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Thomas Hurst Hodgson

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Thomas Emmanuel Hurst Hodgson of Bedford, gent

1862 Born Blyth

1901 Resident at St Mary's Abbey, Bedford St. Mary, aged 39, born at Blyth, Northum. Manager of a public company. Living with his wife Millicent, three daughters and one son (Malcolm aged 4 months) plus six servants. [1]

1909. Examined in bankruptcy proceedings of the National Union Society. Appears he was declared bankrupt. [2]

1917 Founder member of Plessey Co

1934. Declared bankrupt again [3]

1939. 24th June. Died aged 78 at 34 Cardington Road, Bedford. [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Gazette Issue 28221 published on the 5 February 1909
  3. THE LONDON GAZETTE, 23 OCTOBER, 1934
  4. The Times Monday, Jun 26, 1939