Hurden William Mote1,2
M, #191, b. circa March 1884, d. 28 June 1937
|(Witness) Census||Hurden William Mote appeared on the census of 1891 in the household of Hurden Barraclough Mote and Charlotte Annie Banfield at 17 Whately Road, Dulwich St Clements, Camberwell, Surrey, England.1 |
|(Witness) Census||Hurden William Mote appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Hurden Barraclough Mote at 4 Shirley Gardens, Hanwell, England; Susan Dew was listed as the Housekeeper.5 |
|Occupation||Hurden William Mote was a Cheesemonger's Porter in 1901.5 |
|Occupation||He was a carman (furniture remover) in 1911.6 |
|Census||He and Rose Haywood appeared on the census of 2 April 1911 at 61 Endsleigh Road, West Ealing, Brentford, Middlesex, England; the dwelling had two rooms.6 |
|Milit-Beg|| He served during the first World War in the Middlesex Regiment as a Private. His Regiment Number was 4731 and he has a Medal Card in the National Archives (catalogue reference WO 372/14.)7 |
- [S7] 1891 England Census.
- [S6] UK Registered BDMs, , Marriage 1909 Q4 Brentford 3a 343.
- [S3] FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Death Camberwell 1884 Q1 1d 884.
- [S6] UK Registered BDMs, , death Hammersmith 1937 Q2 1a 285.
- [S12] 1901 England & Wales Census.
- [S101] 1911 England & Wales Census.
- [S31] NA-DocumentsOnline, online http://www.documentsonline.nationalarchives.gov.uk
- [S6] UK Registered BDMs, , Death - Ealing April 1988 Vol: 12 Page: 82 Reg. No: 488.