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Edmund Samuel Hindley

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of E. S. Hindley and Sons

c1836 Born in London

1861 Living at King Green Cottage, Gillingham, Dorset: Edmund Samuel Hindley (age 25 born Turnham Green), Engineer. With his wife Charlotte Henrietta Hindley (age 24 born Silton, Dorset). One servant.[1]

1891 Living at The Cottage, Bourton, Dorset: Edmund S. Hindley (age 55 born Turnham Green, London), Engine Maker, Boiler Maker. With his wife Charlotte H. Hindley (age 54 born Silton, Dorset) and their children Alfred W. Hindley (age 24 born Bourton); Emily M. Hindley (age 23 born Bourton); Leonard A. Hindley (age 20 born Bourton), Engine Maker; and Harrold D. Hindley (age 16 born Bourton), Engine Maker. Two servants.[2]

1911 Living at The Cottage, Bourton, Dorset: Edmund Samuel Hindley (age 75 born London), a Retired Engineer Mechanical, and Widower. With his daughter Emily Mary Hindley (age 43). One visitor. Two servants.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1911 Census