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Julius Frederick Moore Pollock

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of Pollock and Pollock, Longclose Works, Newtown, Leeds.

c.1839 Born in London, son of George Kenneth Pollock

1871 Julius F M Pollock 31, engineer, manufacturer of machinery employing 35 hands, lived in Leeds, with Sarah E Pollock 34, George K Pollock 5, Julia M Pollock 3, Charlotte E Pollock 2, Emily F Pollock 4 months[1]

1881 Julius Fredk. Moore Pollock 41, Mechanical Engineer Master Employing 64 Hands, lived in Leeds, Sarah Elizabeth Pollock 44, George Kennett Pollock 15, Julia Mary Pollock 13, Ernest Alfd. Pollock 6, Leila Mable Pollock 5, Fredk.Leslie Close Pollock 3, Norah Katherine Pollock 1[2]

1897 Married Mary Sophia Hayman in Stockport[3]

1901 of Croydon, died in Bethlem Royal Hospital, Southwark[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. BMD
  4. National probate calendar