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Clarence Dalrymple Smith

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c.1866[1] Born in Kensington and Chelsea, London, son of Thomas Eustace Smith and Martha Mary Smith[2]

1891 Lodging in Newcastle, wire rope works manager with Launcelot E Smith 22, machine engineering student[3]

1911 Clarence Dalrymple Smith 43, wire rope manufacturer, living in Hexham with Cicely Smith 29, Charles Clarence Smith 6, Dorothy Dalrymple Smith 4, Lancelot Eustace Smith 2 and his sister in law Leslie Foster, 20[4]

1914 Managing Director of Thomas and William Smith

1941 Died in Northumberland

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 England Census
  2. Baptism
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1911 census