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Alfred Collyer Bristow

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Alfred Collyer Bristow (c1860-1903), a partner in Barker and Co (Coachbuilders)

1901 Living at Beddington Place, Beddington, Surrey: Andrew A. Collyer Bristow (age 75 born Farnham), Solicitor. With his wife Augusta G. Collyer Bristow (age 51 born Warwick) and their four children; Alfred Collyer Bristow (age 41 born Marylebone), Coachmaker - Employer; Mary E. Collyer Bristow (age 37 born Beddington, Sy); Grace Collyer Bristow (age 24 born Beddington, Sy); and John Collyer Bristow (age 21 born Beddington, Sy). Also his niece Nancy Goodchild (age 5 born Pimlico). Seven servants.[1]

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  1. 1901 Census