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George Richard Tweedie

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George Richard Tweedie (c1858-1937)

Born the son of William Tweedie, a Publisher.

1891 Living 54 Hawley Square, Margate, Kent: George R. Tweedie (age 33 born Fulham), Analytical Chemist and Lecturer. With his wife Alice M. Tweedie (age 36 born Redcar) and their two children Maurice G. Tweedie (age 6 born Middlesbrough) and Hilda M. Tweedie (age 5 born Broadstairs). One servant.[1]

1911 Living at 12 Wellington Road Hastings: George Richard Tweedie (age 53 born Fulham), Political Agent - Disengaged. With his wife Alice Mary Tweedie.[2]

1921 Married(2) at Wandsworth to Emily Harriett Dowse

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census