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Carl Oppermann (b.1839)

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Carl Oppermann (b.1839) of Carl Oppermann

1891 Living at 8 Scott Villas, Tottenham: Carl Oppermann (age 52 born Germany, British subject), Mechanical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Elizabeth Oppermann (age 47 born Knightsbridge) and their ten children; Charlotte Oppermann (age 20 born Islington); Ernst Oppermann (age 18 born Islington), Electrical Engineer; Marie Oppermann (age 16 born Islington); Wilhelm Oppermann (age 13 born Islington); Olga Oppermann (age 12 born Islington); Otto Oppermann (age 10 born Leytonstone); Hugo Oppermann (age 9 born Leytonstone); Hildegard Oppermann (age 8 born Leytonstone); Pear Oppermann (age 6 born Hammersmith); and Fritz Oppermann (age 2 born Islington).[1]

1911 Living at Cumberland Lodge, Cumberland Avenue, South Benfleet: Carl Oppermann (age 72 born Germany), Retired Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth Oppermann (age 67) and their daughter Hildegard Oppermann (age 28). Married 51 years with 14 children of whom 13 are still living.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census