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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Winifred Eva Keen: Birth: 21 AUG 1890 in 41? Alexandra Road, Hornsey, Middsx. Death: 29 NOV 1973 in Worthing, West Sussex

  2. Aubrey Owen Keen: Birth: 19 MAY 1895 in 1 Church Lane, Hornsey, Middsx. Death: 4 AUG 1918 in A casualty clearing station, France (?)

  3. Mary Beatrice Keen: Birth: 7 DEC 1901 in 1 Church Lane, Hornsey, Middsx. Death: 16 MAY 1997 in In a home


Notes
a. Note:   N37834 Newspaper announcement of his death asked for Australian and S African papers to copy. This would suggest that he had family in those countries.
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 He was either living or staying with his father at time of 1881 census.
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 Was in clothing business “rag trade”. Had his own firm.
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 Described himself as a Clerk in 1881 census, when he was living with his father.
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 Was member of Crouch Hill Bowling Club. Shown in photo in Daily Mirror in match against Chelsea Pensioners.
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 Or died 8 Dec? (According to newspaper announcement of his will - under title “Manufacturer’s Fortune”.)
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 In the 1861 census he was mistakenly recorded as a female.
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 Had 1 Domestic Servant living with the family in 1891.
 His neighbours were:
 Solicitors clerk.
 Retired pork butcher.
 Copperplate engraver.
 Managing clerk Wharfinger.
 Superintendant... London... Brigade. (occupation so long it takes up two lines of the census in tiny script)
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 The youngest of (at least) 12 chidren.
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 A mantle was originally a long flowing cloak without sleeves that developed into a capacious coat. A mantle would be at least three quarter length to floor length.
 (http://fashion-era.com/Coats_history/mantelet_history_1.htm)


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