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Samuel Montague Gluckstein

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Samuel Montague Gluckstein (1886-1928)

1886 Born in Paddington son of Montague and Matilda Gluckstein, Montague was a cigar manufacturer[1]

1918 Lt. Samuel Montague Gluckstein, R.F.A. was awarded the DSO for conspicuous gallantry[2]

1928/29 Obituary [3]

Samuel Montague Gluckstein was born in 1886 and was throughout his career associated with the firm of J. Lyons and Co, of which he subsequently became a Director.

He took a considerable interest in the engineering side of the business, and was also a Director of Normand Garage.

He died on 30th August, 1928.

He was elected an Associate of the Institution of Automobile Engineers in 1910.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. The London Gazette 5 April 1918
  3. 1928/29 Institution of Automobile Engineers: Obituaries‎