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Charles Edward Blake

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Charles Edward Blake (c1847-1926), Hydrometer Maker

c.1847 Born in the City of London the son of William Blake, a Tailor.

1876 Married in Tower Hamlets to Harriott Susanna Dodd

1877 Birth of son Thomas Odempsey Blake

1911 Living at 4 Ravenstone Road, Hornsey: Charles E. Blake (age 64 born City of London), Hydrometer Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Harriet S. Blake (age 59 born Poplar) and their four daughters; Florence Blake (age 22 born Hornsey); Elsie Blake (age 20 born Hornsey); Mildred Blake (age 19 born Hornsey); and Maud V. Blake (age 12 born Wood Green).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census