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Charles Noel Layman

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of Wright, Sellers and Laymanand Wright, Layman and Umney

1841 Born in Shefford, Bucks.[1]

1851 T M Layman 47, surgeon and apothecary, Elizth Layman 42, Harriet Layman 15, Ellen Layman 14, Charles Layman 9, F James Layman 4[2]

1861 Charles Noel Layman 20, medical assistant, lived in Streatham, in the surgery of David Cole Noel 40, physician and surgeon, LRCP Edinburgh; also in the surgery was John Pullin 20, coachman[3]

1871 C N Layman 30, wholesale druggist, lived in Croydon with Charlotte Layman 31, Ernest Layman 6, Frederick Layman 2, Sedesey Layman 5 months[4]

1881 Charles Noel Layman 40, wholesale druggist, visiting Biggleswade, with Charlotte Layman 41[5]

1891 Charles N Layman 49, wholesale druggist, employer, lived in Bromley with Charlotte Layman 52, Ernest B Layman 26, wholesale druggist representative, Fedk N Layman 22, wholesale druggist assistant, Sidney G Layman 20, Charlotte M Layman 18, Florence M Layman 14[6]

1901 Charles N Layman 60, wholesale druggist, employer, lived in Bromley, Charlotte Layman 63 Ernest B Layman 36, wholesale druggist, employer, Sidney G Layman 30, mining engineer, Percy A Layman 26, commission agent, Florence M Layman 24[7]

1910 Died in Bromley[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. 1891 census
  7. 1901 census
  8. BMD