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Albert E Temple1872

Name
Albert E Temple
Surname
Temple
Given names
Albert E
Birth 1872 26 22
Birth of a brotherWilliam Ernest ‘Billy’ Temple
6 March 1874 (Age 2 years)
Source: B.Cert
Birth of a sisterAnnie H ‘Minnie’ Temple
1876 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a sisterMargaret ‘Maggie’ Temple
1878 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a sisterFlorence J ‘Flossie’ Temple
1879 (Age 7 years)
Birth of a brotherHenry J Temple
1880 (Age 8 years)
Death of a brotherHenry J Temple
1880 (Age 8 years)

Census 3 April 1881 (Age 9 years)
Birth of a sisterLilly Temple
1883 (Age 11 years)
Birth of a brotherArthur Temple
1884 (Age 12 years)
Publication: RG13 3495 111 19 104
Birth of a sisterEdith ‘Moss’ Temple
1886 (Age 14 years)
Publication: RG13 3495 111 19 104
Birth of a sisterEthel ‘, or Etty’ Temple
1887 (Age 15 years)
Publication: RG13 3495 111 19 104
Death of a fatherEdward Temple
from 1891 to 1901 (Age 19 years)

Publication: RG13 3495 111 19 104
Note: Date of death deduced from census 1901 and age of children
Census 1891 (Age 19 years)
Census 31 March 1901 (Age 29 years)
Publication: RG13 3495 111 19 104
Censusyes

Publication: RG14PN22624 RG78PN1327 RD455 SD10 ED14 SN47
Quality of data: questionable evidence
Occupation
Shipping Clerk
1901 (Age 29 years)

Death of a brotherWilliam Ernest ‘Billy’ Temple
30 November 1933 (Age 61 years)
Cause: Ceasure (heart attack)
Source: D.Cert
Citation details: W.Derby 8b 731
Death of a sisterAnnie H ‘Minnie’ Temple
1946 (Age 74 years)

Death of a sisterMargaret ‘Maggie’ Temple
1948 (Age 76 years)

Death of a sisterFlorence J ‘Flossie’ Temple
1949 (Age 77 years)

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father
mother
Marriage: 8 March 1869St. James, Walton on the Hill, Lancs
22 months
elder sister
3 years
himself
2 years
younger brother
3 years
younger sister
3 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
2 years
younger brother
4 years
younger sister
2 years
younger brother
3 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
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himself
wife
daughter
Private

CensusCensus 1891 (5th April) 8 North View, West Derby, Liverpool, Lancs,
CensusCensus 1901 (31 March), 10 Edge Lane
Publication: RG13 3495 111 19 104
CensusCensus 1911 (3rd April) 6 Stanley St, Fairfield, Liverpool
Publication: RG14PN22624 RG78PN1327 RD455 SD10 ED14 SN47
Quality of data: questionable evidence
Note
As the eldest son, he inherited his father's estate. He was employed by The Henry Willis Co, the organ manufacturers. He was well known and respected by this company, and was known by the successive Henry Willises as "Uncle Temple". He was a sharp operator, and the company have many stories to tell about him. The story that he had bought 51% of the shares is over stated. (Henry Willis would never have sold control of his business). Instead, it is possible that he had 5 shares in the same manner as the other directors. He always worked for the Liverpool branch, and the current management are often coming across his letters in their correspondence. I will be making a visit to the head office - now located in Liverpool, and hope to learn more - one or two men still live who new him. He is thought to have died in the 1960's. He lived in a large house in Hoylake, with a gardener and chauffeur. I had hoped to make a link between this man, the organ in the Chapel Windsor Castle, and his great nephew Edward Bell who was deputy Head Chorister. However, the only Henry Willis organ in the Castle was in St Georges Hall, and was destroyed by the fire in the 1990's.
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