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Samuel Loveridge

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1821 Born in Birmingham, son of Samuel Loveridge, a grocer, and his wife Ann.[1]

1846 Married

1851 Ironfounder, employing 150, living in Wolverhampton with Ann Loveridge 26, Anny Loveridge 3, Cecile Leveridge 1, Baby Leveridge 1 Mo[2]

1881 Living in Tettenhall, with Catherine Loveridge 60, Walter Loveridge 23, Henry Loveridge 18[3]

1888 Samuel Loveridge of T. and C. Clark and Co was chairman of Stephen Thompson and Co

1901 Living in Tettenhall, gentleman and employer, with Catherine Loveridge 80, Violet Loveridge 19

1906 of Tettenhall, when he died[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Parish records
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. National Probate Calendar