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Liddell Peverley North

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Liddell Peverley North (c1860-1938) of James North and Sons

Born the son of James North, a Leather Dresser

1861 Living at Asherwood's Yard, Ashby de la Zouch: James North (age 40 born Liverpool), Skinner (Journeyman). With his wife Ellen North (age 39 born Newcastle-upon-Tyne) and six children; James North (age 12 born Newcastle-upon-Tyne); Richard North (age 10 born Lawston, Camb.); Elizabeth North (age 8 born Ashby de la Zouch); George North (age 6 born Ashby de la Zouch); Emma North (age 4 born Ashby de la Zouch); and Liddle P. North (age 1 born Ashby de la Zouch).[1]

1911 Living at 47 Victoria Road, Chingford, Essex: Liddell Peverley North (age 51 born Nottingham), Chamois Leather and Glove Manufacturer. With his wife Lois Emily and three children.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1911 Census