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Edward James Paterson

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of Paterson and Cooper

1846 Born in Clapton, London[1]

1871 Farmer, of Framlingham[2]

1881 Electrical Engineer (Telegraph Apparatus maker), Master, employing 65 Men 15 Boys 10 Women, living in Hornsey with Anne L. Patterson 36[3]

1891 Electrical engineer, living in Stamford Hill in the house of his brother, Frederick Paterson 48, leather merchant and manufacturer, Janette Paterson 40, Herbert M Paterson 18, Ethel T Paterson 14, Hilda F Paterson 13, Clifford C Paterson 11, Evelyn C Paterson 8, and his wife Annie L Paterson 46[4]

1901 Retired engineer, living in Crowborough with Annie Louisa Paterson 56[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. 1901 census