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John Henry Rowse

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1864 Born in Dublin

1888 Married Annie Janette Paskin in King's Norton[1]

1891 John H Rowse 26, commercial traveler, lived in Edgbaston with Annie J Rowse 26, Arthur W Rowse 2, Gladys J M Rowse 9 months[2]

1894 Presumably this was the person who carried on Imperial Cycle Co

1901 John H Rowse 37, cycle dealer, lived in Paddington with Edith Rowse 23, Hector Rowse 1, Gladys Rowse[3]

1911 John Henry Rowse 47, manager, cycle works, lived in Gunnersbury with Edith Maude Rowse 33, Hector Seymour Rowse 11, Edward Percival Rowse 9, John Henry Rowse 4[4]

1939 John Henry Rowse, managing director, lived at Tow Path, Sunbury, with Edith Maude Rowse (b.1878)[5]

1947 Died in Paignton; executors Henry Seymour Rowse and David Munro Rowse[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1891 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. 1939 register
  6. National Probate calendar