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William Frederick Stiff

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William Frederick Stiff (1875-1961) of James Stiff and Sons

1875 Born the son of Ebenezer Stiff

1891 Living at Ivanhoe, Windmill Place, Clapham: Ebenezer Stiff (age 50 born Lambeth), Earthenware Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Alice Stiff (age 48 born Padiham, Lancs.) and their five children; Edith Sarah Stiff (age 22 born Lambeth); Winifred H. Stiff (age 21 born Lambeth); James A. Stiff (age 19 born Lambeth); Harold H. Stiff (age 17 born Lambeth); and William F. Stiff (age 16 born Lambeth). Also a visitor. Three servants.[1]

1900 Married to Eveline Mackelyn Merriman Merriman

1911 Living at Stapeley, 200 Coombe Lane, Wimbledon: William Frederick Stiff (age 36 born Stockwell), Store Ware and Terra Cotta Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Eveline Mackelyn Stiff and their two daughters.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1911 Census