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James Eglinton Anderson Gwynne

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James Eglinton Anderson Gwynne (c1833-1915) of Gwynne and Co

c.1833 Born, son of John Gwynne, Senior

1861 Living at 19 Hanover Terrace, London with his widowed mother Agnes (age 54 and born in Scotland) and a Proprietor of Houses. In this family group are James E. Gwynne (age 28 and born in Ireland), a Civil Engineer; Mary A. Gwynne (age 24 and born in Ireland); John Gwynne (age 23 and born in Ireland), a Civil Engineer; Henry A. Gwynne (age 21 and born in Ireland), a Civil Engineer. Plus two servants and a visitor Margery Crawford, sister of Agnes[1].

1871 Living at 97 Harley Street, Marylebone, London; James E. A. Gwynne (age 38 born Ireland), J.P., F.S.A., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.M.E., (Civil Engineer. With his wife May E. Gwynne (age 30 born Scotland) and their children; Reginald Gwynne (age 7 born Marylebone); Evelyn M. Gwynne (age 5 born Marylebone); and Neville G. Gwynne (age 2 born Marylebone). Also his sister-in-law Katherine G. Purvis (age 27 born Scotland). Six servants. [2].

1882 James Eglinton Anderson Gwynne was running Gwynne and Co.

1911 Living at Manor House, Folkington, Polegate, Sussex: James Eglinton Anderson Gwynne (age 77 born Bushmills, Antrim), Retired Civil Engineer J.P, F.S.A., M.Inst.C.E., Farming - Own account. With his wife May Earl Gwynne (age 67 born Inverkethling) and their daughter Dorothy Blanch Egburton Gwynne (age 32 born Folkington, Sussex). Also his sister-in-law Kate Charlotte Purvis (age 64 born Saline, Scotland). Twelve servants.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1911 Census