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Edward Henry Brooke (1877-1951)
1877 January 28th. Born in Liverpool the son of Charles Berjew Brooke
1881 Living at 1 Hillmarton Road, Islington: Charles B. Brooke (age 41 born Paddington), Metal Merchant. With his wife Jane Brooke (age 41 born Liverpool) and their ten children; Katherine J. Brooke (age 18 born Liverpool); Annie S. Brooke (age 16 born Liverpool); Eleanor Brooke (age 14 born Liverpool); Charles B. Brooke (age 12 born Liverpool); Thomas R. Brooke (age 10 born Liverpool); Mary L. Brooke (age 8 born Liverpool); Daniel W. Brooke (age 7 born Liverpool); John R. Brooke (age 5 born Liverpool); Edward H. Brooke (age 4 born Liverpool); and Margaret J. Brooke (age 1 born Liverpool). Two servants. 
1891 Living at 20 Aberdeen Park, Islington; Charles B. Brooke (age 51 born St. George Hanover Square, London), Tin, Tinplate and General Metal Merchant - Employer. With his wife Jane Brooke (age 51 born Liverpool) and their seven children; Eleanor I. Brooke (age 24 born Liverpool); Thomas R. Brooke (age 20 born Liverpool); Mary L. Brooke (age 18 born Liverpool); Samuel W. Brooke (age 17 born Liverpool); John R. Brooke (age 15 born Liverpool); Edward H. Brooke (age 14 born Liverpool); and Margaret J. Brooke (age 11 born Liverpool). Four servants.
1899 November 29th. Married Beatrice Elizabeth
1911 Living at Redhouse, Mount Pleasant, Swansea: Edward Henry Brooke (age 34 born Liverpool), Metal Merchant - Employer. With his wife Beatrice Elizabeth Brooke (age 34 born Morriston, Glam.) and their son George Henry Brooke (age 8 born Natal, Durban). One servant.
1944 Published 'Chronology of the tinplate works of Great Britain'
1951 February 12th. Died.