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G. E. Frere

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c.1807 Born in Llanelly

c.1837 Assistant to Isambard Kingdom Brunel on construction of the Great Western Railway.

1840 Married Isabella Tudor in Weston, Somerset[1]

1841 George Frere 30, civil engineer, lived in Bath with Isabella Frere 30[2]

1871 George E Frere 64, landowner, lived in Great Yarmouth with Isabella Frere 59, Isabella T Frere 18[3]

1881 George Edward Frere 74 , Magistrate Barrister Not In Practice, lived in Roydon, Norfolk, with Isabella Frere 69, Isabella Tudor Frere 28, Winifred Winslow Frere 10, Gwendolen Winslow Frere 9[4]

1887 Died in Roydon[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1831 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. BMD