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Henry George Norrington

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Henry George Norrington (c1852- ) of H. Norrington and Son

ca.1852 Born the son of Henry Norrington

1861 Living at 2 Bartholomew Street, Exeter: Henry Norrington (age 42 born Ottery, Devon), Manure and Implement Merchant. With his wife Matilda Norrington (age 42 born Exeter) and their four children; Henry George Norrington (age 9 born Southampton); James Palmer Norrington (age 8 born Southampton); Mary Belinda Norrington (age 6 born Southampton); and Matilda Norrington (age 4 born Exeter). Two servants.[1]

1873 Married in Tiverton to Harriet Edwards

1891 Living at 17 New North Road, Exeter: Henry G. Norrington (age 39 born Southampton), Manure Merchant and Implement Dealer. With his wife Harriet Norrington (age 40 born Tiverton) and their nine children; Mary Norrington (age 16 born Exeter); Annie Norrington (age 14 born Exeter); Henry Norrington (age 11 born Exeter); James Norrington (age 9 born Exeter); Matilda Norrington (age 8 born Exeter); Enid Norrington (age 6 born Dawlish) George Norrington (age 4 born Exeter); Muriel Norrington (age 2 born Exeter); and Marjorie Norrington (age 2 born Exeter). One servant.[2]

1911 Living at 67 Bitton Street, Teignmouth: Henry George Norrington (age 59 born Southampton), Salmon Fisherman.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1911 Census