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William Thomas Grose

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William Thomas Grose (1882-) of Grose

1891 Living at 39 Richmond Road, Dallington, Northants.: Joseph George Grose (age 30 born Northampton), a Currier. With his wife Mary Elizth Grose (age 30 born Northampton) and their children Kate S. Grose (age 4 born Northampton) and William Thomas Grose (age 1 born Northampton).[1]

1901 Living at Weedon Road, Duston, Northants: Joseph Grose (age 40 born Northamptonshire), a Motor / Cycle Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Mary Grose (age 40 born Northamptonshire) and their children Kate Grose (age 14 born Northamptonshire), William Grose (age 11 born Northamptonshire), Percy Grose (age 8 born Northamptonshire), Albert Grose (age 4 born Northamptonshire), and Frank Grose (age 4 born Northamptonshire). One servant.[2]

1911 Living at Weedon Road, Duston, Northants: Joseph George Grose (age 50 born Little Houghton, Northants.), a Motor Engineer and Non-skid Tyre Manufacture (and Employer). With his wife May Elizabeth Grose (age 50 born St. Peters, Northampton) and their children William Thomas Grose (age 21 St. James, Northampton), a Motor Engineer; Kate Stanley Grose (age 24 St. James, Northampton), a Motor Engineer Clerk; Albert George Grose (age 16 born All Saints, Northampton), a Motor Body Builder; and Frank James Grose (age 14 born All Saints, Northampton. One servant.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census