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Percy John Bullivant

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of Bullivant and Co

c1867 Born in Hackney the son of William Munton Bullivant and his wife Mary Browne Pelham

1871 Living at 8 Clapton Terrace, Hackney: William Bullivant (age 42 born Kennington), Wire Rope and Telegraph Manufacturer. With his wife Mary M. Bullivant (age 37 born Rotherhithe) and their six children; Agnes Bullivant (age 11 born Hackney); Frederick Bullivant (age 9 born Hackney); Rose M. Bullivant (age 8 born Hackney); Thomas T. Bullivant (age 6 born Hackney); Percy J. Bullivant (age 4 born Hackney); and Lettany Bullivant (age 2 born Hackney). Three servants.[1]

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  1. 1871 Census