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Bertram Pemberton Stedall

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Bertram Pemberton Stedall (1869-1950).

Bertram Pemberton Stedall (1869-1950) of Pfeil, Stedall and Son and G. Beaton and Son

1869 Born the son of Henry Stedall

1871 Living at 17 Woburn Square, Bloomsbury, London: Henry Stedall (age 26 born Greenwich), Iron Merchant. With his wife Lucy Stedall (age 23 born St. Pancras) and their two children Bertram P. Stedall (age 2 born London) and Edith L. Stedall (age 10 Months born London). Also his brother-in-law Edgar T. Pemberton (age 21 born Birmingham), Brass founder. Two servants.[1]

1902 Married. 'A marriage is arranged, and will take place quietly at the end of August, between Mr. Bertram Pemberton Stedall, of 6, Berkeley-square, eldest son of Mr. Henry Stedall, of The Firs, Hampstead Heath, and White Point, Whitby, and Violet, widow of Captain E. B. Weatherall, 5th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, and youngest daughter of the late Mr. Cecil F. Holmes, M.A., of Druriea, Harrow.[2]

1911 Living at 6 Berkeley Square, London: Bertram Pemberton Stedall (age 42 born Bloomsbury), Iron Merchant - Employer. With his wife Violet Marion Stedall (age 44 born Harrow) and his step-children; Nigel Edward Weatherall (age 20 born Kensington) and Violet Elizabeth Weatherall (age 16 born Histon, Mdd.). Also his three children Oliver Pemberton Stedall (age 7 born Westminster); Marcus Pemberton Stedall (age 5 born Egham); and Rosemary Lucy Stedall (age 1 born Westminster). Eight servants.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. Leeds Mercury - Wednesday 02 July 1902
  3. 1911 Census