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George Townend

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George Townend (1829-1912) of New Townend Brothers

Born 1829 at Haworth

1882 of Wellington Works, Coventry. Maker of the Wellington tricycle

1901 Living at 6 Brierley Terrace, Coventry: George Townend (age 72 born Haworth), Widower, a Cycle Manufacturer and Employer. Living with his daughter Louisa Townend (age 30 born Coventry) and sons Frank Townend (age 27 born Coventry), Cycle Fitter, and Ernest Townend (age 26 born Coventry), Cycle Fitter.[1]

1911 Living at 44 Binley Road, Coventry: George Townend, a Retired Cycle Manufacturer.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census