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Joseph Hilbert De Mattos

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Joseph Hilbert de Mattos (1869- )

1869 Born in Hackney son of Edward De Mattos and his wife Caroline

1871 Caroline Demattos 35, merchant's wife, lived in West Hackney with Alfred E Demattos 13, Ernest T Demattos 12, Elizabeth G Demattos 8, Frederick E Demattos 7, Cecil G H Demattos 5, Edith C A Demattos 3, Joseph H Demattos 2, Sydney F Demattos 7 Months[1]

1885-8 Apprenticed with J. Wood and Sons, mechanical engineers, of Swanley Junction

1888-91 Worked for John Dickinson and Sons, of Sunderland

1891-1901 Principal of Eddison and De Mattos, agricultural and road locomotive engineers

1897 Married Emma Sophia Stewart in Kensington[2]

1901 After the firm was converted into a limited company, continued as managing director and chief engineer

1904 of 2, Victoria Terrace, Weymouth; Managing director of the Eddison Steam Rolling Co., Ltd. Club: A.C.G.B.

1904 Chief Engineer and Managing Director of Eddison and De Mattos Ltd[3] when he was elected a member of the I Mech E.

1911 Joseph Hilbert De Mattos 42, engineer, employer, lived in Weymouth with Emma Sophia De Mattos 47[4]

1913 Hilbert Joseph De Mattos, lived in Melcombe Regis, Dorset[5]

1937 John H. De Mattos died (is this the same person?); registered in Bournemouth[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. BMD
  3. Mechanical engineer records
  4. 1911 census
  5. Electoral register
  6. BMD