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Francis Garth Brown Gemmell

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Francis Garth Brown Gemmell (1875-1952) of Gemmell and Frow

1875 Born in Goole the son of William Gemmell, a ship builder, and his wife Elenor.

1901 Living at 515 Arlably Road, Sculcoates: William Gemmell (age 54 born Renfrew), Ship Builder - Employer. With his wife Elenor Gemmell (age 60 born Durham) and their son Francis G. Gemmell (age 25 born Goole), Accountants Clerk. Also his S-in-law Frederick Fischbeck (age 47 born Malaysia), Banker Foreign, and WG's daughter Margaret R. Fischbeck (age 29 born Goole). One servants.[1]

1905 Married at Sculcoates to Bertha Moses

1911 Living at 61 North Boulevard, Hull, Yorks: Francis Garth Brown Gemmell (age 34 born Goole), Engineer and Iron Founder - Employer. With his wife Bertha Gemmell (age 32 born Hull) and their two sons William Gemmell (age 10 born Hull) and Kenneth Gemmell (age 2 born Hull). One servant.[2]

1952 March 2nd. Died, of 96 Cardigan Road, Bridlington. Probate to his widow Bertha Gemmell and to William Gemmell and Kenneth Gemmell, Engineers.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census