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Fred Charlesworth (1873-1948) was born in England and emigrated to Canada with his wife, Sarah Ann (neƩ Heward) first settling in Edmonton, Alberta around 1910. He had been a railway worker and in Edmonton worked at a dairy. Around 1918, Fred and Sarah Ann moved to Vancouver, British Columbia where Fred worked in shipping for David Spencer Ltd. Their son, George Charlesworth met Mary Woodcock (1901-1989) in England and the couple married in Vancouver in 1919. George Charlesworth had been employed as a baggage foreman for the C.P.R. He began working for David Spencer Ltd. around the mid-1920s and later became the manager until his retirement in 1948. George and Mary Charlesworth had three daughters, Evelyn (1920-?), Ruth (1927-?), and Vera (1929-?).


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Created 2017-12-18, KB




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