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Frederick Grant Brighton

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Frederick Grant Brighton (1878-1945)

Born the son of George Brighton, an Admiralty Clerk.

1903 At Portsmouth Dockyard.[1]

1911 Living at Claremont, 262 Barry Road, East Dulwich: Frederick Grant Brighton (age 32 born London), Civil Engineer, Director of Works Dept, Dover, Admiralty. Single.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. ICE application
  2. 1911 Census