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William Burden

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William Burden (c1867-1948) of Dean and Burden Brothers and later of Scout Motors

1881 Living at 109 Gigant Street, Salisbury: Thomas Burden (age 52 born Durrington, Wiltshire), Carpenter. With his wife Susanna Burden (age 55 born Durrington, Wiltshire) and their four children; Clara Burden (age 25 born Durrington, Wiltshire), School Teacher; Harriet Burden (age 21 born Grately, Hampshire), Housemaid; William Burden (age 14 born Quarley, Hampshire), Assistant to Bicycle Trade; and Albert Burden (age 8 born Grately, Hampshire).[1]

1911 Living at 1a Nelson Road, Salisbury: William Burden (age 44 born Quarley, Hampshire), Managing Director of Scout Motor Works. With his wife Ellen Elizabeth Burden (age 42 born Southampton) and their six daughters; Edith May Burden (age 17 born Southampton); Elsie Maud Burden (age 14 born Salisbury); Winifred Ellen Burden (age 10 born Salisbury); Constance Alice Burden (age 8 born Salisbury); Dorothy Mary Burden (age 6 born Salisbury); and Evelyn Annie Burden (age 1 born Salisbury).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 census