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Alfred Burner

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Alfred Burner (1869-1954) of A. G. Mumford

Born the son of W. H. Burner.

Engineer Lieutenant Alfred Burner, was Engineer-Inspector at the Admiralty.

1911 Living at 12 Lexden Road, Colchester: Alfred Burner (age 41 born Devonport), Engineer Managing Director, A. G. Mumford, Culver St. Engineering Works Ltd. With his wife Adelaide Amelia and their son Keith Douglas.[1]

1922 Engr.-Lieut.-Commander, late R.N., Mar. Engr.; Man. Dir. of A. G. Mumford, Ltd., Engrs., Colchester; b. 1869; s. of W. H. Burner, R.N. Ed. Royal Naval Eng. Coll., Keyham, Devonport. 'Training: Royal Naval Coll., Greenwich. Asst. to Chief Engr., H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth; subsequently Engr.-Inspector at Admiralty

1939 Living in Teignmouth, Engineer, Lieutenant Commander R.N.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 Census