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Francis Herbert Hornblower

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Francis Herbert Hornblower (c1852-1938) of F. H. Hornblower and Co

1871 Living at 24 Clifton Road, Tranmere, Cheshire: Lewis Hornblower (age 48 born Cradley, Worcestershire), Architect, Surveyor and Valuer. With his wife Anna M. Hornblower (age 49 born Liverpool) and their ten children; Annett L. Hornblower (age 23 born Birkenhead); Frederick W. Hornblower (age 22 born Birkenhead), Architect's Apprentice; Francis H. Hornblower (age 19 born Birkenhead), Ironmonger's Assistant; Mary Maud Hornblower (age 18 born Birkenhead); Charlotte B. Hornblower (age 17 born Birkenhead); Louis H. Hornblower (age 15 born Birkenhead), General Broker's Apprentice; Gertrude E. Hornblower (age 14 born Birkenhead); George Hornblower (age 13 born Birkenhead); Margaret E. A. Hornblower (age 11 born Birkenhead); and Katherine Hornblower (age 8 born Birkenhead). Two servants.[1]

1907 Dissolution of the partnership Electro Galvanizing Syndicate

1911 Living at Braddofields, Wallasey, Cheshire: Francis Herbert Hornblower (age 59 born Birkenhead), General Agent and Galvanizer - Employer. With his wife Sophia Emma Hornblower (age 56 born Birkenhead) and their four children; Mildred Hornblower (age 18 born Hoylake); Austin Hornblower (age 17 born Wallasey); Sophia Eileen Hornblower (age 14 born Wallasey); and Kathleen Maude Hornblower (age 11 born Wallasey). One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census