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Johann van Toll

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Johann van Toll (1860-1913)

1860 August 14th. Born in Arnhem, Holland.

1884 Married in Arnhem to Elise De Vries

1891 Moved to England

1896 Joined Daimler

1900 of 18, Radford Street, Coventry (Director Thames Valley Motor Car Co).

Combined with H. G. Burford to produce the New Orleans.[1]

1911 Living at 58 Whitton Rd, Twickenham: John Van Toll (age 50 born Holland), Motor Engineer - Motor Car and Launch Trade - Own Account. With his wife Florence Emmeline Van Toll (age 45 born Hackney) and their three children; John Harry Van Toll (age 15 born Fulham), Insurance Clerk; Thomas Scott Van Toll (age 13 born Bedworth); and Philip James Van Toll (age 7 born Twickenham).[2]

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