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William Stevens

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William Stevens (c1894- ) of the Stevens Screw Co

1901 Living at 11 Tempest Street, Wolverhampton: Joseph Stevens (age 46 born Wednesfield), Press Tool Maker and Employer. With his wife Sarah A. Stevens (age 46 born Wednesfield) and their children George Stevens (age 22 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Joseph Stevens (age 19 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Albert J. Stevens (age 16 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Lily Stevens (age 14 born Wolverhampton); Ethel Stevens (age 12 born Wolverhampton); Daisy Stevens (age 10 born Wolverhampton); and William Stevens (age 7 born Wolverhampton).[1]

1911 Living at 149 Penn Road, Wolverhampton: Joseph Stevens (age 57 born Wednesfield), Screw Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Sarah Stevens (age 62 born Heath Town); his daughter Lucy Hadley (age 35 born Wednesfield); his son-in-law William Hadley (age 38 born Wednesfield), Trap Master (Vermin); his daughter Lily Stevens (age 24 born Wolverhampton); his daughter Ethel Stevens (age 22 born Wolverhampton); his daughter Daisy Stevens (age 20 born Wolverhampton); his son William Stevens (age 17 born Wolverhampton), Engineer's Assistant; and his two grand-daughters Daisy Hadley (age 13 born Wednesfield) Gladys Hadley (age 7 born Wednesfield).[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census