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George Henry Maberly

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February 1912.

George Henry Maberly (1836-1901) of Thrupp and Maberly

1836 November 4th. Born in Marylebone the son of George Maberly and his wife Bethia Blades Palmer

1851 Living at 44 Abbey Road, St. Marylebone, London: George Mably (age 54 born Marylebone), Coach Builder. With his children Marianne Mably (age 17 born Marylebone); Ellen P. Mably (age 16 born Marylebone); George H. Mably (age 14 born Marylebone); Agnes Mably (age 12 born Marylebone); Alice H. Mably (age 10 born Marylebone); and Clara Mably (age 9 born Marylebone). Three servants.[1]

1858 Joined the coachbuilding business which later became Thrupp and Maberly.

1881 Living at 35 Randolph Crescent, Paddington: George H. Maberly (age 44 born Marylebone), Coachbuilder Master. With his wife Ellen M. Maberly (age 50 born Paddington and their son Gerald C. Maberly (age 10 born Marylebone). Also his nephew Theodore A. Apple? (age 17 born St. James, Mddx), Commercial Clerk, Bookseller. Two servants.[2]

1901 December 30th. Died. '30th Ult., at 121 Maida Vale, London, George Henry Maberly, J.P., aged 65 years.'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. Mid Sussex Times - Tuesday 07 January 1902