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Claude Maurice Browne

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Claude Maurice Browne (c1881- )

1881 Born the son of Thomas Brooks Browne[1] and his wife Marion Bousquet. Brother of Tom Bousquet Browne

1903 April 16th. Married in Kensington to Ellen Beatrice Dean

1911 Living at 63 Onslow Gardens, South Kensington: Claude Maurice Browne (age 30 born Fortis Green, London), Managing Director of a Commercial Motor Vehicle Manufacturer. With his wife Ellen Beatrice Browne (age 32 born Islington) and their three children; Claude Henry Browne (age 6 born South Kensington); Thomas Browne (age 4 born South Kensington); and Beatrice Kathleen Browne (age 2 born South Kensington). Eight servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. founder of the advertising agency T. B. Browne
  2. 1911 Census