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Joseph Van Hooydonk

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Joseph Van Hooydonk (1866-1936) of J. Van Hooydonk

1866 November 4th. Born in Brussels the son of Pierre Van Hooydonk

1901 Living at 736 Holloway Road, Islington: Joseph Van Hooydonk (age 34 born Belgium, Dutch subject), Cycle Manufacturer - Employer. With is wife Georgina Van Hooydonk (age 27 born Bristol) and their son Stanley J. Van Hooydonk (age 2 born Holloway).[1]

1909 October 16th. became a naturalised British subject.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census