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Richard Perry

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1780/1 Born in Wolverhampton

1800 Married Sara Briscoe in Trysull,Stafford,England[1]

1800 Birth of son Edward Perry

1805 Birth of son George Henry Perry

1828 Japanner, Temple St, Wolverhampton[2]

1841 Richard Perry 60, japanner, Sarah Perry 70, Mary Perry 35, George Perry 35, japanner, lived in Wolverhampton[3]

1851 Japan ware manufacturer, employing 100 men and 50 women, living in Tettenhall with Sarah Perry 81, George Henry Perry 46, tin and japan ware manufacturer, working with his father[4]

1861 Japanner, employing 44 men, 30 boys, 34 women and 17 girls, widower, living in Tettenhall with his son George[5]

1863 Japanner and tin plate worker, of Tettenhall and Wolverhampton when he died[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973
  2. 1828 Pigot's Directory
  3. 1841 census
  4. 1851 census
  5. 1861 census
  6. national Probate Calendar