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Bertram Braund Waller

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of George Waller and Son

c1868 Born at Charlton, Kent, the son of [[George Waller, Junior) and his wife Elizabeth Sim Braund

1881 Living at 70 Forest Lodge, Bexley, Kent: George Waller (age 48 born Islington), Mechanical Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth S. Waller (age 42 born Dartford) and their children Bessie G. B. Waller (age 18 born Charlton); Aliasen J. Waller (age 16 born Charlton); Edith J. Waller (age 14 born Charlton); Bertram Waller (age 13 born Charlton); Ernest B. Waller (age 9 born Lee); Percy G. Waller (age 7 born Stroud); and Kathleen Waller (age 5 born Stroud). Also servants and their family.[1]

1911 Living at Doverow Villa, Upper High Street, Stonehouse: Bertram Braund Waller (age 43 born Charlton, Kent), Mechanical Engineer (Partner) and Employer. With his wife Edith Mary Waller and their two daughters.[2]

1942 May 8th. Died at Cheltenham age about 65. of George Waller and Son, Phoenix Iron Works, Thrupp, Stroud. Connected with the gas industry for nearly 50 years.[3]

1842 September 23rd. Probate to Percy George Waller, Solicitor, and Frank Ernest Mutton, company director.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. Gloucester Citizen - Wednesday 13 May 1942