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William Haslam (1805-1878)

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William Haslam (1805-1878)

1805 Born in Belper, Derbyshire

Married Ann

1841 William, white smith and bell hanger, lived in Derby with Ann Haslam 25, William Haslam 4 Months, John Haslam 2[1]

1844 October 27th. Birth of his 4th son Alfred Seale Haslam

1861 William Haslam 56, a white smith and bell hanger, lived in Derby with Ann Haslam 49, John Haslam 21, Edwin Haslam 18, Alfred S Haslam 16, Ann H Haslam 13, Mary M Haslam 11, Mary A Haslam 8, William G Haslam 5[2]

1873 retired from the Union Foundry, then operated as the business Alfred Seale Haslam and Co

1878 Died in Derby[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. National Probate Calendar