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Alfred Thomas Scammell

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Alfred Thomas Scammell (1850-1921), born at Donhead, Wilshire the son of Thomas Scammell, a miller of Stalbridge, Dorset. Thomas was the brother of George Scammell

ATS was the nephew in G. Scammell and Nephew

1851 He is aged 1 and living with his parents Thomas (a Miller) and Sara W. at Stalbridge. [1]

1861 He is aged 11 and living with his parents Thomas (a Miller) and Sarah W. at Stalbridge. [2]

Alfred had son Alfred George Scammell born in 1879

1881 In the census he is aged 31 and is a coach and van builder employing about 70 men [3]

1891 He is aged 41, living in Hampstead and listed as a carriage, coach and van builder with his wife Mary and two sons (Alfred G. and Allan H.) and a daughter (Florence). [4]

1901 He is aged 41, living in Hampstead and listed as a van builder (Employer) with his wife Mary and son (Allan G) and daughter (Florence). [5]

These were the founders of Scammell

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1881 Census
  4. 1891 Census
  5. 1901 Census