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Henry John Weslake (c1863- ) of Willey and Co
1881 Living at 20 Church Road, St. Thomas, Exeter: George Weslake (age 44 born Exeter), Gas Meter Maker. With his wife Mary Ann Weslake (age 42 born St. Thomas, Exeter) and their ten children; Elizabeth Weslake (age 22 born Exeter), Dress Maker; Tabitha Weslake (age 20 born Exeter), Dress Maker; Henry John Weslake (age 18 born Exeter), Gas Meter Maker; George Weslake (age 17 born Exeter), Gas Meter Maker; Mary Ann Weslake (age 15 born Exeter); Louisa Weslake (age 13 born Exeter); William Weslake (age 12 born Exeter); Ellen Weslake (age 10 born Exeter); Emily Weslake (age 7 born Exeter); and Ambrose Weslake (age 5 born Exeter).
1911 Living at Clyde House, Princes Street South, St Thomas, Exeter: Henry John Weslake (age 48 born Exeter), Gas Meter Maker. With his wife Harriet Emma Weslake (age 48 born Countess Weir) and their son Henry Weslake (age 13 born Exeter). One servant.