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Caroline Maud Davis

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Caroline Maude Davis (1890-1972) of the Stainless and Non-Corrosive Metals Co

1890 Born in Greetland, Yorks., the daughter of John Henry Grant Davis, Ironfounder - Employer

1911 Living at The Hawthorns, Sutton Road, Walsall: John Henry Grant Davis (age 47 born Leeds), Ironfounder - Employer. With his wife Caroline Anna Davis (age 42 born Yks) and three daughters; Caroline Maud Davis (age 20 born Yks); Dorothy Margaret Davis (age 18 born Yks); and Mary Davis (age 14 born Yks).[1]

Employed by William Trow and Sons.

1939 A typist, living in Swanage[2]

1972 Died in Stroud[3]

More information here [4][5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 register
  3. BMD
  4. [1] Magnificent Women website: 21: Caroline maude davis
  5. [2] Magnificent Women website: Top 100 (Historical) Women in Engineering List Launched