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James Bibby

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James Bibby (c1853- ) of J. Bibby and Sons

1891 Living at 12 Alexandra Road, Orrell and Ford: James Bibby (age 38 born Scotforth, Lancashire), Seed Crusher, Oil Refiner and Compound Cake Manufacturer. With his wife Margaret Bibby (age 29 born (?) Lancs.) and their children; James Bibby (age 13 born (?) Lancs.); John Bibby (age 12 born Scotforth); William B. Bibby (age 10 born Scotforth); Mary Bibby (age 8 born Scotforth); and Thomas M. Bibby (age 3 born Scotforth). One servant.[1]

1911 Living at Holmstell, West Kirby: James Bibby (age 58 born Lancaster), Manufacturer of Cattle Foods and an Employer. With his wife Margaret Bibby (age 49 born Lancaster) and their son James Bibby (age 33 born Lancaster), a Civil Engineer and Widower, and his grandson Henry Mason Bibby (age 2 born Liverpool). Three servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census