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Reginald Gordon Mundy

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Reginald Gordon Mundy (1889-1973)

1907 Reginald Gordon Mundy, of 39, Melfort Road, Thornton Heath, was summoned for driving a motor car without having a lamp.[1]

1908 Reginald G. Mundy, 23, of Croydon. at Chester-le-Street yesterday on a charge of having ridden a motor cycle to the danger of the public through the town.[2]

1920 January. Advertises as the 'well-known trials expert after 14 years all-round practical experience'[3]

1922 'Mr. Rex G. Mundy, winner of numerous trophies and a hundred gold medals in motor bicycle and car competitions Great Britain and on the Continent, Friday afternoon successfully drove a touring car with a load of fourteen up, down and up the pebble-pitched High-street, Clovelly. The gradient at places is as steep as one-in-four, and as the car mounted the forty-one steps from the Look-Out to the top of the street, its performance was watched by villagers and visitors with a great deal of interest. No special non-skidding devices were used on the wheels.'[4]

1931 Reginald Gordon Mundy. 28. Onslow Avenue Mansions, Richmond. the driver of the motor car, who knocked down and killed an elderly lady.[5]

1939 Rex G. Mundy (Reginald Gordon), 27 Onslow Avenue Mansions, Technical Representative with KLG Sparking Plugs. With [6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Croydon Chronicle and East Surrey Advertiser - Saturday 27 July 1907
  2. Daily Telegraph & Courier (London) - Thursday 16 July 1908
  3. Light Car and Cyclecar 1920/01/10
  4. Western Times - Tuesday 17 January 1922
  5. Surrey Advertiser - Saturday 03 January 1931
  6. 1939 Census