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William Hugh Smith

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William Hugh Smith (c1875- )

Born the son of William Samuel Smith, a Brewer.

1906 Married in Wareham to Ida Mary Fookes

1911 Living at Waverley House, London Road, Waterlooville, Cosham, Hants: William Hugh Smith (age 36 born Aspley Guise, Beds), Electrical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Ida Mary.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census