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(101822) Joseph Taverner
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Full NameJoseph Taverner
OccupationCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS
Date of Birth1847
Place of OriginBristol, Gloucestershire, England
Date of Death1929-06-01
Place of DeathHackney, London, England
Age at Death81
Relationships101817 (Joseph Taverner : father), 101818 (Margaret Taverner : mother), 101820 (Ann Taverner : sibling), 101821 (Caroline Taverner : sibling), 101819 (Hannah Taverner : sibling), 101825 (Gertrude Taverner : wife), 103029 (Bernard Taverner : child), 103030 (Leonora Mary Isabel Taverner : child), 103031 (Naomi Margaret Mary Taverner : child), 103032 (Veronica Mary Agnes Taverner : child), 103033 (Walter Taverner : child), 103923 (Henry Taverner : sibling), 103924 (Emma Taverner : sibling)
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BristolCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTSGeneration: 2100557Joseph Taverner (101822)Joseph Taverner (101817)Margaret Taverner (101818)Ann Taverner (101820)Caroline Taverner (101821)Hannah Taverner (101819)Gertrude Taverner (101825)Bernard Taverner (103029)Leonora Mary Isabel Taverner (103030)Naomi Margaret Mary Taverner (103031)Veronica Mary Agnes Taverner (103032)Walter Taverner (103033)Henry Taverner (103923)Emma Taverner (103924)Business and Labour HistoryHistoryEconomic History