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Joseph Dawson Paul

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Joseph Dawson Paul (c1887-1976) of Boulton and Paul

1886 August 4th. Born the son of Joseph John Dawson Paul, iron founder and manufacturer, and his wife Elizabeth Duffield

1891 Living at The Laurels, Newmarket Road, Norwich: Joseph Jno D. Paul (age 49 Thorpe Abbotts, Norfolk), Galvanised Ironfounder - Employer. With his wife Elizabeth Paul (age 42 born Norwich) and their four children; Annie Charles Paul (age 12 born Norwich); Eleana M. Paul (age 10 born Norwich); Emily Paul (age 9 born Norwich); and Joseph D. Paul (age 4 born Norwich). Four servants.[1]

1911 A visitor at 15 Clarges Street, Mayfair, London: Joseph Dawson Paul (age 24 born Norwich), Director of Wire Netting Manufacturer - Employer. In home of Edward Douglas Madge, Physician, and his family.[2]

1914 February 2nd. Married at Marylebone to Flavie Leonie Ozanne

1929 June 21st. Aviator's Certificate 8656. Of Highfield, Brundall, Norfolk.

1976 April 14th. Died at Exmouth.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census