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Augustus Greville Mulliner

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Augustus Greville Mulliner (1860- )

1860 Born the son of Francis Mulliner and his wife Charlotte Agnes

1861 Living at Billing Road, Northampton: Francis Mulliner (age 37 born Northampton), Coachbuilder employing 20 men and 6 boys. With his wife Charlotte Agnes Mulliner (age 27 born Northampton) and their three children; Francis Edwin Mulliner (age 5 born Northampton); Agnes Rose Mulliner (age 2 born Northampton); and Augustus Greville Mulliner (age 5 months born Northampton). Three servants.[1]

1900 Carriage builder Francis Mulliner Ltd, lived in West Kirby

1900 Director Mulliner, London

1901 Living at 17 Church Road, Hoylake cum West Kirby: Augustus G. Mulliner (age 40 born Northampton), Carriage Manufacturer - On own account. With his wife Edith S. Mulliner (age 38 born Breward, Staffs.) and son Harold G. Mulliner (age 3 born West Kirby). One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1901 Census