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Ernest William Henry Trusselle

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Ernest William Henry Tresselle (1863-1923)

1863 Born in Wolverhampton the son of Samuel Trusselle, Master Coachbuilder.

1886 Married in Wolverhampton to Betsy Hodnet

1901 Listed as a bicycle repairer.[1]

1902 March. Built a 2.75-hp automobile - Details and image. E. W. H. Truselle, Byrne Road, Dudley.[2]

1911 Living at 25 Cleveland Street, Wolverhampton: Ernest William Henry Trusselle (age 48 born Wolverhampton), Motor Dealer and Repairer - Employer. With his wife Betsy Trusselle (age 47 born Wolverhampton) and their son Wilfred James Talbot Trusselle (age 18 born Ingestre), Motor Dealer and Repairer. One servant.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. The Autocar 1902/03/01
  3. 1911 Census