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Charles Montague Linley

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Charles Montague Linley (c1857-1933) of Linley and Biggs and Commercial Cars

1901 Living at Narbonne Avenue, Clapham: Lisa Linley (age 74 born France - French subject) - Widow. With her two sons Owen Linley (age 50 born Windsor), Mechanical Engineer - Single, and Charles M. Linley (age 43 born London), Mechanical Engineer - Single. One servant.[1]

1910 Married in Luton to Alice Ada Smith.[2]

1910 September. Article on the Linley Gear Box.[3]

1911 Living at 138 Castle Street, Luton: Charles Linley (age 50 born London), Motor car Manufacturer. With his wife Alice Linley (age 31 born Peterborough) and his step-daughter Irene Smith (age 8 born Swaffam). Also his mother Lisa Linley (age 80 born Paris - British subject) and his brother Owen Linley (age 58 born Windsor), Technical Journalist. One servant.[4]

1933 October 6th. Died, of 321 Camden Road, Islington. Probate to Cecil Linley, literary worker.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. Luton Times and Advertiser - Friday 20 May 1910
  3. The Autocar 1910/09/10
  4. 1911 Census