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Arthur Noel Mobbs

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Sir Arthur Noel Mobbs, KCVO, OBE (1880-1959) of the Pytchley Autocar Co.

1880 Born the son of Oliver Linnell Mobbs, Iron Founder, and his wife Elizabeth Ann Hollis. Brother of Charles Graily Mobbs and Herbert Mobbs

1903 Married(1) at Northampton to Frances Mary Mobbs (died 1929)

1911 Living at Oaklands, Cliftonville. Northampton: Arthur Noel Mobbs (age 30 born Northampton), Motor Agent. With his wife Frances Mary Mobbs and their two sons and daughter.<1911 Census</ref>

1920 Formed Slough Estates Industrial Park

1932 Married(2) at St. Geo. Han. Sq. to Helen Gertrude Cornish

1939 Living at Eton, Bucks: Arthur N. Mobbs, Director of Public Company. With Helen G. Mobbs and Richard D. Mobbs.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1939 Census