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Walter Launcelot Creyke (1881-1940) of the Oxford Automobile and Cycle Agency
1881 Born in London the son of Walter Pennington Creyke
1893 Inherited £12,000 on the death of his uncle Alfred Richard Creyke.
1903 Of 89 At. Aldate's Street, Oxford.
1903-04 Partner in the Oxford Automobile and Cycle Agency
1904 'CREYKE W. Launcelot, Seamore Place, Mayfair, London, S.W. Though only a young man fresh from Christ Church, Oxford, Mr. W. Launcelot Creyke has had considerable experience in motoring. He commenced with a 3.5 horse Renault, and soon afterwards purchased an 8-horse Progress, two 7-horse Panhards and a 12-horse Panhard. His final purchase was the famous "Easter Egg" of M. Serpollet, which made a record of 75 miles an hour on the kilometre course at Nice in April, 1902, by covering the distance in 29.8 sec. Mr. Creyke, who was born in London, is a director of the Farman Automobile Co., and also of the Speedwell Co, and is the proprietor of the motor agency at 16, George Street, Oxford.' 
1908 Married in Canada to Coenishma
1940 Died in an accident possibly in the London blitz