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Arthur James Lucas Salmons

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Arthur James Lucas Salmons (c1876-1955) of Salmons and Sons

1881 Living at 53a Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell: Joseph Salmons (age 45 born Newport Pagnell), Coachbuilder. With his wife Mary Salmons (age 40 born Bowsbury, Herefordshire) and their four children; George Salmons (age 12 born Newport Pagnell); Mary E. Salmons (age 10 born Newport Pagnell); Joseph W. Salmons (age 8 born Newport Pagnell); and Arthur J. L. Salmons (age 5 born Newport Pagnell). In the next house is Thomas Salmons and family.[1]

1900 of Newport Pagnell Motor Car Syndicate

1911 Living at 61 Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell: Arthur James Lucas Salmons (age 35 born Newport Pagnell), Motor Carriage Builder - Employer. With his wife Mary Elizabeth Vivian Salmons (age 35 born Newport Pagnell) and their two children Frederick Charles Salmons (age 6 born Newport Pagnell) and Margaret Vivian Salmons (age 2 born Newport Pagnell). One servant.[2]

1955 September 29th. Died.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census