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Henry Peech

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Born the son of William Peech

c1862 Born the son of William Peech

1871 Living at The Lawn, Tottenham Lane, Hornsey; William Peech (age 39 born Sheffield), Retired Cutlery Manufacturer. With his wife Mary Peech (age 31 born Sheffield) and their children Henry Peech (age 9 born Sheffield); Frederick S. Peech (age 7 born Sheffield); Mary E. Peech (age 6 born Sheffield); Maude S. Peech (age 4 born Paddington); Samuel B. Peech (age 2 born Paddington); and Percy Peech (age 1 month born Hornsey). Also his niece Clara Steel (age 9 born Sheffield). Six servants. [1]

1901 Living at Fern Bank, Portsmouth Road, Putney: William Peech (age 69 born Sheffield), Steel Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Mary Peech (age 62 born Sheffield) and their children Henry Peech (age 39 born Sheffield), Steel Manufacturer and Employer; Maude S. Peech (age 34 born London); and Evelyn Peech (age 21 born London). Five servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1901 Census