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William Henry McMenemey

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W. H. McMenemey.

William Henry McMenemey (c1874-1946), director and engineering manager of of Cammell, Laird and Co

c1874 Born at Birkenhead

1891 Living at 93 Church Street, Birkenhead: Julia McMenemey (age 49 born Ireland), Office Keeper (Laird's Shipyard) and a Widow. With her two children; William H. McMenemey (age 17 born Birkenhead), Apprentice Engine Fitter; and Ann M. McMenemey (age 10 born Birkenhead). One servant.[1]

1911 Living at 444 Park Road, North Birkenhead: William Henry McMenemey (age 37 born Birkenhead), Engineer's Draughtsman - Shipbuilding and Engineering. With his wife Frances Annie McMenemey (age 26 born Birkenhead) and their son William Henry McMenemey (age 5 born Birkenhead). Also his sister-in-Law Lilian Rankin (age 19 born Birkenhead). One servants.[2]

1946 February 24th. Died

1946 Obituary [3]

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