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Frederick William Campin

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Frederick William Campin (c1863-1930), Stationer/ Draper/ Patent agent?

c1863 Born at Camberwell the son of Frederick William Campin, Agent

1888 Married at Stepney to Eliza Langman. Campin is a Draper and Widower age 23 and the son of Frederick William Campin, Agent

1911 Living at 29 Fleeman Grove, West Bridgford, Nottingham: Frederick William Campin (age 47 born Camberwell), Wholesale Stationer. With his wife Eliza Campin (age 38 born Tottenhall Thorp, Lincs) and their children Mabel Campin (age 23 Sheffield), Frederick William Campin (age 21 born Conningsby) and Hilda Price Campin (age born Conningsby).[1]

1930 Died at Basford, Nottinghamshire.


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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census