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William Mitchel Cunningham

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William Mitchel Cunningham (1865-1928) of William M. Cunningham

1865 Born at Mints, Roxburghshire

1901 Cycle and motor maker and dealer in Clitheroe[1]

1911 Living at 24 Castle Street Clitheroe: William Mitchell Cunningham (age 46 born Mints, Roxburghshire), Cycle maker - Employer. With his wife Margaret Cunningham (age 40 born St. Helens) and their two children David Mitchell Cunningham (age 20 born Clitheroe), Cycle Maker and Beatrice Mary Cunningham (age 8 born Clitheroe).[2]

Business established - see William M. Cunningham

1915 'Deed of Assignment for the benefit of Creditors, executed on the 27th day of October, 1914, by WILLIAM MITCHELL CUNNINGHAM, of 24, Castle-street, Clitheroe, in the county of Lancaster, Motor Engineer.'[3]

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