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Richard Wadsworth Crabtree

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Richard Wadsworth Crabtree (1841-1929) of Crabtree and Horsfield and R. W. Crabtree and Sons

1841 Born the eldest son of James Crabtree

1867 Married in Huddersfield to Sarah Ruth Smith. RWC of belfast, eldest son of James Crabtree, of New Leeds, Leeds, and late of France.[1]

1881 of 45 Louis Street, Leeds.[2]

1891 Living at 4 Gifton Mt, Potter Newton, Leeds: Richard W. Crabtree (age 49 born Leeds), Silk Machine Maker Manager - Employee. With his wife Sarah Cath Crabtree (age 42 ??, Yorkshire) and their seven children; Marie Riscilla Crabtree (age 22 born Huddersfield); James Smith Crabtree (age 20 born M... Old Town, London), Insurance Clerk; Annie Beatrice Crabtree (age 17 born Belfast); Richard Brown Crabtree (age 15 born Belfast), Hacked ? Clerk; Robert W. Crabtree (age 13 born Leeds); Charles H. Crabtree (age 10 born Leeds); Arthur E. Crabtree (age 8 born Leeds).[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Belfast Weekly News - Saturday 28 September 1867
  2. 1881 Kelly's Director
  3. 1891 Census