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Frank Hubber

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Frank Hubber (c1856-1921) of Hubber and Son

Born in Exeter the son of John Hubber, Plumber and Gas Fitter, and his wife Sarah

1871 Living at 4 George Street, Exeter: John Hubber (age 46 born Crediton), Plumber and Gas Fitter employing 3 men and 9 boys. With his wife Sarah Hubber (age 40 born Crediton) and their four children; Frank Hubber (age 15 born Exeter); Bessy Hubber (age 13 born Exeter); Eva E. Hubber (age 6 born Exeter); and Alice A. Hubber (age 3 born Exeter). One servant.[1]

1911 Living at 85 & 86 South St, Exeter: Frank Hubber (age 55 born Exeter), Sanitary Heating and Lighting Engineer - Employer and Widower. With his daughter Evelyn Hubber (age 23 born Exeter). One servant.[2]

1921 November 17th. Died. Of South Street, Exeter. Sanitary Engineer and Surveyor.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census