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Edward Claudius Ash

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1848 Born in Marylebone, son of Edward Ash and his wife, Ann[1]

1861 Anne R Ash 40, fundholder, Edward C Ash 13, John R Ash 11, Annie C Ash 8, living in Marylebone[2]

1867 Partner in the Alliance Bank[3]

1878 Artificial tooth manufacturer; married Alberta Louisa Chart in London[4]

1878 Retired from Claudius Ash and Sons

1901 Retired dental goods maker, living in Hampstead, with Alberta L Ash 44, Ed A Ash 21, writer in the civil service, Oliver M Ash 20, Horace W Ash 10, Arnold R Ash 5, Sid V Ash 2, Geo C Ash 8[5]

1911 Retired dealer in dental materials, living in Hampstead with Alberta Louisa Ash 54, Annie Bertha Ash 24, Horace William Ash 20, engineering student, George Conrad Ash 18, Arnold Reuben Ash 15, Sidney Vernon Ash 12, James Edwin Ash 9[6]

1911 Died in Hampstead

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1861 census
  3. London Gazette 27 February 1867
  4. BMD
  5. 1901 census
  6. 1911 census