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Albert Brown

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Albert Brown (c1867- ) of Brown Brothers

c.1867 Born in Bradwell, Essex, son of William Brown

1881 William Brown 55, farmer, of 656 Acres employing 31 Men 6 Boys 8 Maltster & 1 Man, lived in Braintree, with Marian Porter Brown 26, Andrew Brown 22, Clement Porter Brown 18, Albert Brown 14, Ernest Brown 12, Frederick Brown 11, Peter Brown 9[1]

1911 Living at 136 Bedford Court Mansions, London WC: Albert Brown (age 44 born Braintree), Merchant (Cycle and Motor) - Employer and single. With three female visitors. One servant.[2]

1918-19 President of the SMMT

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1911 Census