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Edwin Lefevre

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of Stamp Office Yard, Norwich

1858 Business was established by this date Thomas Lefevre in St Stephen's Street

1865 Had moved to junction of Rose Lane and Prince of Wales Road

1883 The company had changed name to Edwin Lefevre

1896 At Stamp Office Yard

They made horizontal, vertical and entablature engines

Civil Engineer of Norwich

1861 Living at Shoulder Mutton Yard, Norwich: Thomas Lefevre (age 44 born Norwich), Civil Engineer. With his wife Charlotte Lefevre (age 43 born Norwich) and their three children; William Lefevre (age 23 born Norwich), Civil Engineer; Helena Lefevre (age 14 born Norwich); and Edwin Lefevre (age 7 born Norwich).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census