18th C. Butlers in Liverpool U.K.


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Posted by Margaret Fitzsimons on September 12, 19104 at 16:56:47:

The following Butlers were all living in Liverpool according to the 1796 (Local Directory) All lived within a one half mile catchment area situated in close proximity the the dockside area of the River Mersey. But addresses would fit into different registration districts when the Census of 1841 would be undertaken later.
BUTLER:
CHRISTOPHER: a Merchant, 9 Kent Square.
ELIZABETH: owner of Eating House: 8 Old Hall St.
JAMES: a Joiner, 13 Moorfields, Dale St.
JOHN: a Brewer, 5, Sir Thomas' Building.
Brewery: Sir Thomas' Court, Dale St.
LAWRENCE: a Victualler,3 Williamson St, St. Peter's.
CAPTAIN LEWIS: 13, Springfields, Soho.
SARAH: a Schoolmistress, Hackins Hey.
BUTLER & SNAPE's Compting-house and Timber Yard. 10 Jordan St., St. James: Timber yard - 24 Hurst St.
WILLIAM: a Sailmaker, 7 Tristam's Court, Thomas St.



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