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Arthur Bartram Snell

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Arthur Bartram Snell (c1861-1942)

c1861 Born the son of Edward Snell

1871 Living at 7 Culver Road, Saltash, Cornwall: Edward Snell (age 50 born Barnstaple), Retired Civil Engineer - Landowner, 3 Persons. With his wife Charlotte E. Snell (age 46 born London) and their eight children; George S. Snell (age 15 born Geelong, Australia); Edward L. Snell (age 14 born Geelong, Australia); Henry B. Snell (age 12 born Richmond, Surrey); Arthur B. Snell (age 10 born Saltash); Charles S. Snell (age 9 born Saltash); Alfred C. Snell (age 8 born Saltash); Kate Emily Snell (age 6 born Saltash); and Frederick A. Snell (age 3 born Saltash). Three servants.[1]

1886 January 9th. Married in Upper Holloway to Emma Tomkin (1864–1943)

1911 Living at 74 Forest Hill Road, East Dulwich: Arthur Snell (age 51 born Wall, Cornwall), Experimental Engineer - Office Labour-Saving Appliances. With his wife Emma Snell (age 48 born Buckfastleigh, Devon) and their daughter Doris Snell (age 11 born Hammersmith). Married 25 years with three children.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census