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Alfred Bryson East Cheeseman

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Alfred Bryson East Cheeseman (c1882-1944)

1882 Born in Eastchurch, Kent, the son of Alfred William Cheeseman, a farmer, and his wife Florence Ada Bryson

1909 'Secretary of the Aeroplane Club'[1]

1910 of Caxton House, Westminster, S.W.

1911 Living at 36 Delaware Mansions, Delaware Road, Maida Vale: Alfred Bryson East Cheeseman (age 29 born Eastchurch, Kent), Civil Engineer and Organising Technical Secretary of the Automobile Association and Motor Union. With his wife Ethel Cheeseman (age 30 born Strood, Kent).[2]

1921 'late Technical Manager and Engineer the Automobile Association and Motor Union'[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Wednesday 01 September 1909
  2. 1911 Census
  3. Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Saturday 11 June 1921