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Richard Lisle (1886-1966)

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Richard Lisle (1886-1966) of the Star Engineering Co

1886 Born in Wolverhampton the son of Edward Lisle

1891 Living at Eva Cottage, Cheque Street, Penn Fields, Staffs.: Edward Lisle (age 38 born Wolverhampton), a Cycle Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Sarah A. Lisle (age 32 born Wolverhampton) and their children Edward Lisle (age 13 born Wolverhampton); Joseph Lisle (age 11 born Wolverhampton); Amy B. Lisle (age 9 born Wolverhampton); John Lisle (age 6 born Wolverhampton); Richard Lisle (age 5 born Wolverhampton); and Alexander Lisle (age 3 months born Upper Penn). Two servants.[1]

1911 Living at 7 Crawford Street, Wolverhampton: Richard Lisle (age 25 born Wolverhampton), Works Manager Motor Car Works. With his wife Lotty Mary Ann Lisle (age 23 born preston). One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census