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Arthur Bromley Holmes (1849- ) of Andrew Handyside and Co and later civil engineer with Liverpool Council

1849 Born in Derby

ORIGINAL PATENT APPLICATION NUMBER 6,644 FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN OR CONNECTED WITH THE INDICATION AT A DISTANCE, OR ELECTRICAL PRESSURES IN THE CONDUCTORS OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY SYSTEMS (LIVERPOOL). by Arthur Bromley. Holmes (Hardcover - 1 Jan 1906)

Practical electric lighting by A. Bromley Holmes (Unknown Binding - 1883)

The electric light popularly explained by A. Bromley Holmes (Unknown Binding - 1882)

1911 Living at 36 Princes Avenue Liverpool: Arthur Bromley Holmes (age 61 born Derby), Civil Engineer - City Council. With his wife Elizabeth Holmes (age 63 born Derby). Two servants.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census