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George Henry Cox

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George Henry Cox (1867-1944)

1867 Born in Portsea

1891 George H Cox 62, a general dealer (shop), lived in Portsea, with Alice Cox 50, Louisa Cox 25, George Cox 24, shipwright, Charles Cox 22, coach builder, Harry Cox 20, boat builder, shipwright, Florence Cox 17, Grace Cox 14, Jessie Cox 11, Alice Cox 8[1]

1894 Married Rosa Maud Easterbrook in Portsea Island[2]

1895 Appointed shipwright at Portsmouth Dockyard by the Admiralty[3]

1896 A cycle factor when he joined the Carnarvon Lodge, Havant[4]

1901 Managing director of a cycle company, lived in Portsmouth with Rosa M Cox 31, George A Cox 5[5]

1907 His company, G. H. Cox Southsea Cycle Co was put into liquidation

1911 George Henry Cox 43, managing director of a motor company, lived in St Edwards Road, Southsea, with Rosa Maude Cox 41, George Aubrey Cox 15[6]

1918 Appointed temporary lieutenant in the Hampshire Motor Volunteer Corps[7]

1939 Retired motor factor, staying at the Green Park Hotel in Bournemouth, with Rosa M Cox[8]

1944 Died in Bournemouth[9]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. BMD
  3. The Edinburgh Gazette 9 April 1895
  4. Freemason records
  5. 1901 census
  6. 1911 census
  7. The London Gazette 22 March 1918
  8. 1939 register
  9. BMD