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Harry Carl Maxfield

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Harry Carl Maxfield (c1886- )

1911 Living at 156 Victoria Road, Aston Manor, Birmingham: Arthur Isaac Maxfield (age 59 born Birmingham), Motor Car Accessories Maker - Employer. With his wife Eleanor Maxfield (age 59 born Birmingham) and their seven children; Arthur Isaac Bernard Maxfield (age 38 born Birmingham), Motor Car Accessories Maker - Employer - Widower; Betsy Eleanor Maxfield (age 31 born Morpeth, NSW.), Manageress - Tobacconist; Harry Carl Maxfield (age 25 born Sydney, NSW.), Motor Car Accessories Maker; Adeline Loma Maxfield (age 23 born Sydney, NSW.); Raymond Charles Maxfield (age 20 born Kamaruka, NSW.), Motor Car Accessories Maker; Jack Harold Maxfield (age 17 born Kamaruka, NSW.), Press Tool Setter; Sydney Nelson Maxfield (age 15 born Birmingham), Law Clerk. Also his three grand-daughters; Gladys Maxfield (age 10 born Birmingham); Amy Eleanor Maxfield (age 5 born Birmingham); and Adeline Louise Maxfield (age 3 born Birmingham).[1]

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  1. 1911 Census