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William John Lord

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Business card.
1921 Brooklands medal.
1921 Brooklands medal.
1945 Plaque.

William John Lord (1899-1952) of Coventry Motor Mart

1899 Born in Wolston, Warks. the son of Arthur James Lord, a Building Contractor, and his wife Amelia Lavinia Ponsford

1911 Living at Wolston near Coventry: Arthur James Lord (age 36 born Coventry), Building Contractor - Employer. With his wife Amelia Lavinia Lord (age 37 born Sandon, Staffs.), and their six children; William John Lord (age 12 born Wolston); Arthur James Lord (age 10 born Coventry); Gwendoline Lord (age 9 born Coventry); Evelyn Laura Lord (age 8 born Coventry); Muriel Larinia Lord (age 6 born Coventry); and Cyril Maudslay Lord (age 4 born Coventry).[1]

1939 Living at 56 Rochester Road, Director of Companies.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 Census