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Horatio Thomas Barrett Lambourne

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Horatio Thomas Barrett Lambourne (c1880-1968) of Lambournes

c.1880 Born in Birmingham the son of Thomas Barrett Lambourne, Haberdasher, and his wife Eliza Heptinstall

1881 Thomas B. Lambourne 32, jeweller employing 3 hands, lived in Kings Norton with Eliza Lambourne 31, Horatio T.B. Lambourne 1[1]

1891 Barrett Lambourne 10, Alfred Lambourne 9, lived in Edgbaston with their grandparents Thomas Lambourne 69, retired builder, and Fanny Lambourne 64, and Thomas's daughter Mary H Lambourne 37, and son William Lambourne 25, and granddaughter Francis Cartledge 12[2]

1901 Horatio T Lambourne 20, Factor jeweller, lived in Harborne with Mary Lambourne 49, and siblings Alfred W Lambourne 19, Dora A Lambourne 15, Amy E Lambourne 14, Robert G H Lambourne 13[3]

1904 His father died; his executor was Alfred Lambourne, engineer[4]

1909 Married in Harborne to Alice Georgina Huggins

1911 Living at 129 Rotton Park Road, Edgbaston: Horatio Thomas Barrett Lambourne (age 30 born Birmingham), Manufacturing Jeweller and Employer. With his wife Alice Georgina Lambourne (age 30 born Birmingham) and their son Gordon Barrett Lambourne (age 8 months born Birmingham). Also his sister Dora Annie Swain (age 25 born Birmingham) and her husband Alfred Swain (age 47 born Birmingham), Hardware merchant and Employer. Also his niece. Two servants.[5]

1939 Metal Small Ware Manufacturer lived in Birmingham[6]

1968 Died in Birmingham[7]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1891 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. National probate calendar
  5. 1911 Census
  6. 1939 register
  7. BMD