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c.1870 Born in Manchester
 
c.1870 Born in Manchester
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1903 Dissolution of [[Donat and Doherty]]
  
 
1905 A civil engineer<ref>Baptism of his daughter Kathleen</ref>
 
1905 A civil engineer<ref>Baptism of his daughter Kathleen</ref>

Revision as of 11:11, 22 October 2021

c.1870 Born in Manchester

1903 Dissolution of Donat and Doherty

1905 A civil engineer[1]

1911 Philip Scudamore Doherty 41, mechanical engineer's traveller (pumping), lived in Streatham with Caroline Doherty 41, Muriel Frances Doherty 7, Kathleen Margaret Doherty 6, Philip Terence Doherty 0[2]

1915 of Ritherdon Road, London[3]

1935 Died in Wandsworth[4]

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  1. Baptism of his daughter Kathleen
  2. 1911 census
  3. London Directory
  4. BMD