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Ada Billing

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Ada Millicent Billing nee Ada Millicent Marston (1878- )

18878Born the daughter of the daughter of Charles Thomas Marston, a Coventry watchmaker

1899 Married in Coventry to Eardley Delorney Billing

1908 Mrs. Ada Billing in a Mass entered the first Brooklands race for women bur did not start - The Ladies Bracelet Handicap.

1911 Living at Woodland, Byfleet Road, Weybridge Road, Byfleet: Eardley Billing (age 37 born West Kensington) Aeronautical Engineer. With his wife Ada Billing (age 31 born Coventry) and their daughter Louie Billing (age 7 born Regent St., London). Four servants.[1]

Eardley and his wife Ada also ran the Blue Bird Cafe, Brooklands until its closure at the outbreak of war.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census