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Henry John James

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Henry John James (c1864-1938) of 135 Cowick st. St. Thomas & 63 Bonhay rd, Exeter (1914)

c1864 Born in Exeter the son of John James, an Accountant, and his wife Mary

1911 Living at 135 Cowick Street, St Thomas, Exeter: Henry John James (age 47 born St Thomas, Exeter), Electrical Engineer Lighting, Bells, Telephones Dealer and Fitter - Employer. With his wife Jessie James (age 43 born Newton St. Cyres).[1]

1938 July 14th. Died. Of 135 Cowick Street. Probate to his widow Lily James.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census