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Walter Santler

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Walter Santler (1867-1942)

1891 Living at Northumberland Villa, Leigh, Worcestershire: Thomas Santler (age 67 born London), a Builder and Employer. With his wife Mary A. (age 60 born Islington) and their children Minnie (age 29 born Thrunston, Herefd.), Charles Santler (age 26 born Enyas Harsed, Herefd.), Engineer and Bicycle Maker and Employer; Bertha (age 25 born Hereford); and Walter Santler (age 23 born Tarington, Herefd.), Engineer and Bicycle Maker and Employer. [1]

1911 Walter Ring Santler living at Briton House, Somers Park Avenue, Malvern Link (age 44 born Tarrington, Herefd.), General Engineering and Employer. With his wife (married ten years with one child) Lydia Mary (age 45 born Bath) and their son Frank Walter Ring Santler (age 6 born Malvern). [2]

Walter went on to become resident engineer at Ampleforth College, where they had fitted an electric generator in the 1890s

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census