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Robert Beldam (1850-1903)

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1850 Born in St. Ives, Huntingdonshire

1881 Robert Beldam 31, coke merchant, lived in Brentford with Mary Beldam 24 Ernest Asplan Beldam 1, Mabel Daisy Mary Beldam, in the house of his brother Asplan Beldam, 39, consulting engineer, with his wife Elizabeth Hannah Beldam 38, and sons George William Beldam 12, Cyril Asplan Beldam 11, Laura Annie Beldam 7 weeks, and cousin Hannah Maria Knowles, 21[1]

1891 Robert Beldam 41, marine engineer, lived in Heston, Hounslow, with Mary Beldam 34, Mabel D M Beldam 10, Florence A K Beldam 9, Wm R Beldam 7, John S Beldam 4, Mary Knowles 71[2]

1892 Established his business: Robert Beldam Ltd

1901 Robert Beldam 51, marine engineer, employer lived in Hounslow, Mary Beldam 44 Mabel D M Beldam 20, Florence A R Beldam 19[3]

1903 Died in Hounslow.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1891 census
  3. 1901 census