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Francis Edgar Martineau

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Francis Edgar Martineau (1829-1893)

1829 Born in Lambeth

1854 of Globe Works, Cleveland Street, Birmingham

1881 Living at Solihull: Francis E. Martineau (age 52 born Lambeth), Manufacturer Of Hinges, employing 185 Hands. With his wife with Georgina L. Martineau (age 49 born Surrey) and their eight children; Geoffrey A. Martineau (age 19 born Edgbaston), Apprentice to Hinge Making; Catherine R. Martineau (age 18); Alfred H. Martineau (age 16), Apprentice To Hinge Making; Beatrice C. Martineau (age 14); Eustace D. Martineau (age 13); Lauretta Martineau (age 11); Mary G. Martineau (age 10); and Francis Leigh Martineau (age 6).[1]

1893 Hinge manufacturer, died in Solihull[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. National probate calendar