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Joseph Emerson Dowson (c1845-1940), Inventor of Dowson's Gas
  
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Born the son of Joseph Emerson Dowson, a Metal and Gas merchant.
  
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1872 Married in Penge to Mary Emily Tee
  
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1911 Living at 26 Egerton Crescent, London SW: [[Joseph Emerson Dowson]] (age 66 born St. John, Kensington), Civil Engineer, Managing Director of [[Dowson and Mason Gas Plant Co]]. With his wife Mary Emily, a Medical Practitioner, Author and Journalist, and two daughters.<ref>1911 Census</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:03, 15 April 2020

Joseph Emerson Dowson (c1845-1940), Inventor of Dowson's Gas

Born the son of Joseph Emerson Dowson, a Metal and Gas merchant.

1872 Married in Penge to Mary Emily Tee

1911 Living at 26 Egerton Crescent, London SW: Joseph Emerson Dowson (age 66 born St. John, Kensington), Civil Engineer, Managing Director of Dowson and Mason Gas Plant Co. With his wife Mary Emily, a Medical Practitioner, Author and Journalist, and two daughters.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census