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Stanley De Brath

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Stanley De Brath (10 October 1854 - 20 December 1937) was a British civil engineer, psychical researcher and spiritualist and investor in the Great Horseless Carriage Co

1854 Born in Sydenham, Kent, the son of Felix De Brath, a Merchant, and his wife Anna Louisa.

He worked as a civil engineer in India for 17 years.

1911 Living at Charles Towers, East Grinstead Lingfield, Sussex: Stanley De Brath (age 56 born Sydenham), Retired Engineer - Schoolmaster. With his wife Bisall De Brath (age 54 born Fakenham) and their daughter Gladys De Brath (age 25 born Simla, India).[1]

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  1. 1911 Census