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Frederick Rough

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Frederick Rough (c1858- ) of F. Rough and Co

1885-1890 From births of his children he was in Australia between these dates.

1897 Bankrupt. Frederick Rough, 2lA Commercial Road and 58 Eign Street, Hereford, cycle engineer and agent.[1]

1900 Summoned for furiously driving.[2]

1901 Living at 20a Commercial Road, Hereford: Frederick Rough (age 43 born Whitlingham), Engineer - Employer. With his wife Fanny Rough (age 40 born Leominster) with their five children; Fredk Rough (age 16 born Charles Town, Queensland, Australia), Assistant in Cycle Works, Machinery Apprentice; Florence Rough (age 14 born Hurstville, NSW, Australia); Ruby Rough (age 13 born Richmond, NSW, Australia); Maud Rough (age 11 born Queensland); and Ida Rough (age 9 born Sheffield).[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Edinburgh Gazette Publication date:26 October 1897 Issue:10930 Page:1019
  2. Hereford Journal - Saturday 06 October 1900
  3. 1901 Census