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Grave location: A L-3
GERMAINS, Adolph Zalkin
Died Wednesday 15th July 1908, aged 65
Addresses 99, Newington Green Road, Islington, London (1881) 9, Osborn Terrace, Clapham Road, Surrey (1897) 9, Gratton Road, Hammersmith, London (1891) 30, Sulina Road, Wandsworth, London (1899 - 1902) 10, RookstoneRoad, Tooting, London (1906) Ivy Leigh, Occupation Road, Ashby Woulds, Church Gresley (1908) Marriages Emma Children Victor born New York, born 1879 Percival born Islington, born 1881 Pauline born Brixton or New York, born 1884 Nettie born Lewisham, born 1882, died 1893 Rose Frances born Brixton, born 1889 Career Inventor Research Notes and References Naturalisation certificate of Aaron Simon Germains (also known as Adolph Zalkin Germains) from Russia, certificate number A1482 issued 2 Jan 1875. (National Archives) HO45/9375/40024 and HO334/5/1482 London Gazette 16 March 1897 Issue 26832 page 1568 Notice of bankruptcy of Adolph Zalkin Germains, inventor, filed petition 11 Feb 1897 Photographs of smoke preventer on warships, copyright owner Adolph Zalkin Germains of 30, Sulina Rd., Brixton 1899 COPY1/440/21-25 (National Archives) Similar for 1906: Address 10, Rookstone Road, Tooting COPY1/498/4 'Germains Patent as applied to steamers'
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