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William Owen Pepper

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William Owen Pepper (1880-1942)

Born the son of Thomas Pepper, a Coal Miner.

1911 Living at 10 Parliament Street, Harrogate: John Tindall (age 68 born Broughton), Retired Sewing Silk Manufacturer. With his wife Maria Tindall (age 69 born Harrogate), Jeweller - Dealer - Employer. With four children; Jane Tindall (age 33 born Bradford); Savina Tindall (age 31 born Bradford); Blanche Tindall (age 28 born Bradford); and John Albert Tindall (age 25 born Bradford). Also his brother-in-law Antonio Fattorini (age 74 born Harrogate), Retired Jeweller. Also two visitors including William Owen Pepper (age 30 born Bishop Auckland), Electrical Engineer (Consulting). Also a servant.[1]

1930 'A well-known Shipley man, William Owen Pepper, aged 51, 85, Moorhead Lane, Saltaire'[2]

1939 Living at Barkhill House, Highfield Road, Bradford: William Pepper, Consulting Electrical and Mechanical Engineer. With Blanche M. and two others.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Shipley Times and Express - Saturday 29 November 1930
  3. 1939 Census