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Frederick Hubbard Reader

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Frederick Hubbard Reader (c1839-1910) of F. H. Reader

1839 March 20th. Born at Bogner Regis.

1862 Married at Exeter to Georgiana Snell and had seven sons and three daughters

1863 Birth of son Charles George Snell Reader - Gramophone dealer in South Wales

1867 Birth of son Frederick William Golsworthy Reader - Printer in Wimbledon

1868 Birth of son Edward John G. Reader - died infant

1872 Birth of son Albert A. Reader - died young

1874 Birth of son John Gregory Hubbard Reader - Coach Builder

1876 Birth of son Reginald Ernest Graham Reader - Coach Builder

1878 Birth of son George Alwyn Reader - Coach Builder

1901 Living at 34 South Street, Exeter: Frederick Hubbard Reader (age 62 born Bogner), Coach Builder. With his wife Georgina and their sons Reginald Reader (age 22 born Barnstaple), Coach Builder; George Reader (age 22 born Barnstaple), Coach Builder; and Kate Reader (age 20 born Barnstaple).[1]

1910 October 17th. Died. Formerly of Barnstaple and later had coach-building business in Exeter with his sons.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Monday 24 October 1910