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Hubert Robert Thomas

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Hubert Robert Thomas of Edwin Richards and Sons

1873 Born in Upper Penn, Staffs.[1], son of William Thomas (d.1905)

1881 William Thomas 42, maltster and Corn merchant, lived in Wolverhampton with Isabella Jane Thomas 40, Aubrey Ward Thomas 9, Hurbert Robert Thomas 7, Hugh Shenson or Spenson Thomas 6, Charles Stephinson Thomas 5, Lilian Isabel Thomas 4, Katie Ward Thomas 3[2]

1911 Hubert Robert Thomas 37, coach axle manufacturer, employer, lived in Wolverhampton with Eleanor Maud Thomas 38, Richard Spenser Thomas 7, William Robert Thomas 5, David Frank Thomas 2, Michael Thomas 6 months[3]

1957 Died in Wolverhampton[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1911 census
  4. national probate calendar