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Rowland Winn

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Rowland Winn (1871-1959)

Wealthy Leeds motor trader, Rowland Winn ran a number of garages and held agencies for Talbot, De Dion, Belsize, Cadillac and Ford

1871 March 31st. Born at Leeds the son of Thomas Winn, an Architect and Surveyor, and his wife Fanny

1911 Living at 1 Alma Road, Headingley, Leeds: Rowland Winn (age 40 born Leeds), Motor Engineer - Own Account. With his wife Lucy Winn (age 35 born Elland) and their daughter Gladys Winn (age 5 born Leeds). One servant. [1]

Company in liquidation in 1963

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census