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Arthur Felton Mulliner

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Arthur Felton Mulliner (1859-1946) of Arthur Mulliner Ltd

1859 Born in Lemington the son of Henry Mulliner and his wife Ann Robson

1871 Living at Buriswood Crescent, Leamington: Harry Mulliner (age 43), Carriage Manufacturer employing 42 men and 17 boys. With his wife Ann Mulliner (age 39 born London) and their children Ernest Mulliner (age 14), Arthur F. Mulliner (age 12), Herbert H. Mulliner (age 10), Annie R. Mulliner (age 8), William M. Mulliner (age 5), Maud Mulliner (age 4), Ida C. C. Mulliner (age 2), and Walter G. Mulliner (age 11 Months). Also his niece Charlotte A. Bowman (age 17 born Stamford). Four servants. [1]

1880 "3rd Northamptonshire Corps, Arthur Felton Mulliner, Gent., to be Second Lieutenant. Dated 3rd March, 1880."[2]

1881 Living at 83 Bridge Street, Northampton (age 22 born Leamington), a Carriage Manufacturer. One servant. [3]

1887 Marriage to Ann Maria Ratcliffe of Albion House, Northampton.[4]

1891 Living at 83 Bridge Street, Northampton: Arthur Felton Mulliner (age 32 born Leamington), a Carriage Manufacturer. With his wife Ann M. (age 24 born Northampton). Also a visitor Charlotte Ann Phipps (age 28 born Preston Deanery, Northants.). One servant. [5]

1900 '1st Volunteer Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment. Major and Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Felton Mulliner.'[6]

1900 Director of Mulliner, London, Ltd. and National Motor Carriage Syndicate, Ltd.

1901 Living at 19 Albion Place, Northampton (age 42 born Leamington), a Carriage Manufacturer. With his daughter May Phipps (age 10 born Northampton). Two servants. [7]

1908 '1th Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment; Major and Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Felton Mulliner.'[8]

1911 Living at Harleston Road, Dallington, nr Northampton (age 52 born Leamington), a Carriage Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife (married 23 years with four children) Ann Maria (age 44 born Northampton) and their children May Phipps (age 20 born Northampton) and Nancy (age 7 born Northampton). Three servants. [9]

1915 'Major (temporary Lieutenant-Colonel) Arthur Felton Mulliner, from The Northamptonshire Regiment, to be Major. Dated 3rd December, 1915.'[10]

1946 of Farnborough, Hants. Died at Frimley Hospital[11]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. [1] Gazette Issue 24819 published on the 2 March 1880. Page 12 of 88
  3. 1881 Census
  4. Leamington Spa Courier - Saturday 24 September 1887
  5. 1891 Census
  6. [2] Gazette Issue 27221 published on the 17 August 1900. Page 1 of 62
  7. 1901 Census
  8. [3] Gazette Issue 28175 published on the 8 September 1908. Page 21 of 88
  9. 1911 Census
  10. [4] Gazette Issue 29458 published on the 1 February 1916. Page 19 of 88
  11. national probate calendar