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Alexander Ludwig Thiersch

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1910.

Alexander Ludwig Thiersch (1883-1942). Early aviator.

1909. 'I am to lecture on November 9th, 1909, for the Erith Literary and Scientific Society on "Flying Machines." AT of Belvedere, Kent.

1911 Listed as a Salesman Demonstrator for Motor cars.[1]

1942. MI in St. Andrew's churchyard, Newcastle. (vase) In loving memory of Alexander Thiersch died September 1942 and his wife Vera died November 1977.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census