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Arthur Dewick


Full name of worker at H.M. Factory Gretna (and any other names they are known by): Arthur Dewick  


Gender: Male

Date and Place of Birth: 3rd March 1877, Marylebone, London  

Date and Place of Death: 1960, Ealing, London

Nationality: British


Childhood: She was the 3rd child  


Parents: Frederick and Anne Elizabeth nee Cook 

Parent’s occupations: Coachman  


Schools / universities attended and years of attendance: Norwood St Marylebone Schools run by the guardians of the poor of the parish 1891 census.


Occupation: Accountant  

Place of residence at Gretna: 7R West, Gretna  

Job title at Gretna: N/K


Marital status: Married Violet Elinor Freeman.

Children: 4, 3 survived  

Travels: N/K

Awards/recognitions: N/K


Trivia / any other information:

Arthur Dewick was born on 3rd March 1877 at Marylebone, London to Frederick and Anne Elizabeth nee Cook.  


1881 – living at 1 and 2 Red Lion Yard, Bloomsbury. Arthurs the 3rd child. Father is a coachman.  


1891 – at ‘Norwood St Marylebone Schools belonging to the guardians of the poor of this parish’ aged 12.


Q2-1900 married Violet Elinor Freeman at Paddington.  


1901- 56, Sutherland Avenue, Paddington, London. A farrier’s clerk.  


1911- Colm Villa, Bath Road, Colnbrook, Buckinghamshire. 8 rooms. Secretary to a corset and underwear manufacturer. Had 4 children, 3 survived.  


WW1 – employed at H M Factory Gretna as an accountant living with wife, Violet, at 7R West, Gretna. (Electoral register). Too old for active military service 


1921- Arthur, Violet Elinor, Frederick Arthur and 1 other are in the record in Chiswick, London  


1939- living at Brentford. Accountant and ARP warden, paid.  


April 1960- died Ealing, West London.

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