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David Albert Victor Rist (1887-1960) of [[A. Rist]] and later [[Rist's Wires and Cables]]
 
David Albert Victor Rist (1887-1960) of [[A. Rist]] and later [[Rist's Wires and Cables]]
  
1887 Born in London where he started out in business
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1887 Born in Stratford, London the son of David Rist, a Groom, and his wife Jane
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1895-1901 Educated at Halford Road School, Hammersmith and Fulham. On joining they were living at 49 Farm Lane.
  
 
1911 Boarder at 238 Ferme Park Road, Hornsey, London: [[David Albert Victor Rist]] (age 23 born London), Brass and Iron Founder - Employer.<ref>1911 Census</ref>
 
1911 Boarder at 238 Ferme Park Road, Hornsey, London: [[David Albert Victor Rist]] (age 23 born London), Brass and Iron Founder - Employer.<ref>1911 Census</ref>
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Post WWI The company moved to Newcastle-under-Lyme (Rolls Royce premises).
 
Post WWI The company moved to Newcastle-under-Lyme (Rolls Royce premises).
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1930 Married at Brentford to Christiane Peres
  
 
Albert Rist was involved in many small businesses, and there are around two dozen patents in his name.
 
Albert Rist was involved in many small businesses, and there are around two dozen patents in his name.

Latest revision as of 03:21, 10 March 2018

David Albert Victor Rist (1887-1960) of A. Rist and later Rist's Wires and Cables

1887 Born in Stratford, London the son of David Rist, a Groom, and his wife Jane

1895-1901 Educated at Halford Road School, Hammersmith and Fulham. On joining they were living at 49 Farm Lane.

1911 Boarder at 238 Ferme Park Road, Hornsey, London: David Albert Victor Rist (age 23 born London), Brass and Iron Founder - Employer.[1]

Moved to Lowestoft.

WWI As wires and cables were so essential the company moved to Nuneaton.

Post WWI The company moved to Newcastle-under-Lyme (Rolls Royce premises).

1930 Married at Brentford to Christiane Peres

Albert Rist was involved in many small businesses, and there are around two dozen patents in his name.

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  1. 1911 Census