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British Industrial History

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Alfred Mountain Fowler

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1877. Throstle Nest Bridge, Manchester.

Alfred Mountain Fowler (c1836-1914), Salford Borough Engineer

1911 Living at Woron Everard Road, Rhos-on-Sea, Colwyn Bay: Alfred Mountain Fowler (age 75 born Leeds), Civil Engineer and Surveyor and Widower. With his children Annie Mary Fowler (age 50 born Leeds); Maud Catherine Fowler (age 40 born Leeds); and Henry Chaplin Fowler (age 36 born Salford), Civil Engineer (Unemployed). One servant.[1]

1914 June 1st. Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census