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Henry Vernon Gash

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Henry Vernon Gash (1893-1958) probably of Vernon Gash and Co

1911 Living at Oak House, Meanwood Road, Leeds: John Henry Gash (age 52 born Heckington), Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, General House furnisher, Electric Light Fitter and Contractor - Employer. With his wife Emily Gash (age 52 born Leeds) and their two children Henry Vernon Gash (age 18 born Leeds), Scientific Instrument Maker, and Edith Alice Gash (age 21 born Leeds), Typist and Book-Keeper. Also his sister-in-law Elizabeth Ann Clapham (age 44 born Leeds. Also a visitor Clifford Farrar (age 14 born Leeds), Motor and Motorcycle Mechanic.[1]

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  1. 1911 Census