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George Frederick Charles Stack

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George Frederick Charles Stack (1887-1976) of G. F. Stack and Co

1887 May 8th. Born the son of George Alfred Henry Stack, Manager of Tobacco Factory, and his wife Elizabeth Furnstone Groom

1911 Living at 5 Tavistock Road, Croydon: George Stack (age 50 born Auckland, New Zealand (British subject), Traveller in Tobacco. With his wife Elizabeth Stack (age 51 born Brighton) and their four children; Fred Stack (age 23 born London), Mechanical Engineer; Brian Stack (age 21 born London), Civil Servant (Clerk); Maurice Stack (age 15 born London); and Dorothy Stack (age 17 born London). Also his mother-in-law Elizabeth Groome (age 75 born Chirk, Denbigh). One servant.[1]

1932 January 2nd. Married to Ruth Jane Collis

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  1. 1911 Census