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Joseph Arnfield

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Joseph Arnfield (1829-1904) of J. and E. Arnfield

Born the son of Thomas Arnfield, a Farmer, and his wife Elizabeth Cash

1861 Living at Bridge Street, New Mills: Joseph Arnfield (age 30 born Mellor, Dbys.), Mill wright employing 3 men. With his wife Eliza Arnfield (age 34 born Hayfield, Dbys.) and four children; Thomas Owen Arnfield (age 8 born Hayfield, Dbys.); John Cash Arnfield (age 3 born New Mills); Jannett Arnfield (age 4 born New Mills); and Martha Elizabeth Arnfield (age 4 born New Mills).[1]

1901 Living at High Lea Hall, Newmills: Joseph Arnfield (age 71 born Mellor, Dbys.), Paper manufacturer - Employer. With his daughter Ellen Ann.[2]

1904 Death of Joseph Arnfield at his residence, High Lea Hall, New Mills.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 1 February 1904