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William Winpenny Peters

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William Winpenny Peters (c1817-1914) of Thomas Peters and Sons

c1817 Born the son of Thomas Peters and his wife Mary

1851 Living at The Grange, Hampstead: Thos Peters (age 71 born Reigate), Retired Coach Builder- Widower. With his daughter S. M. Pemberton (age 35 born London) and his son W. W. Peters (age 33 born London). Four servants[1]

Married Sarah Emily

1911 Ling at 126 Westbourne Terrace, Bayswater, London: William Winpenny Peters (age 94 born St. Giles, Hanover sq.), Gentleman - Widower. Four servants.[2]

1914 December 14th. Died. of 126 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington. Probate to Cecil Wyburn Peters, retired major, and William Montague Peters.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1911 Census