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George Edward Jones

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1849 Born[1] son of Edward Jones in Bridgwater, Somerset

1867 Became a graduate member of I Mech E, of Horseley Iron Works, Tipton

1875 of Messrs. James Nicol Fleming and Co, Calcutta; correspondence: Edward Jones, Wylde Green, near Birmingham

1880 of Adamwahan, Punjaub, India. Correspondence: Mrs. Edward Jones, Woodville, Wylde Green, near Birmingham.

1896 District Locomotive Superintendent, North Western Railway, Quetta, Beluchistan, India. Corresponence: Mrs. Edward Jones, Homelea, All Saints' Villas, Cheltenham.

1911 George Edward Jones 61, retired civil engineer, Indian Civil Works Department, India Office pensioner, lived in Hampstead[2]

1927 Died in Hampstead (born 1848) [3]

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  2. 1911 census
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