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Percy Stuart St George Oram

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Percy Stuart St George Oram (1886-1945)

Born the son of Sir Henry John Oram

1911 Living at St Arvans, Grasmere Road, Bromley, Kent: Henry John Oram (age 52 born Plymouth), Engineer in Chief of the Fleet. Admiralty. With his wife Emily Kate Oram (age 49 born Plymouth) and three children; Evelyn Henry Bardens Oram (age 27 born Plymouth); Percy Stuart St George Oram (age 24 born Battersea), Engineer, Employed as General Assistant to Director of Company; and Phyllis Marjorie Oram (age 14 born Battersea). Three servants.[1]

1939 Living at 10 Earls Court Square, Kensington, Farmer, Engineer.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 Census