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Ralph Allan Janes

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c1873 Born at High Wycombe

1891 Living at 8 Mary Street, Wycombe: Allan Janes (age 48 born Penn, Bucks), Chair Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Ellen Janes (age 41 born High Wycombe) and their sons Ralph Janes (age 18 born High Wycombe), Carver - Wood; Maurice Janes (age 14 born High Wycome]]; and Stewart Janes (age 6 born High Wycombe); and four daughters.[1]

1911 Living at 2 London Road, High Wycombe: Ralph Allan Janes (age 38 born High Wycombe), Chair and Furniture Manufacturer and an Employer. With his wife Alice Susan Janes (age 36 born Downley, Bucks) and their six children. One servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census