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Frederick Arthur Power

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c.1863 Born in Coleshill, son of Frederick Augustus Power

Presumably took over the family business which became F. A. Power and Son and then Frederick A. Power and Sons (Saltley)

1911 Frederick Arthur Power 48, wire manufacturer, employer, lived in Meriden, with Ellen Marry Power 44, Eric Arthur Power 23, wire manufacturer, employer, Cyril Frederick Power 19, wire manufacturer, worker, Gerard Patrick Power 17, brass copper roller (lathes), Brian Christopher Power 14, Frederick Roffey Power 5, Betty Winnefred Power 8 months[1]

1957 Died in Christchurch, Hants[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. National probate calendar