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Alfred James Dixon

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Alfred James Dixon (1886-1935)

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1886 Born the son of Alfred Archer Dixon and his wife Elizabeth Sturgeon

1911 Living at 1 Bedford Villas, Southbury Road, Enfield: Alfred Archer Dixon (age 65 born Harrow), Licensed Victualler - Employer. Widower. With his son Alfred James Dixon (age 24 born Camden Town), Commercial Traveller. Also his niece Also his niece Winifred Diss (age 21 born West Bergholt).[1]

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  1. 1911 Census