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Charles Foster Earle

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Charles Foster Earle (1819-1870) of C. and W. Earle

1819 Born in Hull the son of Thomas Earle and his wife Nanny Foster

1851 Married in Hull to Mary Marshall

1861 Living at 8 George Street, West Sculcoates: Charles F. Earle (age 42 born Hull), Iron Ship Builder. With his wife Mary Earle (age 35 born Hull) and their five children; Charles M Earle (age 8 born Hull); Walter Earle (age 7 born Hull); Jessie Earle (age 3 born Hull); Thomas Earle (age 2 born Hull); and Harold Earle (age 1 week born Hull). Four servants.[1]

1870 August 17th. Died, of Kingston-on-Hull, Engineer and shipbuilder. Probate to his brother Oswald Earle and to James Henry Holden

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  1. 1911 Census