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Arthur Huntley Walker

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Arthur Huntley Walker (c1871- ) of Warwick Wright and Huntley Walker, Huntley Walker and Co and Darracq. Racing motorist and holder of several world records. President of Blackpool Automobile Club. Chairman of the Lancashire Aero Club. Interests in cotton.

1901 Living at 79 Palantine Road, Withington: Arthur Huntley Walker (age 30 born Walton le Dale), Newspaper proprietor. With his wife Louise Huntley Walker (age 29 born Preston) and their two daughters Helen J. Huntley Walker (age 6 born Blackpool) and Marie L. Huntley Walker (age 3 born manchester). Six servants.[1]

1911 Visitor at Clifton Park Club House, Blackpool: Arthur Huntley Walker (age 40 born Preston), Private means. Also Louise Huntley Walker (age 35 born Preston).[2]

1913 A. Huntley Walker was Managing Director of A. Darracq and Co (1905).

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1911 Census