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Fred Hampson Gilbody

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Fred Hampson Gilbody (1873-1923) of F. H. Gilbody and Co

1873 Born in Manchester the son of Alexander Henry Gilbody and his wife Mary Ellen

1898 Married to Ethel Constance Charlton

1901 Listed as a wholesale ironmonger and employer.[1]

1911 Living at Greenbank, Mottram St Andrew, Prestbury, Cheshire: Fred Hampson Gilbody (age 38 born Old Trafford, Manchester), Consulting heating Engineer - F. H. Gilbody and Co. With his wife Ethel Constance Gilbody (age 40 born Levenshulme)

1911 December. Details of a two-stroke engine - of Bridge street, Manchester[2]

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