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Frederick Hardcastle Smith

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Frederick H. Smith.

Frederick Hardcastle Smith (1874-1963) of Thomas Smith and Sons

1874 May 7th. Born the son of Thomas Smith

1881 Living at The Rookery, Bramley: Thomas Smith (age 43 born Calverley), Engineer and Iron Founder employing 70 men and 20 boys. With his wife Mary H. Smith (age 40 born Hunsingore) and their children Sarah E. Smith (age 14 born Rodley), Clara Smith (age 12 born Bramley), Priscilla Kate Smith (age 10 born Bramley), Frederick H. Smith (age 6 born Bramley), and Walter Tom Smith (age 4 born Bramley). One servant.[1]

1901 Living at 166 Broad Lane, Bramley: Thomas Smith (age 63 born Calverley), Engineer mechanical and Employer. With his wife Mary H. Smith (age 60 born Hunsingore) and their children Clara Smith (age 32 born Rodley); Pricilla K. Smith (age 30 born Rodley); Frederick H. Smith (age 26 born Rodley), Mechanical Engineer; and George E Smith (age 19 born Rodley), Mechanical Engineer. One servant.[2]

1963 July 1st. Died. Of Flat 1, 18 Ripon Road, Harrogate.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census