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Alfred Henry Brooking

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Alfred Henry Brooking (c1885- ) of Brooking and Co

c1885 Born in Exeter the son of John T. Brooking, Pawnbroker, and his wife Rebecca R.

1911 Living at 63 St David's Hill, Exeter: Alfred Henry Brooking (age 26 born Exeter), Electrical Contractor - Employer. With his wife Beatrice Mary Brooking (age 28 born Newton Abbott) and their daughter Vera Brooking (age 1 born Exeter). Also his sister-in-law Anna Jane Segar (age 43 born newton Abbott), Married. Also a nurse and a servant.[1]

1924 Mentioned as a jeweller when involved in a fatal accident with a boy in his car.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 15 August 1924