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John William Fisher Crouch

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John William Fisher Crouch (1883-1952) of Crouch Motors

1883 February 18th. Born the son of John Crouch (1856- ), a Hat Manufacturer

Commenced work with Daimler

1901 Living at 29 Basses Lane, Coventry: John Crouch (age 45 born Shraton, Dorset), a (?) Contractor and Employer. With his wife Sarah A. Crouch (age 52 born Atherstone) and their son John W. F. Crouch (age 18 born Atherstone), a Motor Fitter. One Servant. [1]

1911 Living at 15 Carlton Range, Hyde Rd, Manchester: John William Fisher Crouch (age 29 born Atherstone), a Motor Engineer Foreman, Test Department. With his wife (married six years with three children) Annie Elizabeth Crouch (age 25 born Leamington) and their children Hylda Mary Crouch (age 5 born Coventry), John William Crouch (age 4 born Coventry) and George Richard Crouch age 18 months born Coventry).[2]

1911 Working for Siddeley-Deasy

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census