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Frank Walter Scott (1840-1915)

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Frank Walter Scott (1840-1915) of George Scott and Son

1840 Born son of George Scott (1814- )

1863 Married Eliza Seures in Stratford, Essex[1]

1868 Birth of son Ernest George Scott in Hackney[2]

1871 Frank W Scott 31, a Manufacturing Engineer, Eliza Scott 28, Frank W Scott 6, Philp R Scott, 4, Ernest G Scott 3, Margaret E Scott 9 months[3]

1881 Frank W. Scott 41, engineer, lived in Hackney with Eliza Scott 38 Phillip W. Scott 14, Ernest Jno Scott 13, Margaret E. Scott 10, Laura E. Scott 8 Harold G. Scott 6, Amy C. Scott 5[4]

1901 Frank W Scott 61, manufacturing engineer, employer, lived in Hampstead with Eliza Scott 58, Margaret E Scott 30, Harold A Scott 26[5]

1911 Living at 8 Harley Road, Hampstead: Frank Walter Scott (age 71 born St Georges, Middlesex), Retired Manufacturing Engineer. With his wife Eliza Scott (age 68 born Hackney) and their daughter Margaret Eliza Scott (age 40 born Hackney). One servant.[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. Parish records
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1901 census
  6. 1911 Census