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Otto Rudolph Oppermann

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Otto Rudolph Oppermann (c1881-1947) of Oppermann and Sons

1891 Living at 8 Scott Villas, Tottenham: Carl Oppermann (age 52 born Germany, British subject), Mechanical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Elizabeth Oppermann (age 47 born Knightsbridge) and their ten children; Charlotte Oppermann (age 20 born Islington); Ernst Oppermann (age 18 born Islington), Electrical Engineer; Marie Oppermann (age 16 born Islington); Wilhelm Oppermann (age 13 born Islington); Olga Oppermann (age 12 born Islington); Otto Oppermann (age 10 born Leytonstone); Hugo Oppermann (age 9 born Leytonstone); Hildegard Oppermann (age 8 born Leytonstone); Pear Oppermann (age 6 born Hammersmith); and Fritz Oppermann (age 2 born Islington).[1]

1911 Living at 208 Victoria Road, Alexandra Park, Wood Green: Otto Rudolf Oppermann (age 30 born Leytonstone), Mechanical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Margaret Caroline Oppermann (age 29 born Newington) and their three sons; Otto Carl Oppermann (age 6 born Harringay); Ernest Reginald Oppermann (age 4 born Harringay); and John Stanley Oppermann (age 2 born Harringay). One servant.[2]

1947 December 13th. Died in London. Probate to his widow Margaret Caroline.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census