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Benjamin Edward Dickinson

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Benjamin Edward Dickinson (c1862-1905) of B. E. Dickinson

1891 Living at Rawmarsh, Yorkshire, a Mining Engineer.[1]

1891 Married at Rotherham to Marion Elizabeth Askew

1901 Living at 42 Haughton Street, Handsworth: Benjamin Edward Dickinson (age 39 born Pimlico), Manufacturer of Cycle Accessories - Employer. With his wife Marion, three sons, a daughter and others.[2]

1905 Died.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census