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Lancelot Nash Palmer

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Lancelot Nash Palmer (c1884-1945) of Palmer and Tickner, L. N. Palmer and Co / L. N. Palmer's Garage

1911 Living at Dymchurch, 190 Mellison Road, Tooting, S.W.: George Palmer (age 54 born St. Geo. Han Sq., London), Retired Master Builder. With his wife Caroline Palmer (age 52 born Wandsworth) and their son Lancelot Nash Palmer (age 27 born Wandsworth), Automobile Engineer (Dealer) - Employer, and their daughter Eswyr Nash Palmer (age 22 born Wandsworth). Also his wife's sister Mary Nash (age 47 born Wandsworth).[1]

1945 June 8th. Died in Hereford. 'Lancelot Nash Palmer, of Ross-on-Wye, a motor engineer'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Coventry Evening Telegraph - Wednesday 03 October 1945