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William Henry Tilley (1809-1867)

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William Henry Tilley (1809-1867)

1809 January 9th. Born in Newport Pagnell, Bucks, the son of Thomas Tilley and his wife Elizabeth

c.1830 Married(1) to Rachel

1831 Birth of son Thomas Henry Tilley

1833 Birth of daughter Emma Elizabeth Tilley

1834 Birth of son William Henry Tilley

1835 Birth of son Henry Tilley

1839 Married(2) at Newport Pagnell to Mary Cooper

1840 Birth of son John Cooper Tilley (1840-1875)

1851 Living at 4 Edward Street, Shoreditch: William Tilley (age 42 born Newport, Bucks), Gas Fitter. With his wife Mary Tilley (age 52 born Rufford?, Northants.) and their three sons; Thomas Tilley (age 19 born Shoreditch), Gas Fitter; William Tilley (age 17 born Shoreditch), Gas Fitter; and John Tilley (age 11 born Shoreditch).[1]

1861 Living at 4 South Place, Hackney: Elizabeth Tilley (age 78 born Newport Pagnell), Fund Holder. With her son William H. Tilley (age 52 born Newport Pagnell), Gas Fitter, and her grandson John C. Tilley (age 21 born Shoreditch), Clerk. One visitor and one servant.[2]

1867 December 29th. Died, of 4 South Place, Dalston, Gas Fitter. Probate to his sons Thomas Henry Tilley, of 15 Newton Street, Hoxton, Gas Fitter; William Henry Tilley, of 53 Kingsland Road, Gas Fitter; and John Cooper Tilley, of 17 Brownlow Road, Dalston, Merchant Clerk.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census