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John Frederick Crundall

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July 1903. With a Humber motor cycle.

John Frederick Crundall (1882-1936) of Humber

1903 August. 'The Five-mile Motor-cycle match between J. F. Crundall and T. H. Tessier was spoiled through Tessier falling and cutting his hand after going two miles one lap. Crundall was thereupon declared the winner.'[1]

1905 Court case where a car he was driving and belonging to a car manufacturer of Beeston was in collision with a cart. He is described as a motor car salesman and driver.[2]

1907 Married in Islington to Annie Judkins. JFC is a motor car salesman.

1911 Living at 157 Isledon Road, London N.: Frederick Crundall (age 59 born Enfield), Embosser and Chaser of Silver Goods. With his wife Louisa Crundall (age 56 born Clarkenwell) and their two children; Ada Crundall (age 23 born Holloway), Clerk in Motor Firm; and John Crundall (age 29 born London), Commercial Traveller in Motor Manufacturer. Also John's wife Annie Crundall (age 28 born Stevenage) and their son Eric Crundall (age 3 born Beeston).[3]

1916 Living in Coventry.[4]

1929 Living at 129 Alexandra Park Road, Wood Green, manager of an Automobile Repair Depot.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Sportsman - Monday 17 August 1903
  2. Leominster News and North West Herefordshire & Radnorshire Advertiser - Friday 17 November 1905
  3. 1911 Census
  4. 1916 Kelly's directory of Warwickshire
  5. On son Eric receiving Freedom of the City of London