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Archibald Gilbey Gold

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c.1870 Born in Middlesex

1871 He and his family were staying in Bishops Stortford with Arthur Nockolds[1]

1881 At school in Bishops Stortford[2]

1890 Entered Christ Church College, Oxford[3]

1897 married Ethel Blyth in Marylebone[4]

1901 Archie Gold 31, living on own means in Stansted, Bishops Stortford with Ethel Gold 25, Patricia Gold 2, Peter Gold 3 months[5]

1911 Archie Gold 41, Director of Pritchetts and Gold Ltd, electrical manufacturers, lived in Stansted with Ethel Gold 35, Patricia Gold 12[6]

By 1923 he was Sir Archibald[7]

1935 Died in Romney Marsh[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. Oxford Men and their colleges
  4. BMD
  5. 1901 census
  6. 1911 census
  7. Marriage of his daughter
  8. BMD