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William Mundell Thornton

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Professor William Mundell Thornton (c1870- ) of Armstrong College

ca.1870 Born the son of William Henry Thornton, a Secretary.

1898 Married at Anfield to Mary Lomsa Dawson

1911 Living at 24 Hampstead Road, Fairfield, Liverpool: Joseph Henry Burrell Thornton (age 46 born Liverpool0, Book Keeper - Draper (Single). With his mother Anness Elizabeth Thornton (age 76 born London), Widow. Also his brother William Mundell Thornton (age 41 born Liverpool), Professor of Electrician Engineering. Also his nephews Brian Mundell Thornton (age 11 born Liverpool) and Horace Thornton (age 10 born Ovingham-on-Tyne).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census