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Thomas Harding Churton

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Thomas Harding Churton (1866-1941) of T. Harding Churton and Co

b. 1866; s. of Thos. Churton, M.D.; in. in 1898, Ethel B. Nicholson of Middleton Hall, Leeds.

Ed. Privately and in the Yorkshire College of the Victoria University.

1911 Living at 8 Hillary Place, Leeds: Thomas Harding Churton (age 44 born Erith), Electrical Engineer (Manufacturer and Employer). With his wife Ethel Blanche and two children and two servants.[1]

1922 Electrical Engineer, Atlas Works, Water Lane, Leeds. T. A.: "Magnet, Leeds." T. N.: 24291.

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  1. 1911 Census