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Charles Day (1854-1928)

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Charles Day (1854-1928), director of Waygood-Otis

1854 Born in Camberwell the son of John Marsh Day

1871 Joined R. Waygood and Co

1887 Became partner in R. Waygood and Co

1911 Living at 32 The Gardens, East Dulwich, Peckham Rye, SE: Charles Day (age 57 born St. Mary Newington), Mechanical Engineer - Branch Manager - Widower. With his two son Ardine Frederick Day (age 27 born Camberwell) and Alfred William Day (age 23 born Camberwell). Two servants.[1]

1928 Obituary.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. [[The Engineer 1928/01/27] p.107