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Joseph Tylor

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of J. Tylor and Sons

c.1794 Born

1816 A brazier, he was admitted Freeman of the City by patrimony; son of John Tylor

1821 Married Harriet Skipper in Southwark[1]

1823 Birth of son Joseph John Taylor (died 1848)[2]

1828 Birth of son William Henry Tylor[3]

1837 of Warwick Lane, Newgate St, London[4]

1841 Joseph Tylor 45, brazier and brass founder, lived in York Road place, Stoke Newington with Harriet Tylor 40, Alfred Tylor 17, Harriett Tylor 14, Edward Tylor 8, Louis Tylor 4[5]

1851 of 5 Flower and Dean Street, Spitalfields[6]

1852 Died in Brighton


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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. The Annual monitor for 1849, or Obituary of the members of the Society of Friends in Great Britain and Ireland, for the year 1848
  3. Society of Friends QM, London
  4. London Electoral Register
  5. 1841 census
  6. London Electoral Register
  • The Annual monitor for 1853, or Obituary of the members of the Society of Friends in Great Britain and Ireland, for the year 1852