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Charles Bruce Allen

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Charles Bruce Allen (c1827-1890), architect

1856 Listed as 'Allen Charles Bruce, architect, Architectural Museum, Cannon row, Westminster.[1]

1881 Living at 111 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea: Edward E. Allen (age 55 born Camden Town), Civil Engineer. With his wife Isabella R. Allen (age 43 born Tenterden) and their children; Edward C. Allen (age 25 born Greenwich), Clerk; Agnes C. Allen (age 23 born Strand, London), Dressmaker; Florence J. Allen (age 17 born Brompton), Milliner; Arthur H. Allen (age 16 born Brompton); Alice Maud Allen (age 14 born Kensington); and Mabel Grace Allen (age 8 born Chelsea). Also his brother Chas. Bruce Allen (age 58 born Arc Walsers, Sussex), Architect and Unmarried.[2]

1890 Died age 70 in Chelsea district


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Sources of Information

  1. 1856 Post Office Directory
  2. 1881 Census