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Daniel Henry Hurley

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Daniel Henry Hurley (1868- ) of Aero and Marine Engine Co, Coventry Aero and Marine Engine Co, Forman Motor Co and Johnson, Hurley and Martin

1868 Born in Hackney

1900 Partnership dissolved. '...Alexander Cooper Cameron and Daniel Henry Hurley, carrying on business as Tailors and Hosiers, at Nos. 25 and 26, Hertford-street, in the city of Coventry, under the style or firm of Cameron and.Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent...'[1]

1911 Living at 9 King Richard Street, Coventry (age 43 born Hackney), a Petrol Engine Manufacturer. With his wife (married ten years with three children) Florrie (age 33 born Coventry) and their children Edward (age 8 born Coventry), Dorothy (age 6 born Coventry) and Leonard (age 4 born Coventry). [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Gazette Issue 27177 published on the 27 March 1900. Page 43 of 88
  2. 1911 Census