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Geoffrey Wilson Amphlet

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Geoffrey Wilson Amphlet.

Geoffrey Wilson Amphlet (1902-1966) of Payne and Griffiths

1902 August 25th. Born in Birmingham the son of Samuel Wilson Amphlet and his wife Lilly Creighton

1911 Living at 9 Montague Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham: Samuel Wilson Amphlet (age 46 born Birmingham), Engineer and Brassfounder (Steam fittings and Motor Fittings) - Employer. With his wife Lilly Creighton Amphlet (age 41 born Rock Ferry, Cheshire) and their three children; Sheila Mary Amphlet (age 9 born Birmingham); Geoffrey Wilson Amphlet (age 8 born Birmingham) and Margery Richardson Amphlet (age 4 born Birmingham). One visitor. Two servants.[1]

1966 January 10th. Died. Of 3 Spring Coppice Drive, Dorridge, Solihull. Probate to his wife Nelly.

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  1. 1911 Census