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Hermanus Willem van Raden

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Hermanus Willem van Raden (c1866- ) of H. W. Van Raden and Co

c1866 Born in Holland the son of Marinus van Raden, Artist.

1892 Married in Wakefield to Edith Hanson

1901 Living at 7 Ellys Road, Coventry: Herman W. Vanraden (age 35 born Holland (Dutch subject), Electrician, Electrical Engines. with his wife Edith Vanraden (age 30 born Wakefield).[1]

1908 Mr H. W. van Raden, of Regent St, London, patented an improved magneto[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. The Times, Dec 30, 1908