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British Industrial History

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Cecil Lightfoot

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Cecil Lightfoot (1875-1923)

1875 Born at Walker-on-Tyne the eldest son of Thomas Bell Lightfoot.

1881 Living at 2 Granville Park, Lewisham: Thomas B. Lightfoot (age 31 born Newcastle-upon-Tyne), Mechanical Engineer. With his wife Emilie A. Lightfoot (age 30 born Durham) and their three children; Cecil Lightfoot (age 6 born Walker-on-Tyne); Gerald Lightfoot (age 3 born Walker-on-Tyne); and Evelyn Lightfoot (age 1 born Walker-on-Tyne). Two servants.[1]

1902 November. Letter concerning liquid air as a motive power.[2]

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