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Richard Crittall

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Richard Crittall (1854-1922) of Richard Crittall and Co

1854 Born at Braintree the son of Francis B. Crittall, Ironmonger, and his wife Fanny

1861 Living at Bank Street, Braintree: Francis B. Crittall (age 36 born West Wickham), Ironmonger employing 7 men and ? boys. With his wife Fanny M. Crittall (age 34 born Kent) and their children; Mary Frances Crittall (age 9 born Braintree); Fanny Sarah Crittall (age 7 born Braintree); Richard Crittall (age 6 born Braintree); Margaret Eliz. Crittall (age 5 born Braintree); Sarah Jane Crittall (age 3 born Braintree); Emma Morris Crittall (age 2 born Braintree); and Francis Henry Crittall (age 8 months born Braintree). Also an apprentice and three servants.[1]

1911 Living at 30 Lewisham Park, Lewisham: Richard Crittall (age 57 born Braintree), Civil Engineer - Heating, and Employer. With his wife Emily Crittall (age 58 born Colchester) and their children; Richard Godfrey Crittall (age 29 born Braintree), Civil Engineer - Heating, and Employer; Winifred Mary Crittall (age 28 born Braintree), School Teacher; and Mary Fenton Crittall (age 24 born Lewisham). One servant.[2]

1922 Death of Richard Crittall[3]

Probate to Richard Godfrey Crittall, Engineer

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. The Times, Dec 21, 1922