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Charles Frederick Pilgrim

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Charles Frederick Pilgrim (c1832- )

c1832 Born the son of Thomas Pilgrim

1861 Living at 17 Carlisle Terrace, Bow: Thomas Pilgrim (age 60 born Sedgeford, Norfolk), Engineer. With his wife Ann Pilgrim (age 59 born King's Lynn) and their son Frederick C. Pilgrim (age 29 born Reading), Engineer.[1]

1871 Living at 11 Hanover Road, Plumstead: Charles Fredk Pilgrim (age 39 born Reading), Engineer Draughtsman. With his wife Maria Pilgrim (age 36 born Plumstead).[2]

c1903 Married(2) Kathleen Theresa Harper

1911 Living at Mirglip, Tennyson Avenue, Kings Lynn: Charles Frederick Pilgrim (age 79 born Reading), Retired Engineer - War Department. With his wife Kathleen Theresa Pilgrim (age 57 born King's Lynn). Married eight years - no children. Also his sister-in-law Kate Margaret Harper (age 53), Shop Assistant - Single.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1911 Census