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Alfred Ormesby Cochrane

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1850 Born in Kingswinford, son of Alexander Brodie Cochrane and his wife Esther[1]

c.1875 Partner in Cochrane and Co

1881 Joseph B. Cochrane 41, Iron & Coal Master, widower, Alice B. Cochrane 11, Margaret Cochrane 10, Alfred O. Cochrane 30, ironmaster, widower, Alfred C. Cochrane 4, Muriel W. Cochrane 3[2]

1891 Alfred O Cochrane 40, ironmaster, employer, lived in Coatham, with Hddaine Cochrane 32, Murial Cochrane 13, Jerald D Cochrane 5, Sybal M Cochrane 3, Aubrey H Cochrane 4 months[3]

1911 Alfred Ormesby Cochrane 60, iron master, employer, lived in Guisborough with Adelaide Sophia Cochrane 50, Gerald Douglas Cochrane 25, iron master, employer, Aubrey Kennett Ormesby Cochrane 20, Elizet Lillias Mergaret Cochrane 6[4]

1941 Died in Nunthorpe, Yorks.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. National probate calendar