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Harold Breeden Dresser

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Harold Breeden Dresser (c1886-1940) of Dresser and Garle

ca.1886 Born in Bexley Heath the son of Arthur R. Dresser

1906 Harold Breeden Dresser, of Springfield, Bexley Heath, was summoned for driving a motor car at a speed exceeding 20 miles an hour in Shooter's Hill road.[1]

1911 Living at Springfield, Watling Street, Bexley Heath: Harold Breeden Dresser (age 25 born Bexley Heath), Engineer in Motor Works - Employer. Single.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Woolwich Gazette - Friday 09 November 1906
  2. 1911 Census