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(202281) Philip Henry Mules
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Full NamePhilip Henry Mules
OccupationPHYSICIAN, SURGEON, REGISTERED PRACTITIONER, INCLUDING POOR LAW HOSPITALS DOCTORS ETC
Date of Birth1844
Place of OriginIlminster, Somerset, England
Date of Death1905-09-01
Place of DeathOld Parsonage, Gresford, Cheshire, England
Age at Death61
Relationships202282 (Alice Arabella Buckley : wife), 202280 (Muriel Alice Augusta Mules : child), 202286 (Philip Austin Mules : child), 202287 (Grace Oliver Mules : child)
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BrightonPHYSICIAN, SURGEON, REGISTERED PRACTITIONER, INCLUDING POOR LAW HOSPITALS DOCTORS ETCGeneration: 2200760Philip Henry Mules (202281)Alice Arabella Buckley (202282)Muriel Alice Augusta Mules (202280)Philip Austin Mules (202286)Grace Oliver Mules (202287)Business and Labour HistoryHistoryEconomic History