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Walter Chamberlain

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c1848 Born in Islington son of Joseph Chamberlain, Senior

1871 of Messrs. Nettlefold’s Screw Works, Smethwick, near Birmingham

1880 Nettlefolds became a public company; Walter seems to have left the company around this time; he also resigned from I Mech E.

1891 Walter Chamberlain 43, living on own means in Harborne with Agnes M Chamberlain 35, Basil W Chamberlain 8[1]

1911 Walter Chamberlain 64, company director, lived in Cobham, Surrey with Agnes Marin Chamberlain 56, Walter Basil Chamberlain 28, Caroline Pearl Chamberlain 19[2]

1920 Died in Chertsey[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. 1911 census
  3. BMD