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Edward Henry Hearl

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Edward Henry Hearl (1866-1907) of Hearl and Tonks

1866 Born in Bristol

1884 Married in Kings Norton to Rosina Benford

1891 Machinist and fitter, living in Aston with Rosena Hearl 24, Marce M Hearl 5, Alexander Hearl 3, Eugenie Hearl 1[1]

1892 Set up Hearl and Tonks

1901 Living at Lingfield, Anderton Park Road, Kings Norton: Edward H. Hearl (age 36 born Bristol), Cycle Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Rosina Hearl (age 35 born Birmingham) and their four children; Marie R. Hearl (age 15 born Birmingham); Alexander Hearl (age 13 born Birmingham); Eugenie Hearl (age 11 born Birmingham); and Edward Hearl (age 9 born Birmingham). One servant.[2]

1907 Died in Solihull[3].

His son Edward went to work in a cycle tool room (1911).

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. BMD