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George Cussons

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George Cussons (c1847- ) of G. Cussons

1891 Living at 104 Great Clowes Street, Broughton: George Cussons (age 45 born Ramsbottom), School Science Teacher and Apparatus Maker - Employer. With his wife Catherine H. Cussons (age 39 born Ramsbottom) and their six children; George W. Cussons (age 10 born Manchester); James H. Cussons (age 9 born Manchester); Mabel O. Cussons (age 7 born Manchester); Blanche H. Cussons (age 6 born Salford); Elsie T. Cussons (age 4 born Salford); and Wallace H. Cussons (age 2 born Salford).[1]

1911 Living at 12 Blackfield Lane, Kersal, Salford: George Cussons (age 64 born Ramsbottom), Scientific Apparatus Maker - Employer. with his three daughters; Mabel Cussons (age 27 born Manchester); Blanche Cussons (age 26 born Manchester); and Elsie Cussons (age 24 born Manchester).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census