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1901 census source RG13; Piece: 657; Folio: 174; Page: 20 place London North Wimbledon dwelling schedule 78, 5 Lansdown Road, Private School for Girls Olive H Cranswick 12 boarding school? Hunmanby
1911 census source RG14; Piece: 28909, district 526 ed1 place Hunmanby dwelling Field House John Cranswick head m 57 Farmer Rudstone Charlotte Cranswick wife m 55 Bridlington Ernest John Cranswick son 30 Invalid Burton Agnes Olive Harriet Cranswick dau 22 Dairy work Hunmanby Alan Cranswick son 20 Assisting Farm Hunmanby Vera Cranswick dau 19 Dairy work Hunmanby Jack Cranswick son 16 Assisting Farm Hunmanby Eric Cranswick son 13 School Hunmanby Jessamine Audrey Cranswick dau 10 School Hunmanby
1915, Olive Cranswick serve with the British Army, British Red Cross Society Volunteers 1925, Olive Cranswick left UK for Mobasa, Kenya 1929, Olive Cranswick left UK for Mobasa, Kenya
Passenger arrival, 22 may 1945, ship Andes
Liverpool from Cape Town, Free town, South Africa
Olive harriet Cranswick aged 56
Olive H. Cranswick married 16aug1945 Bromsgrove to widower Arthur W. Showell who had first married 1910 to Louise mary Dugard with whom he had 2 children. Louise M Showell died junqt1942 aged 59 16 jan 1923 Wilfred Showell Manufacturer visited USA next of kin Wife 39 Norman road, Northfields, Birmingham Arthur and Louise visited usa apr1924 Arthur W Showell manufacturr visited usa 1938
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On August 16th 1945 at Holy Trinity Church, Lickey, Worcs.
By the Rev. P. Rigby , Rector of Birmingham.
Arthur W. Showell of Blackwell, Worcs. to
Olive H. Cranswick of Nakuru, Kenya.
Stirchley west midlands souce wikipedia
Edwin Showell and Sons: Showell and Barnes were founded in 1790, in Loveday Street. By 1820 they were trading as Edwin Showell and Sons, manufacturing door springs and architectural brassware
After Edwin died his two sons, Charles and Edwin Alfred ran the company. The move to the Stirchley Brass Foundry in Charlotte Road took place in c1902. The property included an attractive Elizabethan red brick farmhouse, called Ivy House or Nine Elms into which Charles Showell moved. The factory gradually expanded to include the whole site and the farmhouse, which had fallen into disrepair, was demolished.
During World War I they produced 100,000 Enfield oilers for Birmingham Small Arms Company rifles.
In 1956 they were taken over by Josiah Parkes and Sons.
1891 census source RG12, piece 2461, Folio 61, Page 2 place Solihull, distrct 4 Dwelling 5,Brookland Homer Rd, Charles Showell,Head M, 46, Brassfounder, Employer, Birmingham Warcs Elizabeth Ann Showell,Wife M, 40 Liverpool Lancashire Charles Phipson Showell,Son, S, 18, Brassfounder,Employed, Harbourne Staffordshire Ilfa Gertrude Showell,Daur, S 12 Schlr Solihull Warwickshire Arthur Wilfred Showell,Son, S 9 Schlr,, Solihull Warwickshire
Arthur W Showell died marqt1967 Bromsgrove aged 84 Arthur wilfred Showell was born junqt1882 Solihull he was a Brass Founder / Manufacturer in 1911 census Olive harriet Showell died marqt1972 Seisdon, Staffordshire birth given as 10dec1888, GRO birth registered marqt1889
1948 Arrivals Southampton, S.S. Klipfontain, Holland Africa line Arrived October 26th Via Daka, Departed Beira, Mozambique From Mombassa, Ist Class, Showell, Arthur W. 66 Hazlemere, Blackwell, Manufacturer Showell, Olive H. 59 Bromsgrove, Worcs.
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