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Ernest Nathaniel Hilton Niblett

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Ernest Nathaniel Hilton Niblett (1917-2005) of Wright and Weaire and the British Ferrograph Recorder Co

1917 February 07th. Born the son of Nathaniel Hilton Niblett, Mechanical Fitter's Mate at a Power Station, and his wife Ellen Amelia

1939 Living at 8 Southfield Road, Enfield: Ernest H. Niblett, Electrical Instrument Designer and Test Engineer, Assistant Chief Engineer. Living with his parents and two brothers.[1]

1942 Married at Edmonton to Marjorie Phyllis Lawrence

1945 Living at 8 Southfield Road, Enfield, with his wife and his parents.[2]

1987-2005 Living at Brisbane House, West Park Road, Cleadon, Tyne and Wear.

2005 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1939 Census
  2. Electoral Register