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Harry Skelton

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Harry Skelton (1854-1914)

Born the son of Daniel Skelton, Contractor.

1861 Living at Overden, Yorkshire: Daniel Skelton (age 37 born Overden), Contractor employing 100 men. With his wife Grace Skelton (age 33 born Hebden Bridge) and their four children; Harry Skelton (age 6 born Overden); Rate Skelton (age 4 born Overden); Frank Skelton (age 2 born Overden); and Ella Skelton (age 9 months born Overden).[1]

1911 Living at 175 Great Dover Street, Southwark: Harry Skelton (age 56 born York), Engineer Managing Director. With his wife Isabella Dixon and their three sons.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1911 Census