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Edward Lloyd Pease

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1861 Born son of Henry Pease (1807-1881) and his second wife, Mary Lloyd.

1885 Subscriber to the incorporation of Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Co

1902 He devised a building system that could be quickly erected, and as quickly taken down, without the employment of any tools demanding skill. Several buildings were constructed by the Pease's Tubular Construction Syndicate, Limited, of Darlington.

1911 Edward Lloyd Pease 50, living on private means in Darlington with Helen Blanche Pease 45, Michael Lloyd Pease 20, blast furnace chemist, Cyril Pease 19, coke oven chemist, Mary Cecilia Pease 18, Helen Maud Pease 9[1]

1934 Died in Darlington[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. BMD