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Albert Arthur Hughes

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Albert Arthur Hughes (c1885-1964) of Mears and Stainbank at the Whitechapel Bell Foundry

1885 July 11th. Born the son of Arthur Hughes, Bell Founder, and his wife Emma Sharples

1901 Living at 32 Whitechapel Road, London E: Arthur Hughes (age 39 born London), Managing Bell Foundry. with his wife Emma and sons Albert A. Hughes (age 15 born Birmingham), Robert A. Hughes and Leonard A. Hughes.[1]

1910 Married at Hackney to Ann Lilian Smith

1911 Living at 161 Cavendish Drive, Leytonstone, Essex: Albert Hughes (age 26 born 34 Whitechapel Road, London), Commercial Clerk at Bell Foundry. With his wife Annie and daughter Kathleen.[2]

1912 Birth of son William Arthur Hughes

1939 Living at Stepney, a Church Bell Founder. With Annie L. Hughes.[3]

1964 August 11th. Died - of 32 and 34 Whitechapel Road. Probate to William Arthur Hughes, Bell Founder.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. 1939 Census