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Turberville Smith

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Turberville Smith (1861-1928), Manager of Motor Schools Institute and of Pilot Motors

1882 Married in Victoria, Australia, to Emma Baker

1910 of 10, Heddon Street, Regent Street, W.

1911 Living at Lathmon, 17 Highcroft Villas, Preston, Brighton: Turberville Smith (age 50 born London), Manager of Motor Schools Institute. With his wife Emma Smith (age 49 born Melbourne, Australia) and their four children; Emily Turberville Smith (age 27 born Sydney, Australia); Turberville Smith Junior (age 25 born London), Solicitor; Gladys Turberville Smith (age 21 born Sydney, Australia); Phyllis Turberville Smith (age 19 born Brighton). Two visitors. Two servants.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census