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James Harold Atherton

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James Harold Atherton (1880-1923) of the Addison Motor Co

1911 Living at 6 Greenheys Road, Liscard, Cheshire: James Harold Atherton (age 31 born Liscard), Motor Car Dealer. With his wife Bessie Stevens, daughter Mary and son James Roydon Atherton.[1]

1922/23 Obituary [2]

James Harold Atherton was born in 1880 and received his technical education at Liverpool University.

After serving for four years as assistant chemical engineer with Geo. Scott & Son (London), Ltd., he became, in 1903, sole Proprietor and Works Manager of the Addison Motor Co, Liverpool, until 1918, when a Limited Company was formed of which he was Managing Director.

He died on March 29th, 1923.

He was elected an Associate Member of the Institution of Automobile Engineers in 1919.

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