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Walter John Mappin

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Walter John Mappin (1868-1943) of Mappin and Webb

1868 Born in Tunbridge Wells the son of John Newton Mappin

1901 Living at Mount Place, South Mimms: Walter J. Mappin (age 32 born Tunbridge Wells), manufacturing Silversmith - Employer. With his wife Mildred H. Mappin (age 25 born Berkhampstead) and their two sons Walter G. Mappin (age 2 born London) and John R. Mappin (age 8 months born Potter's Bar). Five servants.[1]

1911 Living at Castle Glen, Sandgate, Folkestone: Walter J. Mappin (age 42 born Tunbridge Wells), Chairman of Mappin and Webb - Employer. With his wife Mildred H. Mappin (age 35 born Great Berkhampstead) with their daughter Audrey Mappin (age 7 born Potter's Bar). Also his niece Phyllis Mappin (age 8 born India). Married sixteen years with three children. Six servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census