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William Atkins (1832-1903)

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William Atkins (1832-1903), presumably of William Atkins and Co

c.1832 Born in March, Cambridgeshire.

1861 William Atkins 29, iron steel weigher, lived in Brightside Bierlow, with Susan Atkins 30, Mary Ann Atkins 5, Thomas Goodson Atkins 2, Jane Atkins 6 months[1]

1871 Steel manager, of Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield[2]

1881 Steel Manufacturer Employing 10 Men 1 Boy, lived in Sheffield Park, with Susan Atkins 50, Thomas G. Atkins 22, Jane Atkins 20, Alfred R. Atkins 14[3]

1903 of Ecclesall Bierlow when he died; probate to Thomas Goodson Atkins, steel manufacturer and merchant[4]

1903 Obituary [5]

1903 Obituary.[6]

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