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Edmund Walter Tyrell Richmond

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Edmund Walter Tyrell Richmond (1864-1902) of Richmond Gas Stove and Meter Co

1864 Born in Leicester[1]

1881 Edmond Head Richmond 39, traveller, leather trade, lived in Leicester, with Elizabeth Richmond 48, Elizabeth Fanny Foster Richmond 18, Edward Walter Tyrell Richmond 16, wholesale ironmonger,Ellen Ann Inchley Richmond 12, George Ernest Richmond 10, Ethel Lucy Richmond 8, Frank Herbert Richmond 7[2]

1891 E Walter Richmond 26, gas engineer and commercial traveller, lived in Ormskirk with Laura Richmond 27, Dorothy L Richmond 2, Francis Walter Richmond 10 months[3]

1900 A gas engineer, admitted to Freedom of the City of London

1900 Arrived in Queenstown, Ireland from New York, a civil engineer[4]

1901 E W T Richmond 35, gas and stove meter manufacturer, employer, lived in Romford with Laura Richmond 37, Dorothy Louis Richmond 12, Benie E F S Richmond 8[5]

1902 of Chelsea, died in Cornwall[6]


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  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
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  5. 1901 census
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