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Frederick William Walker

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Frederick William Walker (c1860-1917) (later Tannett-Walker) probably of Tannett, Walker and Co

c1860 Born at Leeds

1871 Living at 4 Newton Grove, Headingley, Leeds: Benjamin Walker (age 49 born Armley), Engineer. With his wife Sarah Walker (age 51 born Malton) and their six children; Elizabeth Artes (age 26 Holbeck) married with her husband John D. Artes (age 25 born Leeds), Insurance Clerk; Amelia Walker (age 22 born Hunslet); Arthur T. Walker (age 19 born Hunslet); Ann U. Walker (age 17 born Hunslet); Mary L. Walker (age 13 born Hunslet); Frederic W. Walker (age 11 born Hunslet). Two servants.[1]

1891 Living at Carr Manor, Chapel Allerton: Frederic W. Walker (age 31 born Leeds), Civil Engineer, also manufacturer of Engines and Hydraulics and Other Machinery. With his wife Charlotte Walker (age 32 born Tranmere) and their three daughters; Ursula Walker (age 8 born Leeds); Kathleen Walker (age 6 born Leeds); and Phylis Walker (age 5 born Leeds). Four servants.[2]

1911 Living at Carr Manor, Chapel Allerton: Frederick William Tannett-Walker (age 51 born Leeds), Civil and Mechanical Engineer and Employer. With his wife Charlotte Tannett-Walker (age 51 born Tranmere) and their two daughters; Ursula Tannett-Walker (age 28 born Leeds) and Phyllis Tannett-Walker (age 25 born Leeds). They have been married 29 years with 3 children of whom two are living. Three servants.[3]

1917 March 6th. Died in WWI as Colonel in Royal Engineers

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1911 census