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William Thomas Exham Fosbery

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Major William Thomas Exham Fosbery (1835-1924)

1835 Born at Alverstoke, Hants, the son of Thomas Vincent Fosbery, Clergyman, and his wife Emily Sarah

1874 Married at Edinburgh to Jane Charlotte Boothby

1884 Mayor of Warwick.[1]

1885 Mr. W. T. E. Fosbery, Civil Engineer, of Warwick.[2]

1893 'William Thomas Exham Fosbery of Warwick, said he was a fellow of the Surveyors' Institute. He had for 20 years had experience in sewage farms and the drainage of land. He was an inspector under the Board of Agriculture, and the various Land Improvement Acts.'[3]

1905 Bankrupt.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leamington Spa Courier - Saturday 06 September 1884
  2. Bury and Norwich Post - Tuesday 09 June 1885
  3. Leamington Spa Courier - Saturday 04 March 1893
  4. Leamington Spa Courier - Friday 20 January 1905