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William Webster (1873-1942)

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William Webster (1873-1942) of Humber and Hollick and Pratt

Born in Derby the son of William Webster and his wife Harriett

1901 Married in Derby to Gertrude Alice Walker

1911 Living at 34 Dean Street, Coventry: William Webster (age 37 born Derby), Motor Body maker - Humber Works. With his wife Gertrude Alice Webster (age 31 born Derby) and their three sons; William Eric Webster (age 9 born Derby); Sydney Arnol Webster (age 8 born Derby); and Robert William Webster (age 9 months born Coventry). Also his brother-in-law Wilfred John Walker (age 26 born Derby), Inspector of Motor Parts - Humber Works.[1]

1942 January 1st. Died. Probate to his widow Gertrude Alice Webster; William Eric Webster, Material Control Superintendent; and Robert William Webster, Motor Body Builder.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census