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John Bibby

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1810 Born in Everton[1], son of John and Mary Bibby[2]

1839 A merchant at the time of the birth of his son John, living in Everton[3]

1841 A merchant, living in Everton, with Fanny Bibby, 25 and John Bibby, 2 and Ellen Bibby 3 months[4]

Established John Bibby, Sons and Co; he lived at Hart-hill, Liverpool; he started copper-rolling works at Garston and smelters at St Helens[5]

c.1860 Married Anna Maria Emily Fleetwood Hesketh (b.1829)

1861 JP and retired merchant, living in Wavetree, West Derby, Garston, with his wife Anna M E F Bibby 31, John Bibby 21, copper merchant, Ellen Bibby 20, Fanny Bibby 17, Alice Bibby 16, Alfred Bibby 14, Edith Bibby 2 months[6]

1899 Anna M. Emily Fleetwood Bibby, age 69, died and was buried at Allerton[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. BMD
  3. Liverpool Baptisms
  4. 1841 census
  5. The Times, Nov 29, 1938
  6. 1861 census
  7. Liverpool burials