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Charles Augustine Kelley

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c.1853 Born in Handsworth

1870 Worked in the Superintedent's Office of the Great Western Railway at Chester[1]

1872 Resigned

1881 Manager of an iron foundry, lived in Oxford with Julia F. Kelley 27[2]

1891 Iron founder, lived in Oxford, with Julia F Kelley 38, Sybil M Kelley 9, Robin Kelley 7, Gerald Kelley 5[3]

1910 Died in Brentford[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Railway Employment records
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. BMD