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Claude Mortimer Townsend

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Claude Mortimer Townsend (1907-1990)

1911 Living at 23 Wilton Rd, Handsworth, Staffordshire: Charles Ralph Townsend (age 28 born Leicester), Consulting and Manufacturing Engineer - Employer. With his wife Matilda Townsend (age 28 born Birmingham) and their three children; Marjorie Townsend (age 5 born Handsworth); Claude Mortimer Townsend (age 3 born Handsworth); and Kathleen Lilian Townsend (age 2 born Handsworth).[1]

1939 Living at Rangoon, Lode lane, Solihull: Charles R. Townsend, Consulting and Manufacturing Director of Engineering Company, with his wife and six children including Claude M. Townsend, Technical Director of Engineering Co.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 Census