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Frederick William Reynolds

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Frederick William Reynolds (c1846-1918) founder of F. W. Reynolds and Co

c.1846 Born in Gloucester the son of William Reynolds, Ironmonger, and his wife Louisa

1881 Living at Rorhay, Peak Hill, Lewisham: Frederick W. Reynolds (age 35 born Gloucester), Engineer and Iron and Hardware Dealer and Merchant. With his wife Dora Reynolds (age 37 born Plymouth) and their three children; Alfred R. Reynolds (age 8 born Sydenham); Kathleen S. Reynolds (age 6 born Sydenham); and Leslie G. Reynolds (age 2 born Sydenham). Three servants. [1]

1911 Boarder at 33 Queen's Gate Terrace, South Kensington: Frederick William Reynolds (age 65 born Gloucester), Saw Mill Engineer and Merchant - Employer.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census