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Charles Arthur Charlton

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Charles Arthur Charlton (c1859-1943) of Cropper, Charlton and Co

1882 December 26th. Married at Bradford to Eliza the daughter of John Walker, a Publican. Charles is a Managing Clerk and the son of Richard Charlton, Coal merchant.

had sons Reginald Arthur Charlton and Charles Cedric Charlton who both entered the business

1911 Living at 138 Musters Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham: Charles Arthur Charlton (age 52 born Nottingham), Manufacturer of Printing Machinery and Employer. With his wife Eliza Charlton (age 50 born Yorkshire) and their three children; May Hawksworth Charlton (age 24 born Nottingham); Reginald Arthur Charlton (age 20 born Nottingham), Fancy Lace salesman; and Charles Cedric Charlton (age 16 born Nottingham), Engineer Fitter.[1]

1943 November 25th. Died. Of 138 Musters Road, West Bridgford. Probate to his two sons.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census