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William Angus

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William Angus (1841-1912) of Angus Sanderson and Co

Coach and motor builder and stalwart supporter of Liberalism

1841 Born in Stamfordham

1891 William Angus, coachmaker, living in Elswick, with Mary T Angus 38, Thomas Knox Angus 11, Helen Angus 7, William B Angus 5, John R Angus 3[1]

1898 President of the Institute of British Carriage and Automobile Manufacturers

1901 William Angus was a coach builder, employer, living in Elswick with Mary Trotter Angus 48[2]

1907 Knighted for services to education[3]

President of the National Liberal Foundation[4]

1912 Died in Newcastle

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. 1901 census
  3. The Times Jun 28, 1907
  4. The Times, Jul 08, 1912