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Andrew Henry Beatty

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1866 Born in Ashley, Cheshire[1]

1891 Andrew J Beatty 52, railway traffic agent, lived in Leyton with Ellen Beatty 56, Florence E Beatty 28, Mary A Beatty 26, Andrew H Beatty 24, accountant, Edward C Beatty 22[2]

1901 Andrew H Beatty 34, secretary of electrical engineering company, lived in Streatham with Florence H Beatty 29[3]

1906 An accountant when he joined the St Thomas Lodge within a few months of George Balfour[4]

1909 With George Balfour, he established the London firm of Balfour, Beatty and Company, Ltd., with the main object of carrying out the construction of electric supply and allied undertakings.

1911 Andrew Henry Beatty 43, engineer and contractor, employer, lived in London with Lydia Lucy Beatty 29, Harry Stanley Beatty 5[5]

1934 Died in Putney Hill, Surrey[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1891 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. Freemason membership records
  5. 1911 census
  6. National probate calendar