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Pearson Lund

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Pearson Lund (1852-1915), founder of Noble and Lund

1852 Born in Keighley[1]

1871 Mechanic, living with his parents in Keighley[2]

1881 Pearson Lund 28, Mechanic In Tool Making Shop, lived in Keighley with Annie E. Lund 28, James W. Lund 3, John Lund 1[3]

1886 Foundation of Noble and Lund

By 1888 he was living in Newcastle[4]

1901 Pearson Lund 48, machine tool maker, employer, lived in Heworth with Annie S Lund 48, James W Lund 23, Annie F Lund 14, Fred P Lund 12, Edith M Lund 9, Albert E Lund 6[5]

1911 Pearson Lund 58, employer, machine tools industry, lived in Heworth, Gateshead with Annie Elizabeth Lund 58, Fred Pearson Lund 22, machine tools draughtsman, Edith May Hannah Gertrude Lund 19, Albert Earnest Clifton Lund 16[6]

1915 Died in Felling, Co Durham

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. Electoral register
  5. 1901 census
  6. 1911 census