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1891 Living in Leeds with George O Joy  59, employer, seed crusher and East India merchant, George H P Joy  28, merchant's clerk, Richard E Joy  24, articled clerk, '''Alexander O Joy'''  22, merchant's clerk<ref>1891 census</ref>
 
1891 Living in Leeds with George O Joy  59, employer, seed crusher and East India merchant, George H P Joy  28, merchant's clerk, Richard E Joy  24, articled clerk, '''Alexander O Joy'''  22, merchant's clerk<ref>1891 census</ref>
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1903 Married Madeleine Blake in Leeds<ref>BMD</ref>
  
 
1960 Died in Roehampton<ref>National Probate Calendar</ref>
 
1960 Died in Roehampton<ref>National Probate Calendar</ref>

Latest revision as of 13:02, 22 May 2017

Alexander Outhwaite Joy

1868 Born in Leeds, son of George Outhwaite Joy and his wife Harriett[1]

1891 Living in Leeds with George O Joy 59, employer, seed crusher and East India merchant, George H P Joy 28, merchant's clerk, Richard E Joy 24, articled clerk, Alexander O Joy 22, merchant's clerk[2]

1903 Married Madeleine Blake in Leeds[3]

1960 Died in Roehampton[4]


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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1891 census
  3. BMD
  4. National Probate Calendar