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Alfred Robert Steele Perkins

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Alfred Robert Steele Perkins (1846-1933), Surgeon.

1846 Born the son of Samuel Steele Perkins, a Doctor.

1861 Living at Sidwell Street, Exeter: Samuel Steele Perkins (age 43 born Exeter), Surgeon. With his wife Emma Perkins (age 42 born Upton Pyne) and their five sons; John Shirley Steele Perkins (age 16 born Exeter), Surgeon Apprentice; Alfred Roberts Perkins (age 14 born Exeter); Charles E. Steel Perkins (age 13 born Exeter); Fredrick D. S. Perkins (age 11 born Exeter); and George Chapman S Perkins (age 4 born Exeter).[1]

Medical education at Guy's Hospital

Surgeon on P. and O. liner

Married(1) Mary Skinner and had eleven children. His daughter married William Kendall King

1894/95 Mayor of Exeter.[2]

1911 Living at 1 Higher Summerlands, Exeter: Alfred Robert Steele Perkins (age 64 born Exeter), Surgeon and Widower. With two daughters.[3]

1933 October. Died at Swallow Cliffe, Seaton.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. Exeter Mayors
  3. 1911 Census