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Reginald Walker

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It seems likely that this was Reginald Atkinson Rawson Walker of Reginald Walker (possibly), and later R. Walker and Sons and Excelsior Motor Co

c.1860 Born in Lincoln, Lincolnshire

1881 Mary Walker 42, lived in Aston with Herman R. Walker 23, blacksmith, Reginald A. Walker 21, brass founder, Bernard R. Walker 16, brass founder, Elizabeth R. Walker 13[1]

1891 Reginald A R Walker 31, brass fire iron maker, lived in Nether Hallam, with Sarah Ann Walker 31, Reginald Erick Walker 5, Ethel Hilda Walker 6 months[2]

1901 Reginald Walker 41, brass founder, employer, lived in Edgbaston with Sarah A Walker 41, Reginald E Walker 17, manager, brass foundry, Ethel H Walker 10[3]

1911 Reginald A Walker 51, brass founder, employer, lived in Edgbaston, with Sarah Ann Walker 51, Reginald Eric Walker 27, widower, brass founder, employer, Ethel Hilda Walker 20, Margaret Houghton Walker 5 months[4]

1920s With his son Eric Walker, he took over and ran Excelsior Motor Co

1950 died in Solihull[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1891 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. BMD