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1901 Mechanical engineer, employer, lived in Sowerby Bridge with Emily Berry 45, Roy Berry 19, mechanical engineer, Emily Berry 18, Dora Berry 16, Gertrude Berry 14, William Berry 12<ref>1901 census</ref>
 
1901 Mechanical engineer, employer, lived in Sowerby Bridge with Emily Berry 45, Roy Berry 19, mechanical engineer, Emily Berry 18, Dora Berry 16, Gertrude Berry 14, William Berry 12<ref>1901 census</ref>
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1904 Carried on the business of [[Francis Berry and Sons]]after the last of his partners had left.
  
 
1907 Died in Halifax district<ref>BMD</ref>
 
1907 Died in Halifax district<ref>BMD</ref>

Latest revision as of 12:00, 24 November 2017

1855 Born in Sowerby Bridge, son of Robert and Martha Berry[1]

1901 Mechanical engineer, employer, lived in Sowerby Bridge with Emily Berry 45, Roy Berry 19, mechanical engineer, Emily Berry 18, Dora Berry 16, Gertrude Berry 14, William Berry 12[2]

1904 Carried on the business of Francis Berry and Sonsafter the last of his partners had left.

1907 Died in Halifax district[3]

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  2. 1901 census
  3. BMD