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Robert Berry (1812-1881)

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Robert Berry (1812-1881) of Francis Berry and Sons

1812 Born in Norland son of Francis and Elizabeth Berry[1]

1837 Birth of son, William Henry Berry[2]

1842 Birth of son Francis Berry

1851 Robert Berrey 38, iron moulder, lived in Sowerby with Martha Berrey 38, Elizabeth Berrey 15, James Berrey 12, Ruth Berrey 10, Francis Berrey 8, Robert Berrey 6, Martha Ann Berrey 4, Emma Berrey 1, Hannah Berrey 1 Mo[3]

1855 Birth of son Charles

1861 Robert Berry 48, iron founder, employing 137 hands, lived in Sowerby, with Martha Berry 48, Ruth Berry 30, Francis Berry 18, mechanic (engine maker), Robert Berry 16, Martha Ann Berry 14, Emma Berry 11, Hannah Berry 10, John Berry 7, Charles Berry 6[4]

1867 Millwright[5]

1871 Robert Berry 58, Martha Berry 58, Ruth Berry 30, Martha A Berry 24, Emma Berry 21, Hannah Berry 20, Charles Berry 16[6]

1881 died in Halifax district[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. BMD
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1861 census
  5. Marriage of his son Robert
  6. 1871 census
  7. BMD