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Wilfred Le Plastrier Webb

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Wilfred Le Plastrier Webb (c1870- )

1886-90 Apprentice with Fielding and Platt

1890 Holborow and Co

1891/2 Trent Gas Engine Co

1893/4 Samuelson and Co

1897 Horseless Carriage Co

1898 A. and W. Langden of Poole

1899 Joined Crossley Brothers

1911 Living at Coralyune, Broad Lane, Hale, Cheshire: Wilfred Le Plastrier Webb (age 41 born Cheltenham), Chief Engineer - Oil and Gas Engineers. With his wife Edith Blanche Webb (age 38 born Cheltenham). Also his Mother-in-Law Jane Hannah Cooper (age 67 born Cheltenham), Widow. One servant.[1]

1922 Director and Chief Engineer, Crossley Brothers

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census