Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

George Waller, Junior

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George Waller, Junior, of James Burton, Sons and Waller and George Waller and Son

Nephew of Bennett Alfred Burton and Henry Mortimer Burton

c1833 Born at Islington

1851 Living at 9 Nelson Square, Southwark: Mortimer Burton (age 39 born St. Saviour, Surrey), Engineer and a Widower. With his son Benjamin Burton (age 4 born Christ Church, Surrey). Also his brother Alfred Burton (age 47 born Bethnal Green), Engineer's Partner; his sister Anne Burton (age 30 born St. Saviour, Surrey); his nephew George Waller (age 19 born Islington), Engineer's Apprentice. Two servants.[1]

1860 Married at Islington to Elizabeth Sim Braund (1837- )

1881 Living at 70 Forest Lodge, Bexley, Kent: George Waller (age 48 born Islington), Mechanical Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth S. Waller (age 42 born Dartford) and their children Bessie G. B. Waller (age 18 born Charlton); Aliasen J. Waller (age 16 born Charlton); Edith J. Waller (age 14 born Charlton); Bertram Waller (age 13 born Charlton); Ernest B. Waller (age 9 born Lee); Percy G. Waller (age 7 born Stroud); and Kathleen Waller (age 5 born Stroud). Also servants and their family.[2]

1911 Living at Phoenix House, Stroud: George Waller (age 78 born N. London), Mechanical Engineer and Employer. With his wife (married 50 years with 8 children - six now living) Elizabeth Sim Waller (age 73 born Dartford) and their daughters Bessie S. B. Waller (age 48 born Charlton, Kent) and Edith L. Waller (age 44 born Charlton, Kent). One servant.[3]

1913 September 26th. Died

1913 October 19th. Probate. Of Phoenix House, Stroud. To Percy George Waller, Solicitor.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1911 Census