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George Webb (1863-1941)

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George Webb (1863-1941) of the Ganarew Cycle Co and later the Monmouth Motor Co

1863 Born in Bledington, Gloucs.

1900 Patent George Webb and Hubert Beach, Monmouth. Variable speed gears for motor cars.[1]

1901 George Webb (age 37), cycle works manager, lived in Ganarew, South Herefordshire, with Annie Margret Webb (age 37), Maurice Henry Webb (age 7).[2]

1903 Manager of Ganarew Cycle Co

1906 Manager of the Monmouth Motor Co

1911 George Webb (age 47), motor dealer and repairer, employer, lived in with Annie Margaret Webb (age 47), Maurice Henry Webb (age 17), assistant motor dealer/repairer, Bera Margaret Webb (age 6) Mary Irene Webb (age 5)[3].

1941 Died in the Forest of Dean[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Western Mail - Monday 09 July 1900
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census
  4. BMD