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Thomas Carlyle Skinner

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Thomas Carlisle Skinner (1882-1958) of Lilley and Skinner and of the S. U. Co (Known as Carl)

1882 Born at Wellingboro the son of William Banks Skinner, a Boot Manufacturer, and his wife Jane Lilly

1901 Living at Sutton Dene, Great Clacton, Essex (age 19 born Hampstead), a Tanning Worker. Living with his parents William B. (age 53 born Rushden), a Leather Merchant and Employer and Isabella (age 42 born Scotland). Also his siblings Emily (age 27 born Irthlingborough), John K. (age 16 born Ealing), Margaret E. (age 14 born Ealing) and William B. R. (age 4 born Ealing). Three servants. [1]

1911 Living at 95 Wood Street, Barnet (age 29 born Hampstead), a General Engineer and Employer. With his wife Kathleen Violet (age 23 born East Barnet). Plus a servant. Married one year and no children. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census