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Henry Ramm

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Henry Ramm (1853-1931) of Woodson and Co

1853 Born in Manchester the son of Joachem Henry Bernhard Ramm, a Commercial Clerk born in Germany, and his wife Maria Elizabeth Sophia

1901 Listed as a Shipping Merchant.[1]

1911 Living at Airdrie House, Anson Road, Victoria Park, Manchester: Henry Ramm (age 58 born Manchester), Shipper (Manufactured Goods) - Employer. With his wife Barbara Helen Ramm (age 51 born Runcorn) and their daughter Gladys Dorothy Ramm (age 26 born Manchester). One servant.[2]

1932 Concerning his estate. '...all persons having claims against the estate of Henry Ramm, of The Cottage. Sudbury Avenue, Wembley, near London; formerly of Airdrie House, Victoria Park, Manchester, and lately carrying on business as a General Merchant, under the style of "Woodson & Co.", at 20, Dickinson Street, Manchester, who died on the 22nd December, 1931...'[3]

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