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William Woodall (1832-1901) MP, gas engineer, pottery manufacturer
c.1832 Born in Shrewsbury son of William and Martha Woodhall, brother of Corbet Woodall
1851 Clerk to Liverpool Gas Co; lived with his parents in West Derby; his father was a gas fitter and tinman
1861 Wm Woodall 29, gas engineer, was living with his mother Martha Ann Woodall, 62, his brother Henry (?) Woodall 22, clerk to gas works, in Burslem
Manager of Burslem Gasworks
Presumably then became a partner in James Macintyre and Co
1869 William Woodall, of Burslem, China and Earthenware Manufacturer, and Louis Henry Macintyre, of Liverpool, were 2 of the executors of James Macintyre, of Burslem, China and Earthen-ware Manufacturer (who died on the 19th day of December,1868)
1871 William Woodall 39, potter, widower, was living with his mother in law, Mary Hughes 63, who was living on rental income with her daughter Elizabeth M Hughes 34, in Burslem
1881 Appointed member of the Royal Commission on Technical Education.
1881 Potter, Manufacturer, Town Councillor, M.P., Magistrate, widower, lived in Burslem
1891 William Woodall 59, earthenware manufacturer, MP, JP, widower, lived in Burslem