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Clarence Evelyn King

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Clarence Evelyn King (1890- ), Chief Engineer of Vauxhall

1890 February 28th. Born in London

Apprenticed at Adams Manufacturing Co

1911 Living at The Anglers Rest, Clapham Road, Bedford: Walter Charles King (age 54 born Kensington), Beer House keeper. With his wife Emily King (age 49 born Clerkenwell) and their six children; Herbert Walter King (age 26 born Chertsey), Analytical Chemist; Clarence Evelyn King (age 21 born Holloway), Motor Car Engineer's Draughtsman; Eric Gabriel King (age 17 born Highbury), Market gardner; Kathleen Emily King (age 13 born Highbury); Valentine Earnest King (age 12 born Essex); and Arthur Phillip King (age 10 born Catford). Also his niece Gertrude Allard (age 23 born Islington), Domestic help.[1]

Worked for Lorraine Dietrich in Paris

1914 Joined Vauxhall under Laurence Pomeroy

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census