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Simeon Manlove

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Simeon Manlove (1809-1895) of S. Manlove and Sons

Born the son of Thomas Manlove and his wife Hannah Sutton

1881 Living at Burbage House, Hartington, Derbyshire: Simeon Manlove (age 71 born Nottingham), Borough Magistrate and Sewing Cotton Manufacturer. With his wife Susanna Manlove and their three children; Emily Manlove; Simeon Outram Manlove (age 26 born Walton), Sewing Cotton Manufacturer; and Percy Manlove (age 21 born Brampton), Engineer Mechanical. Four servants.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census