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Norman Percy Miles Tronson

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Norman Percy Miles Tronson (c1845-1922), financial broker and banker. Investor in the Great Horseless Carriage Co

c1845 Born the son of Colonel Edward Thomas Tronson

1872 Married at Camden to Emily Harriet Chapman (widow)

1881 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned, Francis Tullie Wollaston and Norman Percy Miles Tronson, carrying on business as Foreign Exchange Brokers, at No. 2, Cushion-court, Old Broad-street, in the city of London, under the style or firm of Wollaston and Sons, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent...'[1]

1882 '...Norman Percy Miles Tronson, of No. 80, Lombard-street, in the city of London, the Managing Director of the said English and French Bank Limited, to be the Official Liquidator of the above-named Company...'[2]

1911 Living at 15 Langside Avenue, Putney: Norman Tronson (age 66 born London), Secretary to Club. With his wife Emily Tronson (age 66 born London) and their daughter Lilian Tronson (age 32 born Alperton, Mddx.), Library Assistant. One servant.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette Publication date:4 January 1881 Issue:24920 Page:24
  2. [The London Gazette Publication date:9 June 1882 Issue:25116 Page:2699]
  3. 1911 Census