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Edward Snell (2)

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1863. Allibon and Edward Snell’s condensers and superheaters.

Edward William Snell (1834-1891)

c.1834 born in Millbrook, Devon

1861 Edward W Snell 27, mathematical and nautical master, of the Nautical school, Greenwich Hospital, lived in Greenwich West, with Kate E Snell 21[1]

1863 With George Allibon, patented a design of condenser; they were both of Lewisham

1881 Edward W. Snell 47, Schoolmaster (Retired From Greenwich Hospital On Pension), lived in Charlton Next Woolwich, with Kate Snell 41, Elenor Snell 16, Marguerite Snell 2[2]

1891 Died; buried at Virginia Water[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. BMD