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Eugen Aron

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1875 Born at Basigheim, Germany, son of Wolf and Anna Aron[1]

1899 Naturalised British subject[2]

1902 Bicycle fittings agent, of Long Lane, Aldersgate[3]

1904 Naturalised British citizen, age 29[4]

1905 Lived in Hampstead; business at Long Lane, London EC, bicycle assessors[5]

1911 Eugin Aron, 36, manufacturer/merchant of motor accessories, lived in Hampstead with his wife Lottie 32, and son Eric 5[6]. His address, 22 Compayne Gardens, was the same as his brother's, Hermann's, but Eugen was not on the electoral register[7]

1915 Eugene Aron, of Great Eastern St; lived in Landfield Gardens, West Hampstead[8]

1940 Living at Kings Langley. Died in Marylebone, London[9]




1927 His son Eric became a student member of the IEE[10]


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Sources of Information

  1. Naturalisation certificate
  2. 1911 census
  3. UK, City and County Directories, 1766 - 1946
  4. Naturalisation certificate
  5. British Phone Books, 1880-1984
  6. 1911 census
  7. London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965
  8. London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965
  9. BMD
  10. Electrical Engineer Lists, 1871-1930