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Edmund James Arnold

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Edmund James Arnold (1840-1918) of E. J. Arnold and Son

1840 May 28th. Born in Sherborne, Dorset, the son of James Arnold, a Tailor and Woolen Draper, and his wife Ann.

1871 Listed in Leeds as a Stationer employing 3 men and 1 boy.[1]

1881 Living at 10 Moorland Road, Leeds: Edmund J. Arnold (age 40 born Sherborne, Dorset), Stationer employing 18 adults and 10 boys and girls. With his wife Elizabeth Arnold (age 40 born London) and their three children; Edmund G. Arnold (age 15 born Barnstaple); Mary E. Arnold (age 13 born Barnstaple); and Lucy M. Arnold (age 11 born Barnstaple). Also his sister-in-law Margaret Eagleton (age 56 born London). Two servants.[2]

1911 Listed as a retired stationer.[3]

1918 September 28th. Died in Leeds.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1911 census