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Lancelot Eustace Smith

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1868 Born; baptised in Kensington and Chelsea son of Thomas Eustace Smith and Martha Mary Smith[1]

1891 Lodging in Newcastle, machine engineering student, with Clarence Smith, wire rope works manager[2]

1898 Married Fanny Elizabeth R Doyne in Dublin

1911 Managing Director Of Ship Building And Ship repairing Company, Launcelot Eustace Smith 42, living in Corbridge on Tyne with Fanny R E Smith 43[3]

1920 chairman of Smiths Dock Co

1940 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. Baptism records
  2. 1891 census
  3. 1911 census