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Tinsley Waterhouse

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Tinsley Waterhouse (c1864-1944)

Born in Sheffield the son of John Hodgson Waterhouse, Physician and Surgeon.

1896 Married in Holborn to Frances Robinette Dickenson

1911 Living at Sheaf Dale, Lemsford Road, St Albans: Tinsley Waterhouse (age 47 born Sheffield), Mechanical Engineer. Director Engineering Companies and Engineering Account(?). With his three children.[1]

Numerous reports of his motoring achievements, some in a Prince Henry Vauxhall, in the press (commences with cycling in 1880s)

1915 MD of the Skefko Ball Bearing Co.[2]

1944 Died in France.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Luton Reporter - Monday 04 January 1915