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Charles F. Monk

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Charles F. Monk (c1867- ) of Monk and Lonsdale

1897 Of the Brighton Cycle and Motor Co

1899 Of the Marlborough Motor, Cycle and Engineering Works.[1]

1901 Living at 152 Wurtenburg Street, Clapham: Charles F. Monk (age 34 born Old Kent Road), Motor Car Engineer. With his wife Emma F. Monk (age 37 born Whitchurch) and their two children Dorothy F. Monk (age 6 born Clapham) and Charles F. Monk (age 2 born Brighton). Also his niece Elizabeth Snelling (age 13 born Shoreham) and a boarder Frederick Mills (age 20 born Brighton), Motor Car Engineer.[2]

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