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David Hunter Bonnella

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David Hunter Bonella (c1840- ) of D. H. Bonnella and Son

c1840 Born at Barry, Forfarshire, Scotland the son of James H. Bonnella, a surgeon, and his wife Elizabeth

1891 Living at 58 Mortimer Street, Marylebone: David H. Bonnella (age 50 born Scotland), Ivory Turner. With his wife Eliza M. Bonnella (age 45 born St. James, London), Ivory Turner's Assistant, and their son Albert J. Bonnella (age 22 born Marylebone), Ivory Turner's Assistant. Also his niece Bella B. Ramsay (age 21 born Scotland), Ivory Turner's Assistant and single. One servant.[1]

1911 Living at 29 King's Road, Ealing: David Hunter Bonnella (age 71 born Forfarshire), Electrical Engineer and Ivory and Hard Wood Turners - Employer. With his wife Eliza Mary Bonnella (age 65 born Westminster). Also his sister Alice Rose Batson, Commercial Clerk - Single. Also a visitor and one servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census