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Thomas Southwood Bush

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Thomas Southwood Bush (1841-1927) of Bush and De Soyres

c1842 Born at Alveston the son of John W. Bush, a magistrate and Landed Proprietor, and his wife Mary

1871 Living at 1 Mount Beacon, Walcot, Somerset (age 29 born Alveston), a Master Engineer. With his widow mother Mary I. (age 66 born Yatton) and his two brothers and a sister. Three servants[1]

1881 A visitor at Belton House, Stanton Drew (age 39 born Alveston), a Mechanical Engineer. In the house of Alfred B. James (age 31 born Bedminster), a brewer, and his family.

1894 Married Eva Florence Impey

1911 Living at 20 Camden Crescent, Bath (age 69 born Alveston). With his wife Eva F. Bush (age 49 born Indian Ocean (at sea). They have been married 16 years - no children. Two servants. [2]

1927 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census