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William Henry Martin Burgess

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William Henry Martin Burgess (1873-1947) of W. H. M. Burgess and William H. M. Burgess

1873 Born at Rock, Kent, the son of Martin Burgess, a Printer, and his wife Mary

1897 Married at Lewisham to Ella Lucie Thomas

1911 Living at 9 Mayford Road, Wandsworth Common: William Henry Martin Burgess (age 38 born Rock, Kent), Automobile engineer - Employer. With his wife Ella Lucie Burgess (age 38 born Beaminster) and their four children; Thomas Martin Burgess (age 12 born South Norwood); Sheila Lucie Burgess (age 10 born South Norwood); Derek William Burgess (age 15 born Sutton); and Ella Patricia Burgess (age 1 born Wandsworth). One servant.[1]

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  1. 1911 Census