Not that its much use, but I came across this Birmingham Trade and Street directory on google books:
Manchester Street, 36 Newtown Row
No.2 Wootton, Widow
....think its dated 1861
Thought it was earlier when I started trawling through it.
I was originally looking to find mention of a Thomas Wootton Stirrup Maker to go with the baptism of Ann.
Its not impossible that Thomas could have started out as a Stirrup maker before going on to his Office work.
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That's her. By 1871 she is lvg at no.2 Manchester St.
I agree Thomas may have changed occupations. I really wish I could find his oldest chrn's births, which hopefully would provide more information as to where Thomas originated. At least over the years I have been looking a lot more stuff has come on line, so may be if I give it a few more years the answers will come to light.
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