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Thomas Harding Churton

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Thomas Harding Churton (1866-1941) of T. Harding Churton and Co

1866 Born son of Thos. Churton, M.D.

Ed. privately and in the Yorkshire College of the Victoria University.

1898 Married Ethel B. Nicholson of Middleton Hall, Leeds.

1898 of Leeds, became an Associate of the Institution of Electrical Engineers

1908 of Leeds, became a Member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers

1911 Living at 8 Hillary Place, Leeds: Thomas Harding Churton (age 44 born Erith), Electrical Engineer (Manufacturer and Employer). With his wife Ethel Blanche and two children and two servants.[1]

1922 Electrical Engineer, Atlas Works, Water Lane, Leeds. T. A.: "Magnet, Leeds." T. N.: 24291.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census