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Bernard Hopps

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Bernard Hopps (c1879- )

c1879 Born in leicester the son of John P. Hopp, a Unitarian Minister, and his wife Mary

Worked at BTH

1908 Article on 'The London Motor Omnibus Problem'.[1]

1908 Formed Mascot Co

1911 Living at 75 Hillmorton Road, Rugby: Bernard Hopps (age 31 born Leicester), Electrical Engineer - Motor Car Industry - Employer. With his wife Ethel Hopps (age 32 born Anerley) and their two daughters Worthy May Hopps (age 7 born Rugby) and Rosemary Nancy Hopps (age 3 born Rugby). Two servants.[2]

1916 of the Lodge Sparking Plug Co

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