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Edwin Isaac Munk

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Edwin Isaac Munk (c1835-1922) of King and Munk

c1835 Born at Honiton the son of William Munk, an ironmonger, and his wife Elizabeth

1851 Living at North Wing, Reform House, Exeter: William Munk (age 58 born Appledore, Kent), Ironmonger. With his wife Elizabeth Munk (age 48 born Newington, Surrey) and their five children; Sarah Munk (age 24 born Honiton); Ellen B. Munk (age 22 born Honiton); Emily Munk (age 19 born Honiton); Edwin Munk (age 17 born Honiton), Assistant Ironmonger; and Julia Munk (age 14 born Honiton). Two servants.[1]

1891 Living at 72 Hills Court, Exeter: Edwin I. Munk (age 57 born Honiton), Wholesale Ironmonger - Employer. With his wife Mary S. Munk (age 58 born Exeter) and their two daughters; Mary S. Munk (age 22 born Exeter); and Winifred Munk (age 20 born Exeter). One servant.[2]

1922 March 6th. Died. 'MUNK.— March 6th, at 13, Queen's terrace, Exeter, Edwin Isaac Munk, in 89th year. R.I.P. No flowers.'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. Western Morning News - Wednesday 08 March 1922