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Percy Rosling

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Percy Rosling (c1868-1945) of Rosling and Appleby, Rosling and Fynn, Rosling and Matthews and Rosling, Appleby and Fynn

c.1868 Born the son of Joseph Rosling, a Timber Merchant, and his wife Julia

1894 Married in Manningham, Yorks., to Amy Beatrice Philipp

1901 Living at Woodlands, Ilkley: Percy Rosling (age 33 born Reigate), Electrical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Amy Beatrice Rosling (age 29 born Bradford) and their three children; Dorothy Beatrice Rosling (age 5 born Ilkley); Allen Percy Rosling (age 3 born Ilkley); and Barbara Bomfred Rosling (age 1 born Ilkley). One visitor Valere Alfred Fynn (age 30 born Russia - British subject), Electrical Engineer - Employer. Three servants.[1]

1925 Mentioned as the General Manager of W. T. Henleys Telegraph Works Co.[2]

1945 December 13th. Died.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Western Daily Press - Tuesday 20 October 1925