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Eustace Carey

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c.1835 Born in Camberwell

1861 Analytical chemist, living in Widnes, with his widowed mother Esther Carey 59[1]

1871 Manufacturing chemist, living in Widnes, with Mary Jane Carey 32, Arthur Carey 4, Edith Mary 2[2]

1891 Alkali manufacturer, employer,living in Much Woolton, Lancs., with Mary Jane Carey 53, Arthur Carey 24, Edith Mary Carey 22, Waller Carey 19, Edward Carey 19[3]

1911 Secretary to the United Alkali Co, widower, living in Garston, Lancs with his son Arthur Carey 44, a chemist with the United Alkali Co, Evelyn Marcella Mary Carey 38, Dolores Mary Margaret Carey 9, Joy Mary Barbara Carey 8, Evelyn Mary Marcella Carey 4, Shula Mary Lilian Carey 1[4]

1915 Died in West Derby, Lancs

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1911 census