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Henry Lewis Doulton

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Memorial (inside) at West Norwood Cemetery.

1853 Born in Stockwell, son of Henry Doulton

1876 Admitted to the Freedom of the City of London

1881 Became a partner in his father's business, presumably Henry Doulton and Co

1885 A manufacturer, when he married Jessie Maria White in Wandsworth[1]

1898 Chairman and managing director of the new public company, Doulton and Co Ltd[2]

1904 Associate member of the Inst of Civil Engineers[3]

1911 Henry Lewis Doulton 58, potter, employer, lived in Cranleigh with Jessie Maria Doulton 53[4]

1930 Died at Putney Heath[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Parish records
  2. The Times, December 3, 1898
  3. Civil Engineer records
  4. 1911 census
  5. National probate calendar