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1851 Clerk and brazier, living in Islington with his wife Ellen 22<ref>1851 census</ref>
 
1851 Clerk and brazier, living in Islington with his wife Ellen 22<ref>1851 census</ref>
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1861 Wm Henry Tylor 32, brassfounder, employing 130 men and 20 boys, lived in Islington with Ellen Tylor 30, [[William Alfred Tylor]] 9, Reuben Tylor 8, Harriet Mary Tylor 5, Nelly Tylor 4<ref>1861 census</ref>
  
 
1881 Brass Founder, Master, Employing 175 Men & 10 Boys, living in London with Ellen Tylor 52, Harriet M. Tylor 24, Alice Tylor 19, B.Hugh Tylor 18<ref>1881 census</ref>
 
1881 Brass Founder, Master, Employing 175 Men & 10 Boys, living in London with Ellen Tylor 52, Harriet M. Tylor 24, Alice Tylor 19, B.Hugh Tylor 18<ref>1881 census</ref>

Latest revision as of 08:45, 13 July 2020

1828 Born in London, son of Joseph Tylor and his wife Harriet[1]

1851 Clerk and brazier, living in Islington with his wife Ellen 22[2]

1861 Wm Henry Tylor 32, brassfounder, employing 130 men and 20 boys, lived in Islington with Ellen Tylor 30, William Alfred Tylor 9, Reuben Tylor 8, Harriet Mary Tylor 5, Nelly Tylor 4[3]

1881 Brass Founder, Master, Employing 175 Men & 10 Boys, living in London with Ellen Tylor 52, Harriet M. Tylor 24, Alice Tylor 19, B.Hugh Tylor 18[4]

1891 Colliery proprietor and sanitary engineer, living in Hove with Ellen Tylor 62[5]

1901 Retired brass founder, widower, living in Hove[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Society of Friends QM, London
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. 1901 census