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Samuel Hingley

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Samuel Hingley (1829- )

son of Noah Hingley

1862 Samuel Hingley, Hart's Hill Iron Works, Dudley.[1]

1861 Living at Chapel House, Cradley: Noah Hingley (age 64 born Rowley), Ironmaster employing 1,000 men and boys. With his wife Ann Hingley (age 63 born Liverpool) and their children Mary Hingley (age 45 born Rowley); Joseph Hingley (age 39 born Rowley), Ironmaster; Leah Hingley (age 34 born Rowley); Samuel Hingley (age 32 born Rowley), Ironmaster; and Benjamin Hingley (age 30 born Rowley), Ironmaster. Three servants.[2]

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