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Thomas Harold Pearson Taylor

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Thomas Harold Pearson Taylor (c1893- ) of Thomas Taylor and Sons (of Leicester)

1901 Living at 43 Buxton Street, Leicester: Thomas Taylor (age 42 born Leicester), Engine and Machine Maker. With his wife Mary A. E. Taylor (age 38 born Leicester) and their three children; Nellie Taylor (age 10 born Leicester); Thomas H. P. Taylor (age 8 born Leicester); and William H. Taylor (age 4 born Leicester).[1]

1911 Living at 43 Buxton Street, Leicester: Thomas Taylor (age 52 born Leicester), Printers Engineer and Employer. With his wife Mary Ann Elizabeth Taylor (age 48 born Leicester) and their three children; Nellie Taylor (age 20 born Leicester), School Teacher; Thomas Harold Pearson Taylor (age 18 born Leicester), Printer's Engineer Fitter; and William Henry Taylor (age 14 born Leicester). One visitor.[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census