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Frederick Thomas Ford

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Frederick Thomas Ford (c1859-1936) of T. B. Ford, paper manufacturer

c1859 Born the son of Thomas Burch Ford

1861 Living at Loudwater, Bucks: Thomas B. Ford (age 43 born Reading), Blotting Paper Manufacturer. With his wife Elizabeth Ford (age 34 born Rooksbury, Hants) and their four children; Mary Ann Ford (age 9 born Thatcham); Fanny Ford (age 8 born Reading); Ada Helen Ford (age 3 born Harborne, Bucks.); and Frederic Thos. Ford (age 2 born Loudwater). One servant.[1]

1881 Living at London Road, Wycombe: Thomas B. Ford (age 63 born Reading), Paper Manufacturer Employing 42 Men, 6 Boys, and 63 Women. With his wife Elizabeth Ford (age 54 born Rooksbury, Hants) and their four children; Mary Anne Ford (age 29 born Thatcham, Berks); Ada Helen Ford (age 23 born Thatcham, Berks); Frederick T. Ford (age 22 born Loudwater); and Agnes J. Ford (age 17 born Loudwater). Three servants.[2]

1891 April 30th. married at Lancaster Gate to Harriette Emmeline Shepherd

1911 Living at Kimbers House, Braywick, near Maidenhead, Berks: Frederick Thomas Ford (age 52 born Loudwater), Paper Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Harriette Emmeline Ford (age 45 born Loudon) and their two daughters Iris Emmeline Ford (age 18 born Loudon) and Cynthia Alexa Ford (age 10 born Bray). Married 20 years with four children. Seven servants.[3]

1936 January 26th. Died, of Kimbers House, Bray. Probate to his two daughters.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1911 Census