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Frank Shipman

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Frank Shipman.

Frank Shipman (c1877-1944) of A. A. Jones and Shipman

c1877 Born in Nottingham the son of Thomas Shipman, a Lace Manufacturer, and his wife Elizabeth

1898 With Frederick Pollard, set up business in Leicester that became A. A. Jones, Pollard and Shipman

1911 Living at 116 St Peters Road, Leicester: Frank Shipman (age 34 born Nottingham), Machine Tool Maker - Employer. With his wife Annie Shipman (age 36 born Nottingham) and their two children Edna Shipman (age 9 born Leicester) and Stanley Shipman (age 5 born Leicester). One servant.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census