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David George Brown

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1843 Born Edinburgh[1] brother of Andrew Betts Brown

1861 Robert Brown, gas engineer, 50, lived in Edinburgh, with Marion B Brown 42, Andrew B Brown, engineer, 19, David G Brown, corn merchant, 18, Marion M Brown 16, Mary A Brown 14, Helen W Brown 10, Eliza I Brown 7, Isabella M Brown 3[2]

1881 David Geo. Brown 38, mechanical engineer, lived in Greenwich with Caroline A.H. Brown 28, Caroline G.M. Brown 5, Mabel Brown 1, Blossa M. Brown 12 months[3]

1891 David G Brown 48, civil engineer, lived in Edinburgh with Caroline G M Brown 15[4]

1901 Partner in Brown Brothers and Co when it was incorporated in a public company.

1901 Director of an engineering company, 58 living in Edinburgh with Mabel Brown 21[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Scottish BMD
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. 1901 census