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George Frederick Milnes

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George Frederick Milnes (c1836- ) of George F. Milnes and Co which became Milnes-Daimler

c1836 Born in Liverpool the son of William Robinson Milnes, Silk Mercer Draper, and his wife Ann

1891 Living at 3 Alexandra Road, Birkenhead: George F. Milnes (age 55 born Liverpool), Tramway and Railway Carriage Manuf. - Employer. With his wife Carmela M. Milnes (age 9 born Greenwich) and their daughter Madeline C. Milnes (age 5 born Birkenhead). Two servants.[1]

1901 Living at Banks Road, Hoylake cum West Kirby: George F. Milnes (age 64 born Liverpool), Company Director - Employer. With his wife Carmela M. Milnes (age 49 born Greenwich) and their son George C. Milnes (age 24 born Birkenhead), Company Manager. Two servants.[2]

1911 Living at 30 Fairview Road. Oxton. Birkenhead: George Frederick Milnes (age 74 born Liverpool), Retired Tram and car Builder. With his wife Carmela Mary Milnes (age 59 born Greenwich) and their daughter Madeline Carmela Milnes (age 25 born Birkenhead). Married 34 years with two children.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census