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Thomas Law Husselby

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Thomas Law Husselby (1868-1911) of the Monopole Cycle Co‎

1868 Born in Coventry

Worked in Bradford

1891 Living at 174 Undercliffe Road, Bradford: Thomas L. Husselby (age 22 born Coventry), Clerk (in Mill). With his wife Ann Husselby (age 25 born Coventry). Also his sister-in-law Emily B. Smith (age 8 born Coventry).[1]

1901 Living at 292 Foleshill Road, Coventry: Thomas L. Husselby (age 32 born Coventry), Secretary to Cycle Co. With his wife Ann Husselby (age 34 born Coventry) and their children Frederick L. Husselby (age 9 born Bradford) and Thomas L. Husselby (age 4 Months born Coventry). One servant.[2]

Secretary to the Monopole Cycle Co‎

1911 Died.

1911. Living at 9 Regent Street, Coventry: Ann Husselby (age 45 born Coventry), a Widow. With her children Frederick Law Husselby (age 19 born Bradford), a Clerk at Cycle Works; Thomas Law Husselby (age 10 born Coventry); Edward Law Husselby (age 8 born Coventry) and Lilian Law Husselby (age 4 born Coventry).[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census
  • Coventry’s Motorcar Heritage by Damien Kimberley. 2012. ISBN 978 0 7524 5448 1