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Benjamin Baines Dadley

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Benjamin Baines Dadley (1852- ), civil engineer

1881 Living at 1 Abersham Place, West Hackney: Ben. Dadley (age 28 born Poplar), Civil Engineer. With his wife Maria Dadley (age 27 born St. Pancras) and their two children Elizabeth Dadley (age 5 born Poplar) and Ben. Dadley (age 4 born Poplar). Also his wife's sister Alice Speak (age 18 born Kent).[1]

1895 Manager of the Civil Engineering Department of Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Co

1901 Living at 46 Elmfield Road, Streatham: Benjamin B. Dadley (age 48 born Lambeth), Civil Engineer. With his two children Leroy B. Dadley (age 25 born Poplar), Civil Engineer and Louise E. Dadley (age 24 born Poplar).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census