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Henry Stedall

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Henry Stedall (1844-1935) of Pfeil, Stedall and Son, Pfeil and Co and Thomas Pemberton and Sons

1844 Born the son of Robert Stedall

c1869 Birth of son Bertram Pemberton Stedall

1871 Living at 17 Woburn Square, Bloomsbury, London: Henry Stedall (age 26 born Greenwich), Iron Merchant. With his wife Lucy Stedall (age 23 born St. Pancras) and their two children Bertram P. Stedall (age 2 born London) and Edith L. Stedall (age 10 Months born London). Also his brother-in-law Edgar T. Pemberton (age 21 born Birmingham), Brass founder. Two servants.[1]

1911 Living at The Grove, Harefield, Harefield, Midx: Henry Stedall (age 66 born Greenwich), Iron Merchant. With his son Leigh Pemberton Stedall (age 26 born Hampstead), Iron Merchant. Ten servants.[2]

1935 February 9th. Died. Probate to Bertram Pemberton Stedall, company director, Cecil Pemberton Stedall, retired major in Territorial Army, and Leigh Pemberton Stedall, company director.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census