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Charles Tayleur (1810-1859)

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1810 (1806[1]) Born son of Charles Tayleur and his wife Jane in Liverpool

1832 Married Henrietta Campbell in Newcastle upon Tyne[2]

1837 Carl Tayleur, 27, engineer, born in Liverpool, lived in Mannheim with Henriette Tayleur, 24[3]

Took over the Vulcan Works after the retirement of his father but his health failed and the business was taken on by his brother Henry.

1859 Died in Bruges, Belgium

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. West Flanders, Belgium, Civil Registration
  2. BMD
  3. Mannheim, Germany, Family Registers
  • West Flanders, Belgium, Civil Registration, 1797-1900