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Alfred Kerry

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Alfred Kerry (1847-1905), manager of the East London Rubber Co

1847 Born in Edmonton[1]

1877 Alfred Kerry was manager of the new company, East London Rubber Co, when it opened for business.

1881 India rubber manufacturer, lived in Shoreditch with Julia Kerry 30, Alfred J. Kerry 1[2]

1891 Living at 1 St. Georges, Shernhall Street, Walthamstow: Alfred Kerry (age 44 born Edmonton, Mddx.), India Rubber Merchant - Employer. With his wife Julia Kerry (age 40 born Bures, Suffolk) and their three children; Mabel Kerry (age 17 born North Bow); Florance B. Kerry (age 157 born North Bow); and Alfred J. Kerry (age 11 born Stratford). One boarder. One servant.[3]

1901 India rubber merchant, employer, living in Croydon, with Julia Kerry 50, Florence B Kerry 25, Alfred J Kerry 21, india rubber merchant[4]

1905 Died in West Ham[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 Census
  4. 1901 census
  5. BMD
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