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Stephen Francis Pegler

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1852 Born in Bowdon, Cheshire[1] son of Alfred Pegler and Elizabeth Selina Pegler

1861 Alfred Pegler 40, foreign merchant, lived in London with Elizabeth Selina Pegler 37, Susannah Oatavis Pegler 72, Josephine Pegler 11, Stephen F Pegler 8, Francis Pegler 5[2]

1871 Lived with his grandparents in Hailsham, Sussex[3]

1881 India rubber manufacturer, living in East Retford with his parents Alfred Pegler 60, an india rubber manufacturer employing 61 men. 11 boys, 13 women, with Elizabeth Pegler 57, Josephine Pegler 28, Stephen F. Pegler 27, india rubber manufacturer, Francis Pegler 25[4]. The family business was Northern Rubber Co.

1899 With his brother, Frank, provided finance to expand the agency in Glasgow outside rubber products. This became Pegler Brothers and Co

1901 Elizabeth S Peglar 78, widow, lived in East Retford, with Stephen F Peglar 48, india rubber manufacturer, employer, Josephine Peglar 50[5]

1911 Stephen Francis Pegler 58, widower, retired india rubber manufacturer, lived in Retford with his sister Josephine Pegler 60[6]

1937 Died in East Retford[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1901 census
  6. 1911 census
  7. BMD
  • The Pegler-Hattersley Group. An historical review 1871-1971, by Hubert C. Nicholson, 1974