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William Gunther

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Charles William Gunther

c.1836 Born in Prussia, son of Benjamin Adolph Gunther

1861 Naturalised British citizen

c.1863 of the North Moor Foundry Co

1864 Married Ellen Booth

By 1869 seems to have been operating his own business in mechanical and hydraulic engineering at Central Works, Odlham - see W. Gunther

1871 William Gunther 35, manufacturing engineer, employing 14 men, lived in Oldham with Ellen Gunther 27, James Adolph Gunther 5, Ernestine John Gunther 2[1]

1881 William Gunther 46, mechanical engineer, lived in Oldham with Ellen Gunther 37, James Gunther 15, Emilius Gunther 12, Annie Gunther 8, Minnie Gunther 2[2]

1891 Charles Wm Gunther 58, mechanical engineer, employer, lived in Oldham with Ellen Gunther 41, James A Gunther 25, mechanical engineer, Emiline J Gunther 22, mechanical engineer, Annie L A Gunther 18, Wilhelmina Gunther 12, Wilhelm A Gunther 9[3]

1901 William Gunther 55, mechanical engineer, lived in Oldham, with Ellen Gunther 57, James A Gunther 35, mechanical engineer, Emilius J Gunther 32, mechanical engineer, Wilkelnime Gunther 22, Wilm A Gunther 19[4]

1911 Charles William Gunther 75, retired mechanical engineer, lived in Didsbury with James Adolph Gunther 45, Manufacturing Mechanical Engineer, Emilius John Gunther 42, Manufacturing Mechanical Engineer[5]

1922 Died in Bournemouth[6]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1901 census
  5. 1911 census
  6. national probate calendar