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Oscar Lawrence the vanishing Pearman!

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Oscar Lawrence Pearman (also spelt Pearmain) was born in 1852 at Shoreditch (Birth Certificate), in 1899 his daughter had him on her Marriage certificate as "Deceased" but thanks to Emeltee on this board I now have his death certificate and he died in 1940 at Coulsdon, Surrey, his home address is given as 124 Camberwell Road SE5.
The informant is N. Stoner, Daughter. I have not found a daughter for him with the first-name beginning with N, nor a Pearman/Stoner marriage. So am now working backwards and would greatly appreciate any info from the 1901 (or 1911?) census on Oscars whereabouts please?
Thanks for any replies.
 

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