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Harry Carver

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Harry Carver (1863-1944) of the Bridgwater Motor Co

1863 Born in Bridgwater the son of Francis James Carver, Shipbuilder, and his wife Ellen

1881 Living at 14 Church Street, Bridgwater: Francis J. Carver (age 44 born Bridgwater), Shipbuilder employing 15 men and 5 boys. With his wife Ellen Carver (age 41 born Bridgwater) and their six children; Francis J. Carver (age 19 born Bridgwater); Harry Carver (age 18 born Bridgwater); Clara Carver (age 16 born Bridgwater); Florence Carver (age 4 born Bridgwater); Clifford O. Carver (age 1 born Bridgwater); Ernest Carver (age 11 born Bridgwater); and Ada Carver (age 7 born Bridgwater). One visitor.[1]

1889 Married in Bridgewater to Agnes Pauline Frewer

1911 Living at Pharos, Berrow Road, Burnham, Somerset: Harry Carver (age 47 born Bridgwater), Managing Director of Motor Co. - Employer. With his wife Julia Carver (age 49 born Taunton) and their seven chi9ldren; Adelaide Carver (age 17 born Bridgwater); Dorothy Carver (age 15 born Bridgwater); Jack Carver (age 14 born Bridgwater); Freda Carver (age 12 born Bridgwater); Edna Carver (age 8 born Bridgwater); Evelyn Carver (age 5 born Bridgwater); and Harry Carver (age 3 born Bridgwater). One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census