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Francis Richard Sam Bircham

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Francis Richard Sam Bircham (1881-1941)

1902 3rd Battalion, the Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regimenf), Lieutenant F. R. S. Bircham resigns his Commission. Dated 27th September, 1902.

1906 of Legros and Knowles

1911 Living at Salterns Cottage, Old Bursledon, Hants: Francis Richard Sam Bircham (age 29 born Mayfair, London), Civil Mechanical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Agnes Catherine St Clair Bircham (age 29 born Ramsey, IoM) and their two sons Merrick Richard Bircham (age 7 born Kingston on Thames) and Michael Guy Bircham (age 3 born Boxmoor, Hert). Four servants.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census