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Charles Emile Muller

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of Middlesbrough

1826 Born in Prussia[1]

1857 Married Mary Craig Neil in Glasgow[2]

1858 Dissolution of the Partnership between Uvo Pauls, Edward Babst, and Charles Emile Muller, lately carrying on business as Merchants and Ship Brokers, at Middlesbrough, in the county of York and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, under the style or firm of Pauls and Co., so far as regards Charles Emile Muller. The business would be carried on by Uvo Pauls, and Edward Babst, under the firm and at the places aforesaid[3].

1871 Charles E Muller 45, iron merchant and ship owner, lived in Darlington with Mary C Muller 38, Thomas M Muller 9, Mary C Muller 7, Hilda Muller 5, Clara Muller 3[4]

1881 Charles E. Muller 55, Iron Merchant & Farmer of 130 Acres Employing 3 Men, lived in Darlington with Mary C. Muller 48, Clara Muller 13[5]

1882 In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Charles Emile Muller, trading as the Erimus Steel Company, at the Erimus Steel Works, near South Stockton, also of Middleton St. George, both in the county of Durham, and of Middlesborough, Steel Manufacturer, Farmer, Merchant, and Steamship Owner.[6]

1890 of Saltburn; of C. E. Muller and Co[7]

1891 Charles E Muller 65, iron merchant, employer, lived in Guisborough, with Mary C Muller 58, Thomas N Muller 29, merchant's clerk, Mary C Muller 27, Clara Muller 23[8]

1901 Charles E Muller 75, iron merchant, employer, lived in Guisborough with Mary C Muller 67, Thomas N Muller 39, iron merchant, employer, Mary C Muller 36, Hilda Muller 34 Clara Muller 33[9]

1916 Died in Exeter[10]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. BMD
  3. London Gazette 4 Jan 1859
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. London Gazette 21 July 1882
  7. 1890 Bulmer's Directory of North Yorkshire, Richmond and Cleveland Divisions
  8. 1891 census
  9. 1901 census
  10. national probate calendar