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Kew, George Charles

Station Rd, Aldeburgh

In 1869 Post Office directory George Charles Kew is listed as a brewer & coal merchant.

In the 1871 census George Kew (35y/born Norwich) is located in Station Rd, Aldeburgh and listed as a brewer employing two men and one boy. He is listed together with a wife, Sarah and four children - they would appear to have only been here a short while as his first child, Ellen was born in Newmarket circa 1864. At least two children are subsequently registered in Aldeburgh (Edith circa 1869 and Arthur circa 1871) - the next listed child, Adelaide is born in Gorleston circa 1874) - also see 1891 census (below).

Listed in the 1874 edition of White's Suffolk Trades Directory at Station Rd, Aldeburgh in Suffolk.

In the 1881 census George C Kew (44y/born Norwich) is located in the High St. Gorleston (now Norfolk) where he is listed as a brewer and wine merchant - together with his wife, Sarah and 7 children.

In 1891 census George C Kew (55y/born Norwich) is located in the High St. Gorleston (now Norfolk) where he is listed as a brewer - together with his wife Daisy S? and 7 children one of which, Arthur (20y/born Aldeburgh) is also listed as a brewer manager. A Frederick Kew (19y) is also listed as a border and brewery pupil.

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