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William Edward Carmont

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William Edward Carmont (c1875- )

1891 Living at Lower Kingston, Kingston, Surrey: William H. Carmont (age 51 born Liverpool), Civil Engineer. With his wife Clara K. Carmont (age 48 born Manchester) and their three children; Harriet A. Carmont (age 25 born London; Clara K. Carmont (age 24 born Patricroft); William E. Carmont (age 23 born Manchester), Civil Engineer.[1]

1911 Living at 55 Queens Road, Richmond, Surrey: William Hazelwood Carmont (age 70 born Liverpool), Civil Engineer - Own account - Widower. With his three children; Harriet Annie Carmont (age 40 born London), Painter, Artist; Clara Kate Carmont (age 38 born Patricroft); and William Edward Carmont (age 36 born Manchester), Consulting Engineer - Own account. One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census