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William Samuel Henry Hodges

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1911 Living 2 Lothian Villa, Princes Square, St Thomas, Exeter: Marcus Henry Hodges (age 50 born Exeter St. Davids), General Mechanical Engineer and an Employer. With his wife Clara Jane Hodges (age 49 born Stoke Gifford) and their eight children; Minnie Maria Hodges (age 24 born Exeter, St. Sidwell), Photographic Chemist; Annie Louisa Hodges (age 22 born Exeter, St. Sidwell), Dressmaker; Lilian Selina Hodges (age 20 born Exeter, St. Thomas), Photographic Artist; Agnes May Hodges (age 18 born Exeter, St. Thomas); William Samuel Henry Hodges (age 14 born Exeter, St. Thomas); Clara Winifred Hodges (age 12 born Exeter, St. Thomas); Eva Bertha Hodges (age 10 born Exeter, St. Thomas); and Arthur John Marcus Hodges (age 6 born Exeter, St. Thomas). [1]

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  1. 1911 Census