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James Doull

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James Doull (1848-1915) civil engineer

1848 Born in St. Pancras, the son of Alexander Doull, Civil Engineer, and his wife Helen.

1851 Living at Morden Terrace, Greenwich: Alexander Doull (age 54 born Scotland), Civil Engineer and Land surveyor - (?) and Chelsea. With his wife Helen Doull (age 42 born Scotland) and their three children; Alexander Doull (age 15 born Ireland), Engineering Pupil; James Doull (age 3 born St. Pancras); and Isabella Doull (age 5 Months born West Greenwich). Also his nephew William Calder (age 23 born Scotland), Civil Engineer. Two servants.[1]

1911 Living at 255 Wightman Road, Hornsey: James Doull (age 63 born St. Pancras), Civil Engineer. With his wife Mary Jane Doull (age 65 born Plymouth) and their two daughters Margaret Emma Doull (age 30 born Whitstone) and Florence Elizabeth Doull (age 23 born New Southgate). Also two boarders.[2]

1915 Died. Of 255 Wightman Road, Hornsey. Probate to Margaret Emma Crossley (wife of Joseph Andrew Crossley).

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1911 Census