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Rupert Miller Brice

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Rupert Miller Brice (1876-1940)

1876 January 7th. Born in Bristol the son of Richard Jones Brice. a Toys and Fancy Dealer, and his wife Catherine Watts.

1909 Became a Freemason.

1911 Living at 351 High Street, North Manor Park, London: Rupert M Brice (age 35 born Bristol), Motor Engineer. With his widowed father and two sisters.[1]

1923 Married at Hastings to Annie Taplin. Possible marriage to Eleanor Twist

1939. Listed in Penybont, Glamorgan as an invalid.[2]

1940. Died. Bridgend, Glamorgan.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 Census