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Charles George Garrard

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February 1903. Clement-Garrard.

Charles George Garrard

1881 Born in Bethnal Green, son of Charles Riley Garrard and his wife Ellen

1901 Charles R Garrard 45, mechanical engineer, employer, lived in Ladywood, Birmingham, with Ellen F Garrard 41, May Garrard 21, cycle cashier, Ellen F Garrard 20, Charles G Garrard 19, assistant manager, cycle engineer, worker, Ernest Garrard 18, foreman, cycle engineer, worker[1]

1906 of "Lidcote," Brockley Grove, Brockley, S.E.

1911 Charles George Garrard 29, tool draughtsman in the Ordnance Factory, lived in Coventry with Edith May Garrard 26, Ernest Charles Garrard 5[2]

1918 Divorced

1921 Married Lavinia M Edwards in London[3]

1939 Manager & Director Machine Tool Manufacturer, lived in Newport, Mon[4]

1949 Lived in Newcastle Upon Tyne[5]

1952 Died in Tynemouth[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. 1911 census
  3. BMD
  4. 1939 register
  5. Register of Electors
  6. BMD