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Alfred Henry Cranmer (1879-1954) of Lagonda
1879 Q2. Born at Staines the son of Alfred Charles Cranmer and his wife Clara
1901 Living at Gresham Road, Staines. Alfred C. Cranmer (age 48 born Staines), Clerk Lino Co. With his wife Clara Cranmer (age 39 born Staines) and their children Alfred H. Cranmer (age 21 born Staines), Steam Engine Fitter; Herbert T. Cranmer (age 20 born Staines), Steam Engine Fitter; James H. Cranmer (age 13 born Staines); Ethel C. Cranmer (age 12 born Staines); and John P. Cranmer (age 10 born Staines). One servant. 
1911 Living at The Crannies, Gresham Rd, Staines. Clara Cranmer (age 49 born Staines), a Widow, with her children Alfred Henry Cranmer (age 31 born Staines), Engineer (Motor Manufacturer); James Harold Cranmer (age 23 born Staines), Mechanical Engineering (Linoleum Manufacturing); Ethel Clara Cranmer (age 22 born Staines) and John Peke Cranmer (age 20 born Staines), Apprentice Engineer (Linoleum Manufacturing). One servant
1912 October. Married Amy Clara Simmons the daughter of Edward Simmons
1954 Q4. Died