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Harry Smith Wainwright

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1897. Decorative features of first-class cars of the South Eastern Railway - from designs of Harry Smith Wainwright.
1897. Decorative features of first-class cars of the South Eastern Railway - from designs of Harry Smith Wainwright.
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1903.

Harry Smith Wainwright (1864-1925) of the South Eastern Railway

1864 Born the son of William Wainwright

1871 Living at Rainbow Villa, Claines, Worcs: William Wainwright (age 31 born Leeds), Mechanical Engineer, Superintendent of Locomotive and Carriage Department G.W.R. With his wife Jessie Loudon Wainwright (age 32 born Scotland) and their children; John William Wainwright (age 9 born Claines, Worcs.); Lennox Wainwright (age 8 born St. Martins, Worcs); Harry Smith Wainwright (age 6 born Claines, Worcs.); Jane Maude Wainwright (age 4 born Claines, Worcs.); and Edmond Gordon Wainwright (age 2 born Claines, Worcs.). One servant.[1]

1881 Living at 43 Howard Street, Normanton, Derby: William Wainwright (age 47 born Leeds), Assistant Carriage Superintendent - Midland Railway Co. With his wife Jessie L. Wainwright (age 42 born Scotland) and their children; John W. Wainwright (age 19 born Worcester), Pupil Carriage Department of Midland Railway; Harry S. Wainwright (age 16 born Worcester), Clark Saw Mill, Derby; Jane Maud Wainwright (age 14 born Worcester); Edward G. Wainwright (age 12 born Worcester); George P. Wainwright (age 9 born Worcester); Albert Wainwright (age 8 born Worcester); Jessie L. Wainwright (age 6 born Worcester); and Edith Wainwright (age 4 born Worcester).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census