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George Hayter Chubb

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Sir George Hayter Chubb (1848-1946) of Chubb and Sons and W. J. Bush and Co

1848 Born in Pentonville, London[1] son of John Chubb

1871 John Chubb 55, lock and safe maker to the Queen, employing 200 men, lived in Lambeth with Eliza B Chubb 33, Priscilla J Chubb 20, Thomas P Chubb 4, Elizabeth D Chubb 3, Edward G Chubb 1, Alice M Chubb 9 Months, George H Chubb 22, lock and safe maker, son and visitor, Sarah V Chubb 21[2]

1872 After the death of John Chubb, his 3 sons were managing directors of Chubb and Sons

1911 George Hayter Chubb 62, lock and safe manufacturer, lived in Chislehurst with Sarah Vanner Chubb 61, Ethelwyn Early Chubb 35[3]

Conferred baronet

1946 Died in London[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1911 census
  4. national probate calendar