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Arthur Henry Adams

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Arthur Henry Adams (1868-1915) of the Adams Manufacturing Co.

1868 Born in Boston, Massachusetts.

Graduated from MIT in engineering

1892 Left Liverpool for USA; frequently travelled between the 2 countries

1900 Electrical engineer, of Oakleigh Park, when he joined the Iris Lodge[1]

1901 A P Adams 34, electrical engineer, employer, lived in Oakleigh Park, Finchley with Gertrude Adams 30, William Adams 5[2]

1910 Biographical information and image at Automotor Journal 19100521

1911 Arthur Henry Adams 41, engineer, employer, visited New Milton, Hants with Gertrude Adams 32[3]

1914 Left Liverpool on the Lusitania for USA

1915 Lost at sea aboard the liner Lusitania[4] while returning to Britain with his son William McMillan Adams.

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