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.
He was either living or staying with his father at time of 1881 census.
Was in clothing business “rag trade”. Had his own firm.
Described himself as a Clerk in 1881 census, when he was living with his father.
Was member of Crouch Hill Bowling Club. Shown in photo in Daily Mirror in match against Chelsea Pensioners.
Or died 8 Dec? (According to newspaper announcement of his will - under title “Manufacturer’s Fortune”.)
In the 1861 census he was mistakenly recorded as a female.
Had 1 Domestic Servant living with the family in 1891.
His neighbours were:
Retired pork butcher.
Managing clerk Wharfinger.
Superintendant... London... Brigade. (occupation so long it takes up two lines of the census in tiny script)
The youngest of (at least) 12 chidren.
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.
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