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Charles Markt

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Charles Markt (c1863- ) of Markt and Co

1897 Marriage announcement. 'It is made known herewith that the marriage will take place of CHARLES MARKT, merchant, of Milwaukee. U.S A., living in London, 23. Avenue-road, Crouch-end, son of John Markt and Dowaeer Louise (nee De Vintschgert. London, and MARIA VICTORIA CRESCEN i IA /.ABLER, living at Baden-Baden, daughter of Hermann /.abler and his wife, Victoria (nee Schweudeniann), both living at P. .d-n-Bad. n.—Baden-Baden and London. July 3rd, 1897.'[1]

1901 Living at 23 Church Crescent, Muswell Hill: Charles Markt (age 38 born USA), Import Merchant - Electric Goods, and Employer. With his wife Maria Markt (age 26 born Germany) and their children Louise V. Markt (age 2 born London), John H. Markt (age 1 born London), and Maria A. Markt (age 4 Months born London). Two servants. [2]

Changes name from Markt to Marks

1911 Living at 23 Church Crescent, Muswell Hill: Charles Marks (age 48 born Milwaukee, USA), Managing Director, Electric Accessories Manufacturing and an Employer. With his wife (married 13 years with six children) Maria Marks (age 37) and their children Louise Marks (age 12), John Marks (age 11), Marianne Marks (age 10), Vera Marks (age 9), Eleanore Marks (age 6), and Viola Marks (age 5). One servant. [3]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Standard - Saturday 14 August 1897
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1911 Census