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William Henry Bashall

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William Henry 'Harry' Bashall (c1888-1976)

Born in Surbiton the son of Henry S. J. H. Bashall, a solicitor. Brother of John Talbot Bashall and Aubrey Boardman Talbot Bashall

1908 Second place in the twin-cylinder class in the Isle of Man TT Race riding a Dot

1911 Living at Elm Grove, Ockham Ripley, Woking, Surrey: Margaret Alice Bashall (age 44 born Leyland). With her six children; William Henry Bashall (age 23 born Surbiton), Motorcycle Racer; Margaret Alice Bashall (age 21 born Oakham); John Talbot Bashall (age 19 born Oakham), Motorcycle Racer; May Bretherton Bashall (age 17 born Oakham); Aubrey Boardman Talbot Bashall (age 15 born Oakham); and Charlotte Elizabeth Bashall (age 13 born Oakham). Two servants.[1]

1912 First place in the Isle of Man TT race (junior class) on a Douglas.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census