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William Dunham

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William Dunham (c1829-1894) of Clarke and Dunham

1861 Living at High Street, Epping: William Dunham (age 32 born Gt Morden, Camb), Millstone balancer. Also numerous other relations.[1]

1891 Living at Lorina villas, Howard road, Leytonstone: William Dunham (age 62 born Gt. Marden, Camb), Editor and Journalist. With his wife Georgina E. Dunham (age 59 born Easham, Norfolk) and their two children; Leontius W. Dunham (age 21 born Leytonstone); and Thomas C. Dunham (age 15 born Leytonstone). Two servants.[2]

1894 December 6th. Died. ' his residence, Lorina villas, Howard road, Leytonstone, Essex. William Dunham, of Clarke and Dunham, and founder of "The Miller", in his sixty-fifth year.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. Morning Post - Wednesday 12 December 1894