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Cecil Nathan

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Cecil Nathan (c1873- ) of Certus Gearless Co and E. James and Co (of London)

1911 Living at 7 Campden Mansions, London W: Cecil Nathan (age 38 born London), Manager of company dealing in Asphalt. With his wife Anne Nathan (age 38 born Swansea) and their two children Jack Nathan (age 8 born Walton, Surrey) and Elizabeth Nathan (age 7 born Walton, Surrey). Also his step-son Sydney Trehearne (age 16 born Chiswick). One servant.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census