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Robert Reynold Jackson

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Robert Reynold Jackson (1871-1947) of the Yorkshire Motor Car Manufacturing Co, R. Reynold Jackson and Co and Jackson Car Manufacturing Co

1871 Born in Ipswich[1], the son of Robert Fletcher Jackson, Grocer and Draper, and his wife Julia Gregory

1900 Secretary of the Yorkshire Motor Car Manufacturing Co

1901 R. Reynold Jackson 29, motor car expert, was boarding in Blythswood, Glasgow[2]

1901 The business was offered for sale

By 1903 he had established R. Reynold Jackson and Co as agents for cars and Jackson Car Manufacturing Co of Pangbourne as manufacturers.

1911 March 14th. Motor manufacturer, widower, married at Haringey to Henrietta Catherine Anderson[3]

1911 Living at 93 The Avenue, Muswell Hill: R. Reynold Jackson (age 38 born Ipswich), Motor Car Builder - Employer. With his wife Hetty Reynold Jackson (age 22 born Edinburgh). One servant. [4]

1939 Robert R Jackson, retired engineer, lived in Bournemouth with Henrietta R Jackson[5]

1947 December 27th. Died. Of Bournemouth.

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1901 census
  3. Parish records
  4. 1911 Census
  5. 1939 register