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John Milroy (1881-1972)

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John Milroy (1881-1972) aka Jack Milroy, of Smith and Milroy

1881 November 7th. Born at Crockenhill, Kent, the son of William McGowan Milroy and his wife Mary Ann Smith

1911 Living at Petham Grove, Chelsfield Road, St Mary Cray, Kent: William Milroy (age 58 born Ayrshire), Foreman on Farm. With his wife Mary Milroy (age 56 born Eynford, Kent) and their two sons; John Milroy (age 29 born Eynford, Kent), Motor Engineer - Motor repairer and cycle maker, and Alexander Milroy (age 30 born Eynford, Kent), works on farm - carter.[1]

1834 Married Edna Florence Wells

1972 Died at Bromley.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census