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William Henry Tinney

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William Henry Tinney (c1861-1950)

Born the son of John Martin Tinney, Railway Investor.

1890 Married at St. Germans to Eliza Mary Edwards

1911 Living at Burl, 7 Courtenay Rd, Newton Abbot: William Henry Tinney (age 50 born Exeter), Director of Public Companies, Mining and Rubber Production, Consulting Engineer - Employer. With his wife Eliza Mary and their two sons.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census