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William Beard Lake

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William Beard Lake (1870-1945) of Lake and Elliot

1870 Born at Felstead, Essex, the son of Frederick Crompton Lake

1891 Living at Cypress House, The Street, Rayne, Essex: Frederick C. Lake (age 45 born Rayne), Agricultural Implement Maker - Employer. With his wife Emily Lake (age 40 born Great Coggeshall) and their two children; William B. Lake (age 20 born Felstead), Agricultural Implement Maker; and Annie E. Lake (age 13 born Felstead). One servant.[1]

1911 Living at Tollgate House, Coggeshall Road, Braintree: William B. Lake (age 41 born Felstead), Director of Company - Motor and Cycle Accessories - Iron and Steel Castings. With his wife Martha A. Lake (age 39 born Bradwell, Northants.) and their four children; Elizabeth M. Lake (age 11 born Braintree); Frieda M. Lake (age 9 born Braintree); Crompton J. Lake (age 4 born Braintree); and Maud M. Lake (age 1 born Braintree). Two Servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census