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Alan Barcham Green

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Alan Barcham Green (1866-1950) of Taylor and Bodley

1866 Born at Loose, Kent, the son of John Barcham Green, Paper Manufacturer, and his wife Emma Crandall

1871 Living at Tovil House, Maidstone: John B. Green (age 47 born Sevenoaks), J.P., Landowner, Paper manufacturer employing 36 men, 58 women and 2 boys. With his wife Emma Green (age 45 born Maidstone) and their eight children; Maurice Green (age 6 born Loose); Alan B. Green (age 4 born Loose); Kate Green (age 16 born Loose); Margaret Green (age 11 born Loose); Norah Green (age 9 born Loose); Isabel Green (age 8 born Loose); Lilian Green (age 7 born Loose); and Ellen Green (age 3 born Loose). Also his niece Jessie Barcham (age 23 born Mundsley, Norfolk), Farmer's daughter. Six servants.[1]

1891 Married at Wellingborough to Emily Gertrude Morris

1911 Living at 4 The Quadrant, Exeter: Alan Barcham Green (age 44 born Loose, Kent), Jobbing Engineer, Foundry - Employer. With his wife Emily Gertrude Green (age 45 born Cheltenham) and their three daughters; Hilda Gertrude Green (age 18 born Heaton, Northumberland); Cecile Green (age 17 born Heaton, Northumberland); and Marjorie Grace Green (age 11 born Exeter). Also his brother Maurice Green (age 46 born Loose, Kent), Tin Mine Manager and Employer. Two servants.[2]

1950 March 20th. Died age 84. Of Vermont, 60 St. Leonards Road, Exeter.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census