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Ernest Henry Arnott

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June 1902. With a Werner.
August 1902. With a Werner.
August 1902. With a Werner.
September 1903. With a Werner.
January 1920. Saxon Motor Car Co

Ernest H. Arnott (1878-1947), competitive motorcyclist

1878 Born the son of Henry Thwaite Arnott

1901 Captain of the Motor Cycling Club

1902 August. Motorcycle (1.75 h.p. Werner) ride from Land's End to John O' Groats in 2 days 17 hours 45 mins.[1]

1903 captain of the Motor Cycling Club.[2]

1904 Ernest H. Arnott (of S. F. Edge, Ltd.)[3]

1914 July. Appointed to take control of Fiat branch at Bristol.[4]

1920 One of the proprietors of the Saxon Motor Car Co

1939 Living at 56 High Road, Cheshunt: Ernest H. Arnott (born 1878), Motor Companies Director, Farmer (Retired). Also Frank H. Arnott (born 1887), Company Director manufacturing engineering components, and Ethel F. Arnott (born 1903), Director of Arnott's Garage.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Monday 04 August 1902
  2. The Motor Cycle 1903/03/31
  3. Western Daily Press - Saturday 19 March 1904
  4. The Autocar 1914/07/04
  5. 1939 Census