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William Alfred Forster

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William Alfred Forster (1885- ) of Forster and Sons

1885 Born the son of John Forster

1911 Living at Cowley Hill, St Helens: John Forster (age 57 born St. Helens), Constructional Engineer (Manufacturer) - Employer. With his wife Esther Forster (age 55 born St. Helens) and their three sons; William Alfred Forster (age 25 born St. Helens), Glass Manufacturer (Bottles); John Stanley Forster (age 22 born St. Helens), Bank Clerk; and Arthur Clarence Forster (age 19 born St. Helens), Shipping Clerk. Three servants.[1]

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  1. 1911 Census