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Boultbee Brooks (c1877-1952) of J. B. Brooks and Co
c1877 Born at Harborne as John Boultbee Brooks the son of John Boultbee Brooks and his wife Alice
1891 Living at 143 Pershore Road, Edgbaston: John B. Brooks (age 44 born Hinckley, Leics.), Manufacturer of leather Goods and an Employer. With his wife Alice J. Brooks (age 36 born Aston) and their five children; Alice A. Brooks (age 16 born Small Heath); John B. Brooks (age 14 born Harborne); Marie B. Brooks (age 13 born Harborne); May E. Brooks (age 10 born Birmingham); Kate E. Brooks (age 8 born Birmingham); and Wilfred M. Brooks (age 6 born Birmingham). Also his nephew Harry B. Brooks (age 13 born Birmingham).
1911 Living at Blackwell Court, near Bromsgrove: Boultbee Brooks (age 34 born Harborne), Managing Director - Cycle Saddle and Leather Goods Maker. With his wife Julia Frances Smith Brooks (age 35 born Warrington) and their two children; Julia Dorothy Tweedie Brooks (age 7 born Boldmere, Wks) and Alice Marjorie Brooks (age 1 born Bromsgrove). Also his sister-in-law Mary Ann Smith Tweedie Stafford (age 37 born Altrincham) and his niece Jean Tweedie Stafford (age 11 born St. Andrews). Five servants.
1945 January 24th. Death of his wife Julia Frances.