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Thomas Edgar Pemberton (c1849-1905) of Thomas Pemberton and Sons
1851 Living at Ivy Cottage, Oldbury Road, Birmingham: Thomas Pemberton (age 33 born Birmingham), Brass Founder employing 100 men. With his wife Lucy Pemberton (age 31 born London) and their four children; Mary Pemberton (age 5 born Birmingham); Lucy Pemberton (age 3 born Birmingham); Thomas Edgar Pemberton (age 1 born Birmingham); and Ebenezer Johnson Pemberton (age 1 month born Birmingham). Four servants.
1871 Living at 17 Woburn Square, Bloomsbury, London: Henry Stedall (age 26 born Greenwich), Iron Merchant. With his wife Lucy Stedall (age 23 born St. Pancras) and their two children Bertram P. Stedall (age 2 born London) and Edith L. Stedall (age 10 Months born London). Also his brother-in-law Edgar T. Pemberton (age 21 born Birmingham), Brass founder. Two servants.
1905 September 28th. Died. Probate to Elizabeth his widow and to Edward Steer, manufacturer.