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Family of George HUBBER and Elizabeth Ann PILLER

Husband: George HUBBER (1866-1928)
Wife: Elizabeth Ann PILLER (1869-1947)
Children: Elizabeth Mary HUBBER (1893-1976)
William George HUBBER (1909-1989)
Marriage Q4 1892

Husband: George HUBBER

Name: George HUBBER1
Sex: Male
Father: Robert HUBBER (1827- )
Mother: Susan SCREECH (1831-1909)
Birth 29 Oct 1866 Crediton , Devon, England
Occupation Carter, Labourer, Brewer
Death 20 Sep 1928 (age 61) Exeter, Devon, England

Wife: Elizabeth Ann PILLER

Name: Elizabeth Ann PILLER1
Sex: Female
Father: James PILLER (1844- )
Mother: Mary Ann GREEN (1827- )
Birth 10 Jan 1869 Ide, Devon, England
Death 9 Apr 1947 (age 78) Exeter, Devon, England

Child 1: Elizabeth Mary HUBBER

Name: Elizabeth Mary HUBBER1
Sex: Female
Birth 30 Nov 1893 Exeter, Devon, England
Death 4 Aug 1976 (age 82) Exeter, Devon, England

Child 2: William George HUBBER

Name: William George HUBBER1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Irene Maud BEER (1908-1951)
Birth 9 Dec 1909 Exeter, Devon, England
Death 23 Jun 1989 (age 79) Exeter, Devon, England

Note on Husband: George HUBBER

In 1881 George is living with his parents. In 1891 he is living with sister Emma and her husband at Hawkins Buildings. On his marriage certificate he and Elizabeth are described as living at 10 Beaufort Road, St Thomas, Exeter. In 1901 they are living at 3 Brewery place, St Thomas Exeter. In 1912 they are at 15 Okehampton Street Exeter, where they are shopkeepers. They later moved back to Beaufort Road, No 36, where they lived for the rest of their lives.

Note on Wife: Elizabeth Ann PILLER

In 1881 Elizabeth is living in Ide village with her parents and brothers. In 1891 she is housekeeper for her widowed father and brother at Ide.


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