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C. W. Bluemel

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1910.

Charles William Bluemel (1858-1936) of Bluemel Brothers

1858 Born in Shoreditch[1], son of Charles A. Bleumel

1881 Charles A. Bleumel 51, umbrella stick maker, lived in Bromley St Leonards, with Emily Bleumel 44, Charles W. Bleumel 22, umbrella stick maker, Frank Hy. Bleumel 19, umbrella stick maker, Emily L. Bleumel 15, George W. Bleumel 12, Frederick R. Bleumel 10, Alfred A. Bleumel 8, Alice L. Bleumel 6, Sidney V. Bleumel 1[2]

1901 Charles W Bluemel 42, cycle accessories manufacturer, lived in Forest Gate, London, with Mary L Bluemel 39, Maud E Bluemel 17, Charles S Bluemel 16, Amy A Bluemel 15, May A Bluemel 14[3]

Between 1901 and 1911 moved the business to Coventry

1911 Charles W Bluemel 52, manufacturer of cycle accessories, lived in Rugby with Amy Louisa Bluemel, 49, Amey Alice Bluemel 25, and his grandson, Sidney W L Cahill 4[4]


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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. 1911 census