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Hubert Berger Graham

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Hubert Berger Graham (c1873-1944), Director of Motor Plants

Born the son of Lt-Col James Keith Graham

1899 Married at Kensington to Mabel Catherine Owen

1901 Living at 107 Gough Road, Edgbaston: Hubert Berger Graham (age 28 born Scotland), Mechanical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Mabel Catherine Graham (age 26 born Dartmouth) and their daughter Mabel Graham (age one month born Birmingham).[1]

1911 Living at 133 Kenilworth Court, Lower Richmond Road, Putney: Hubert Graham (age 38 born Bampton, Cumb.), Consulting Mechanical Engineer. With his wife Mabel Graham (age 36 born Dartmouth) and their daughter Joyce Graham (age 10 born Birmingham).[2]

1912 Bankrupt. 'Hubert Berger Graham, Grain's Court House, Charing Cross, in the county of London, consulting engineer.'[3]

1919 Hubert B. Graham (North London Manufacturers’ Association) [4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. The Edinburgh Gazette Publication date:23 February 1912 Issue:12436 Page:183
  4. Globe - Monday 10 February 1919