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Harry Tempert Vane

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Harry Tempert Vane (1875- ) of Napier Motors

1875 Born in Kennington the son of James Vane, a Tailor, and his wife Martha.[1]

1904 Joined S. F. Edge

1911 Living at 38 Kingswood Avenue, Kilburn (age 36 born Kennington), General Manager of Motor Business. With his wife (married thirteen years with four children) Florence Emma Maud Vane (age 35 born Woolwich) and their children Doris Florence Vane (age 12 born Kilburn), Vera Mabel Vane (age 10 born Kilburn), Edward Neville Tempest Vane (age 7 born Kilburn), and Arthur Harry Tempest Vane (age 2 born Kilburn). Two servants. [2]

1913 March. Appointed general manager of Napier Motors[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. The Autocar 1913/03/15