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Joseph Stevens, Junior

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Joseph Stevens, Junior (1881-1957) of AJS and Stevens Brothers (Wolverhampton)

1881 Born in Wednesfield, son of Joseph Stevens

1901 Living at 11 Tempest Street, Wolverhampton: Joseph Stevens (age 46 born Wednesfield), Press Tool Maker and Employer. With his wife Sarah A. Stevens (age 46 born Wednesfield) and their children George Stevens (age 22 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Joseph Stevens (age 19 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Albert J. Stevens (age 16 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Lily Stevens (age 14 born Wolverhampton); Ethel Stevens (age 12 born Wolverhampton); Daisy Stevens (age 10 born Wolverhampton); and William Stevens (age 7 born Wolverhampton).[1]

1910 Married at Wakefield to Emily Mountain

1911 Living at 10 Alexandra Road, Penn, Wolverhampton: Joseph Stevens (age 29 born Wednesfield), Works Manager and Motor Cycle Maker. With his wife Lucy Annie Stevens (age 29 born Stafford).[2]

1934 Left Stevens Brothers (Wolverhampton)

1939 Jig and tool fitter, aircraft, lived in Wolverhampton with Lucy A Stevens, Joan M Stevens[3]

1957 Died in Wolverhampton<ref>national probate calendar<ref>

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. 1939 register