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Frederick Brandon Shuttleworth

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Frederick Brandon Shuttleworth (1850-1909) of Erith, Kent

1850 Born in Clapton, London, the son of William Sewell Shuttleworth and his wife Ellen

1872 Married in Paddington to Jessie Foster

1882 Listed as 'Shuttleworth and Chapman engineers and steam and yacht builders' at Eynsford, Erith and as 'Shuttleworth, Frederick B. The Rookery, Belvedere' [1]

1891 Listed at Erith as 'Shuttleworth, F. B., engineer and torpedo ship and yacht builder and steam boiler manufacturer' [2]

1891 Living at Cray Cottage, Avenue Road, Erith: Frederick B. Shuttleworth (age 42 Born Clapton, London), Shipbuilder and Marine Engineer - Employer. With his wife Jessie Shuttleworth (age 40 born Paddington). Also a boarder Harold E. Ratsey (age 29 born Isle of Wight). One visitor, Two servants.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1882 Kelly's Directory of Kent
  2. 1891 Kelly's Directory of Kent, Surrey & Sussex
  3. 1891 Census