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(400401) Horace William Charles Fenwick
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Full NameHorace William Charles Fenwick
OccupationSALESMEN AND BUYERS (NOT OTHERWISE DESCRIBED)
Date of Birth20 Dec 1869
Place of OriginBarrackpore, India, Bengal
Date of Death1958-05-04
Place of Death32 Littleover Avenue, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
Age at Death88
Relationships400393 (Horace Benjamin [jnr] Fenwick : father), 400400 (Caroline Clare Spence Carberry : mother), 400402 (Robert Henry Benjamin Fenwick : sibling), 400403 (Gertrude M Minnie Fenwick : sibling), 400404 (Howard Norman Fenwick : sibling), 401428 (Mary Beatrice Scott : wife), 401430 (Florence Edith Mary Fenwick : sibling), 401431 (Arthur Crawford Fenwick : sibling), 401438 (Bertha Mary Fenwick : sibling), 401437 (Alice Maud Mary Fenwick : sibling)
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DundeeSALESMEN AND BUYERS (NOT OTHERWISE DESCRIBED)Generation: 3400117Horace William Charles Fenwick (400401)Horace Benjamin [jnr] Fenwick (400393)Caroline Clare Spence Carberry (400400)Robert Henry Benjamin Fenwick (400402)Gertrude M Minnie Fenwick (400403)Howard Norman Fenwick (400404)Mary Beatrice Scott (401428)Florence Edith Mary Fenwick (401430)Arthur Crawford Fenwick (401431)Bertha Mary Fenwick (401438)Alice Maud Mary Fenwick (401437)Business and Labour HistoryHistoryEconomic History