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Charles Deudney was resident at 105 (now 116) [[Marina]] at the time of his death. Mr. Deudney was in partnership with his younger brother [[Robert Deudney (1801-1883)|Robert]] as a coal-merchant and ship-owner, and, like his brother, had been a parish officer and a St. Leonards Commissioner for ten years or more. He left a widow and five children<ref name="BMH">Brett Manuscript Histories [[Brett Volume 3: Chapter XXXI - St. Leonards 1844#273|Vol. 3 Chap. {{Roman-to-arabic|XXX1}}]]</ref>.
 
Charles Deudney was resident at 105 (now 116) [[Marina]] at the time of his death. Mr. Deudney was in partnership with his younger brother [[Robert Deudney (1801-1883)|Robert]] as a coal-merchant and ship-owner, and, like his brother, had been a parish officer and a St. Leonards Commissioner for ten years or more. He left a widow and five children<ref name="BMH">Brett Manuscript Histories [[Brett Volume 3: Chapter XXXI - St. Leonards 1844#273|Vol. 3 Chap. {{Roman-to-arabic|XXX1}}]]</ref>.
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Charles Deudney was resident at 105 (now 116) Marina at the time of his death. Mr. Deudney was in partnership with his younger brother Robert as a coal-merchant and ship-owner, and, like his brother, had been a parish officer and a St. Leonards Commissioner for ten years or more. He left a widow and five children[1].

References & Notes

  1. Brett Manuscript Histories Vol. 3 Chap. 30