes, Lancashire.
1939 Partner, Richard White and Sons