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William Haith

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William Haith (c1809-1888), Blacksmith

1851 Living at North Thoresby, Lincs.: William Haith (age 42 born Tetney, Lincolnshire), Blacksmith. With his wife Mary Haith (age 34 born Lincoln) and their two children Edward Haith (age 14 born Tetney, Lincolnshire) and Emily Haith (age 11 born North Thoresby, Lincolnshire). Also William Newhouse (age 35 Journeyman Blacksmith.[1]

1861 Living at North Thoresby, Lincs.: William Haith (age 52 born Tetney, Lincolnshire), Blacksmith employing 2 men. With his wife Mary Haith (age 64 born Lincoln) and their three daughters; Sarah E. Haith (age 21 born North Thoresby); Marth E. Haith (age 6 born North Thoresby); and Eliza M. Haith (age 4 born North Thoresby). Also James Mumby (age 17 born Tetney, Lincolnshire), Blacksmith.[2]

1887 Mention. William Haith, North Thoresby, Louth. Blacksmith.[3]

1888 December 2nd. Died. Probate to Edward Haith, Blacksmith, and John Giles, Butcher.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. Stamford Mercury - Friday 18 February 1887