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Horace Everett Dyball

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Horace Everett Dyball (1868-1933) of Gunton Sons and Dyball

Born the son of Alfred Dyball, a Founder, and his wife Eliza Everett

1911 Living at Hall Farm, Braconash, Norfolk: Eliza Dyball (age 69 born Sprowston, Norfolk), Farmer - Employer - Widow. With her four children; Horace Everett Dyball (age 42 born Weasenham, Norfolk), Ironmonger - Employer; Annie Agusta Dyball (age 36 born Weasenham, Norfolk) Assistant in Dairy; Alice Emma Dyball (age 34 born Weasenham, Norfolk) Assistant in Dairy; and Alfred Dyball (age 29 born Raynham, Norfolk), Assistant Farm Manager. Also a visitor.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census