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Walter Pring

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Walter Pring (c1832-1910) of Norman and Pring

c1832 Born at Pitminster, Somerset, the son of John Pring

1857 Married at Taunton to Anne Abbott Carter 1881 Living at 28 David's Hill, Exeter: Walter Pring (age 49 born Pitminster, Som.), Brewer and maltster employing 36 hands. With his wife Ann Abbot Pring (age 50 born Charlton Adams, Som.) and their three sons Frederick Arthur Pring (age 20 born Taunton) and Walter John Pring (age 15 born Exeter) and Horace Reginald Pring (age 11 born Exeter). Also his FIL Thomas Carter (age 87 born Salcombe Regis), Retired Farmer.[1]

1880/81 Mayor of Exeter.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. Exeter Mayors