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Joseph Orr Young

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Joseph Orr Young (c1877-1955) of James Young and Co

ca.1877 Born in Londonderry the son of James Young, a Coachbuilder and his wife Anna Frances McCoy.

1901 Living at Tweedy Road, Bromley: James Young (age 55 born Ireland), Coach Builder - Employer. With his wife Ann Frances Young (age 48 born Ireland) and their seven children; Joseph Orr Young (age 24 born Ireland), Coach Builder Manager; Mary Anna Young (age 22 born Ireland); Frances E. Hill Young (age 20 born Ireland); Sara Young (age 19 born Ireland); James Hill Young (age 13 born Ireland); Annette Moffat Young (age 16 born Ireland); and Margaret Hence Young (age 11 born Ireland).[1]

1905 Married in Bromley to Ann Mason Reid

1911 Living at Talbot, 53 Lansdowne Road, Bromley: Joseph Orr Young (age 34 born Londonderry), Coach Builder - Employer. With his wife Anna Mason Young (age 38 born Glasgow) and their two sons and one daughter.[2]

1925 Left UK for Australia

1955 Died in South Australia

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census