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Thomas Goldsworthy-Crump

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Thomas Goldsworthy-Crump (1868-1940), Engineer and Surveyor - Taunton Rural District Council

1868 Born in Taunton the son of Thomas G. Crump, an Artist and Teacher of Drawing, and his wife Selena

1902 June. Letter re car modifications. Signs as civil engineer.[1] Surveyor and engineer to the Taunton Rural District Council.[2]

1911 Living at 8 St Georges Terrace, Taunton: Thomas Goldsworthy-Crump (age 44 born Taunton), Engineer and Surveyor - Taunton Rural District Council. With his wife Kate Goldsworthy-Crump (age 45 Born Bude). Also his sister Louie Goldsworthy-Crump (age 37 born Taunton). Also his mother-in-law Ann White (age 78 born Bude).[3]

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