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Alfred Harris

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Alfred Harris later King-Hamilton (1871-1959), Solicitor and a founder member of the Automobile Association

1871 September 15th. Born in Aldgate, London

1897 Married(1) to Constance Clyde Druiff

1911 Living at 78 Priory Road, West Hampstead, London: Alfred Harris (age 39 born Finsbury, London), Solicitor. With his wife Constance Harris (age 33 born St. Pancras, London) and their four children; Gladys Harris (age 11 born St. James, London); Olga Harris (age 9 born St. James, London); Eileen Harris (age 9 born St. James, London); and Alan Harris (age 6 born Hampstead).[1]

1915 Bankrupt and the following year he changed his to Alfred King-Hamilton

1920 Married(2) to Lizzie Woolf, nee Davis

1947 Married(3) to Eileen Stratton Hall

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census