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Albert Edward Bingham

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Colonel Sir Albert Edward Bingham (1868-1945) of Walker and Hall

1868 Born the son of John Edward Bingham

1901 Albert E Bingham 32, manufacturing silversmith and cutlery, lived in Hallam, with Louise Bingham 32, Esmedyle Bingham 4[1]

1911 Living at Ranby House, N. Retford, Notts: Albert Edward Bingham (age 42 born Sheffield), Manufacturing Silversmith and Cutler - Employer. With his wife Lucy and his sister-in-Law.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. 1911 Census