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Lionel Alfred Ballantyne Lawler

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Lionel Alfred Ballantyne Lawler (1887-1919) of Beacon Motors

1887 Born in Stoke Newington the son of James Edward Lawler, a commercial traveller, and his wife Lilian Florence maud

1911 Boarding at 97 Abbey Road, St Johns Wood, London: Lionel Alfred Ballantyne Lawler (age 21 born Finsbury), Motor Cab Driver. In the home of Percy Richards and his family.[1]

1919 March 8th. Died at sea. Probate to James Edward Lawler, engineer.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census