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Erland Arter

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Erland Arter (c1886-1954) of Marshall Arter and Co

ca. 1886 Born the son of Arthur Marshall Arter

1901 Living at 60 Upper Mall, Hammersmith: Andrew Arter (age 61 born Marylebone), Living on own means. With his two sons Arthur M. Arter (age 24 born Brompton), Mechanical Engineer, and Erland Arter (age 15 born Hammersmith). Two servants.[1]

1911 Living at 60 Upper Mall, Hammersmith: Isabel Pembroke De Clare Arter (age 58 born St. Pancras), Widow. With her son Erland Arter (age 25 born Hammersmith), Mechanical Engineer. Also her cousin Clara Helena Arnold (age 58 born Great Barr) and her niece Amy Rosamond Phillips (age 27 born Shifnal). One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census