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George Lister (b.1873)

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George Lister (c1873- )

c1873 Born the son of William James Lister

1891 Living at Rivers Mill, Dursley: William J. Lister (age 48 born Dursley), Woollen Machine Maker, Tanner and Employer. With his wife Catherine Lister (age 47 born Cape Breton Island, Canada) and their children; Louisa M. Lister (age 23 born New Zealand); Catherine Lister (age 21 born New Zealand); George Lister (age 18 born Dursley), Woollen Machine Maker, Tanner and Employer; and Ernest A. J. Lister (age 13 born Dursley).[1]

1911 Living at Underhill House, Dursley: George Lister (age 37 born Dursley), Engineer - Woollen Machinery - Employer. With his wife Jane Lister (age 35 born Cricklade) and their son George Lister (age 7 born Dursley).One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census