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Thomas Hezmalhalch

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Thomas Hezmalhalch (1817-1891)

1817 Born in Leeds the son of James Hezmalhalch (1752-1821) and his wife Mary Stubbs (1751-1802)

1851 Living at 1 Meanwood(?) Road, Leeds: Thomas Hezmalhalch (age 33 born Leeds), Millwright and Iron Founder employing 12 men. With his sister Mary Hezmalhalch (age 27 born Leeds); and his brothers James Hezmalhalch (25 born Leeds), Millwright; and Joseph Hezmalhalch (age 21 born leeds), Moulder. One servant.[1]

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  1. 1851 Census