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1911 Living at 12 St. James Road, Exeter: [[Abram Davey]] (age 57 born Wivenhoe, essex), Cycle dealer - Employer. With his wife Ellen Eliza Davey (age 57 born Tunbridge) and their two children [[Francis Henry Davey]] (age 35 born Manchester), Motor Dealer - Employer, and Ellen Edith Davey (age 25 born Plymouth).<ref>1911 Census</ref>
 
1911 Living at 12 St. James Road, Exeter: [[Abram Davey]] (age 57 born Wivenhoe, essex), Cycle dealer - Employer. With his wife Ellen Eliza Davey (age 57 born Tunbridge) and their two children [[Francis Henry Davey]] (age 35 born Manchester), Motor Dealer - Employer, and Ellen Edith Davey (age 25 born Plymouth).<ref>1911 Census</ref>

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Abram Davey (c1854- ) of A. Davey and Sons

1911 Living at 12 St. James Road, Exeter: Abram Davey (age 57 born Wivenhoe, essex), Cycle dealer - Employer. With his wife Ellen Eliza Davey (age 57 born Tunbridge) and their two children Francis Henry Davey (age 35 born Manchester), Motor Dealer - Employer, and Ellen Edith Davey (age 25 born Plymouth).[1]

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  1. 1911 Census