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Arthur Goodwin Brown

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Arthur Goodwin Brown (1878-1947), civil engineer and partner in firm of Elliott and Brown

c1878 Born in Nottingham the son of Arthur Brown and his wife Caroline

1891 Living at 6 Vickers Street, Nottingham: Arthur Brown (age 39 born Nottingham), Civil Engineer (Borough Surveyor). With his wife Caroline Brown (age 36 born Nottingham) and their four children; Arthur G. Brown (age 13 born Nottingham); Ernest V. Brown (age 10 born Nottingham); Ethel C. Brown (age 7 born Nottingham); and Winifred M. Brown (age 3 born Nottingham). Three servants.[1]

1911 Living at 7 Thyra Grove, Mapperley, Nottingham: Arthur Goodwin Brown (age 33 born Nottingham), Civil Engineer and Surveyor. With his wife Marguerite Jane Brown (age 28 born Nottingham) and their two daughters Elizabeth Winifred Brown (age 3 born Nottingham) and Constance Margarete Brown (age 1 born Nottingham). Two servants.[2]

1947 April 21st. Died, of 9 Trevose Gardens, Nottingham and died at Fincham Down, Norfolk. Probate to his widow Marguerite Jane brown and others.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census