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Oswald Francis Massingberd-Mundy

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Oswald Francis Massingberd-Mundy (1874-1954)

1902-03 Proposed the building of the Purley Race Course‎

1904 Married in Paddington to Eleanor Hyacinthe Bramston 1911 Living at Iddesleigh, Granville Road, Sevenoaks: Oswald Francis Massingberd-Mundy (age 37 born South Ormsby, Lincs), Engineer, Radiator Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Eleanor Hyacinthe Massingberd-Mundy (age 35 born France) and their two children Francis Massingberd-Mundy (age 5 born Worthing) and John Massingberd-Mundy (age 4 born Worthing). Five servants.[1]

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  1. 1911 Census