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H. Hamilton Hoyer

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Henry Hamilton Hoyer (1877-1953) born Henrik Theilgaard Hoyer in Denmark. Founder of Chalmer and Hoyer later Hoyal Body Corporation

c.1877 Born in Copenhagen

1901 Henrick Tilegore Hoyer, export hardware merchant, employer, boarding in Handsworth[1]

1901 Henrick Theilgaard Hoyer married Beatrice Alexandra Pullen in West Bromwich[2]

1904 Naturalised British citizen

1911 Henrik Hoyer (age 34) , Hardware merchant (export), employer, lived in Thames Ditton with Beatrice Hoyer (age 34).[3]

1940 His wife, Beatrice Alexander, sometime Beatrice Hamilton, died in Poole; Henry was recorded as an engineer[4]

1953 Died in West Horsley[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. BMD
  3. 1911 census
  4. National probate calendar
  5. National probate calendar