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Frederick Henry De Veulle

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Frederick Henry De Veulle (c1875-1924)

1897 June. Letter from T. H. De Veulle.[1]

1898 Joined Accles-Turrell

1898 June. Fined for excessive speed.[2]

1911 Living at 73 Trinity Road, Handsworth, Birmingham: Frederick Henry De Veulle (age 36 born France. British by parentage), Consulting Engineer. With his wife Marion Annie De Veulle (age 34 born Coventry) and their two daughters Joan De Veulle (age 5 born Handsworth) and Freda De Veulle (age 3 born Handsworth). One servant.[3]

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