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Paul Coulthard Dewhurst

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Paul Coulthard Dewhurst (1883-1964) of Jamaica Railways

1883 September 13th. Born at Islington the son of Paul A. Dewhurst

1901 Living at Second Avenue, Hendon: Edward Wiles (age 72 born Mill Hill), Retired (?) Cutter. With his daughter Margaret Wiles (age 36 born Hendon) and his son Charles Wiles (age 39 born Hendon). Also his grand-daughter Christina R. Anger (age 9 born Kingston on Thames). Also his son-in-law Paul A. Dewhurst (age 45 born Islington), Railway Claims Clerk and a Widower, and his son Paul C. Dewhurst (age 19 born Islington), Railway Locomotive Apprentice. Also another daughter and grand-daughter.[1]

1921 Engineer, Locomotive and Wagon Superintendent in Kingston, Jamaica. [2]

1964 January 20th. Died

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