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George Hole

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George Hole (c1877- )

1911 Living in 49B Lurline Gardens, Battersea, London: George Hole (age 34 born Battersea), Clerk in Gas Works. With his wife Rosina Hole (age 30 born Wimbledon) and their two children George William Hole (age 8 born Battersea) and Jessie Hole (age 2 born Battersea). Also a visitor Frederick Weller (age 32 born Charlton).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census