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William Arthur Stevens

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William Arthur Stevens (1865-1935) of W. A. Stevens

Born the son of George Polhill Bridge, Dealer in Marine stores.

1897 Established W. A. Stevens, maker of petrol-electric vehicles

1907 Thomas Tilling acquired the Stephens business

1911 Living at St Peter Street, Maidstone, Kent: William Arthur Stevens (age 46 born Maidstone), Managing Director of W. A. Stevens Ld, Maidstone, Mfg Electrical Engineer. With his wife Harriett Anne and their daughter.[1]

c.1921 MD of Stevens Petrol-Electric Vehicles Ltd

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census