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George Addenbrooke

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George Addenbrooke (1825-1906)

1825 October 20th. Born at Kingswinford the son of Edward Addenbrooke Addenbrooke and his wife Emma Pidcock (1794-1875)

1851 Living at Dudley Road, Kingswinford: Edward A. Addenbrooke (age 69 born Oldswinford), Iron Master employing 300 men. With his wife Emma Addenbrooke (age 57 born Oldswinford) and their children; Henry Addenbrooke (age 29 born Kingswinford), Solicitor; Priscilla Addenbrooke (age 21 born Kingswinford); George Addenbrooke (age 25 born Kingswinford), Iron Master; Thomas Addenbrooke (age 24 born Kingswinford), Solicitor; and Laura Addenbrooke (age 22 born Kingswinford). Three servants.[1]

1853 of Rough Hay Furnaces, near Darlaston - presumably Addenbrooke, Smith and Pidcock.

1854 Married at Wombourne, Staffs, to Matilda Louise Westwood

1860 Birth of son George Leonard Addenbrooke

1861 George Addenbrooke, Rough Hay Furnaces, Darlaston.[2]

1906 Died at Stroud

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