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William Hucks

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c.1842 Born in St George East, London

1871 Distiller, living in Shadwell with his father who ran a cooperage[1]

1881 Civil engineer Gilbey's Distillery, living in St Pancras[2]

1891 William Hucks, mechanical engineer, age 49, living in Stanstead, Suffolk, with Kate E Hucks 42, George H Hucks 18, William Hucks 17, Samuel G Hucks 15, Frank Hucks 13, Edger J Hucks 8, Bentfield C Hucks 6, Hesper M Hucks 5[3]

1910 William Hucks of Camden Town, Middlesex, died at Bad Kissingen, Bavaria; executors were William Hucks, engineer, and William Crosbie Gilbey, wine merchant[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. National Probate Calendar