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William Henry Gue

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1873 Born in Wellington, Shropshire[1], son of Henry and Mary Jane Gue

1881 Living in Birmingham with his parents; his father was a baker and confectioner[2]

1884 His father died in USA[3]

c.1900 formed Taylor, Gue, with John Taylor (real name John Gutgemann), as cycle makers in Birmingham.

1901 Cycle manufacturer, employer, living in Birmingham with Agnes L Gue 31, Frederick W Gue 3, Horace W Gue 2[4]

1911 Warehouseman, living in Kings Norton with Agnes Gue 41, Frederick William Gue 13, Horace Walter Gue 11[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1881 census
  3. National Probate calendar
  4. 1901 census
  5. 1911 census