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William Sibley

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William Sibley (c1822-1892) of Sibley and Son

1881 Living at Parrett Works Cottages, Martock, Somerset: William Sibley (age 59 born Taunton), Engineer (Iron and Brass Founder) Employing 14 Men and 3 Boys. With his wife Charlotte Sibley (age 59 born Pitminster) and their two children Sarah Sibley (age 25 born Kingsbury Episcopi) and Joseph Sibley (age 17 born Kingsbury Episcopi), Moulder in the Foundry. Also his nephew Benjamin J. Jacobs (age 21 born Stoke St. Mary), Engine Fitter).[1]

1881 Living at Parrett Works Cottages, Martock, Somerset: William Sibley (age born Taunton), Mechanical Engineer and Ironfounder - Employer. With his wife Charlotte Sibley (age 68 born Pitminster) and their son Joseph Sibley (age 27 born Kingsbury), Iron Moulder. Also his grand-daughter.[2]

1892 Died. Referred to as William, Senior, of Parrett Works, Martock. Probate to his wife Charlotte and to Benjamin Joseph Jacobs, Engineer.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1811 Census
  2. 1891 Census