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(1225) William Clayton
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Full NameWilliam Clayton
OccupationPHYSICIAN, SURGEON, REGISTERED PRACTITIONER, INCLUDING POOR LAW HOSPITALS DOCTORS ETC
Date of Birth1825
Place of OriginHull, Yorkshire, England
Date of Death1901-12-31
Place of DeathSturdie House, Roundhay Rd, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Age at Death76
Relationships1226 (Frances Ann Wikeley : wife), 1231 (Eveline Clayton : child), 1227 (William Wikely Clayton : child), 1233 (Joseph Everatt Clayton : child), 1236 (Arthur John Clayton : child), 1235 (Charlotte Clayton : child), 4198 (William Clayton : father), 1232 (John Nelson Hawton : son-in-law), 1228 (Emily Ann Ward : daughter-in-law), 1234 (Mary A Grange : daughter-in-law), 1237 (Mary Constance Adeline Stead : daughter-in-law), 1246 (Florence Edith Clayton : granddaughter), 1247 (Cecil Cooper Milligan : grandson-in-law)
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LeedsPHYSICIAN, SURGEON, REGISTERED PRACTITIONER, INCLUDING POOR LAW HOSPITALS DOCTORS ETCGeneration: 1456William Clayton (1225)Frances Ann Wikeley (1226)Eveline Clayton (1231)William Wikely Clayton (1227)Joseph Everatt Clayton (1233)Arthur John Clayton (1236)Charlotte Clayton (1235)William Clayton (4198)John Nelson Hawton (1232)Emily Ann Ward (1228)Mary A Grange (1234)Mary Constance Adeline Stead (1237)Florence Edith Clayton (1246)Cecil Cooper Milligan (1247)Business and Labour HistoryHistoryEconomic History