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Charles James Beardshaw

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Charles James Peoples Beardshaw (1853-1915)

1853 Born in Sheffield, son of Charles Calow Beardshaw and his wife Letitia (nee Peoples)

1881 William F. Beardshaw, 23, general manager of steel manufactory, Charles J. P. Beardshaw, 28, traveler for steel manufactory, and 3 servants, of Beardshaws Works, Effingham Road, Attercliffe, Sheffield, steel files, saws manufactory, and general hardware merchants[1]

1911 Charles James Beardshaw 58, steel merchant working on own account, lived in Ecclesall Bierlow, with Constance Beardshaw 51, Denis Charles Beardshaw 23, steel merchant working on own account, Constance Edith Beardshaw 21, Marcel Beardshaw 19, steel merchant working on own account Datcha Frieda Andrie Beardshaw 12[2]

1915 Charles James Peoples Beardshaw died in Bradford[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1911 census
  3. BMD