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Born the son of Samuel Oddy, a Smith.
 
Born the son of Samuel Oddy, a Smith.
  
1839 Married at Prestwich to Mary Dyson, daughter of [[Edward Dyson]], a Machine Maker
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1839 Married at Prestwich to Mary Dyson, daughter of [[Edward Dyson]], a Machine Maker.
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1855 English Patents: Samuel Oddy, of Adelphi Iron Works, Salford, for improvements in constructing and lubricating the bearings of mule spindles ; dated July 5, 1855 <ref>Manchester Times, 5 January 1856</ref>
  
 
1861 Living at 8 Encombe Place, Salford: [[Samuel Oddy]] (age 41 born Salford), Machine Maker employing 130 men and boys. With his son Samuel Oddy (age 18 born Salford) and four daughters.<ref>1861 Census</ref>
 
1861 Living at 8 Encombe Place, Salford: [[Samuel Oddy]] (age 41 born Salford), Machine Maker employing 130 men and boys. With his son Samuel Oddy (age 18 born Salford) and four daughters.<ref>1861 Census</ref>

Revision as of 09:58, 31 July 2020

Samuel Oddy (c1820-1876) of Oddy and Oldfield

Born the son of Samuel Oddy, a Smith.

1839 Married at Prestwich to Mary Dyson, daughter of Edward Dyson, a Machine Maker.

1855 English Patents: Samuel Oddy, of Adelphi Iron Works, Salford, for improvements in constructing and lubricating the bearings of mule spindles ; dated July 5, 1855 [1]

1861 Living at 8 Encombe Place, Salford: Samuel Oddy (age 41 born Salford), Machine Maker employing 130 men and boys. With his son Samuel Oddy (age 18 born Salford) and four daughters.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Times, 5 January 1856
  2. 1861 Census