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William Henry Reid

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William Henry Reid (1885-1923) of Reid and Evans

1885 Born at Exeter the son of Frederick Treeby Reid

1901 Living at 177 Sidwell Street, Exeter: Frederick T. Reid (age 38 born London), Watchmaker and Clockmaker - Employer. With his wife Flora G. Reid (age 38 born Somerset) and their five children; [[William Henry Reid|William H. Reid (age 15 born Exeter), Apprentice Watchmaker; Celia E. T. Reid (age 14 born Exeter); Minnie A. M. Reid (age 11 born Exeter); George T. Reid (age 5 born Exeter); Edwin C. Reid (age 8 months born Exeter).[1]

1909 Married at Exeter to Margaret Winifred Ware

1911 Living at 36 St David's Hill, Exeter: William Reid (age 25 born Exeter), Motor Car Repairer - Employer. With his wife Margaret Reid (age 24 born Exeter).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census