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Leonard Curtis Rawlence

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Leonard Curtis Rawlence (c1881-1957) of L. C. Rawlence and Co

c1881 Born in Wilton, Wilts., the son of James E. Rawlence, Auctioneer and Farmer, and his wife Constance.

1905 Director of Hutton.[1]

1910 Biographical information and image at Automotor Journal 19100514

1911 Living at 28 Pall Mall, London: Leonard Curtis Rawlence (age 30 born Wilton, Wilts.), Automobile Engineer and Dealer - Employer. With his wife Dorothy Violet Rawlence (age 28 born Surrey) and their son Michael Curtis Rawlence (age 9 months born Wilton). Two servants.[2]

1957 December 5th. Died. Of Orchard Hill, Old Burlesdon, Hants., Probate to Claud Vivian Raylence, (Barrister), and to Edward Guy Rawlance (Author).

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Sources of Information

  1. The Salisbury Times - Friday 21 July 1905
  2. 1911 Census