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Ethel Locke King

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Ethel Gore-Browne (c1865-1956)

1884 Married Hugh Fortescue Locke King. No children.

1908 Ethel Locke-King in an Itala took second place in the first Brooklands race for women - The Ladies Bracelet Handicap.

1911 Living at Brooklands, Weybridge: Hugh Fortescue Locke King (age 62 born Woborn Park, Chertsey), No occupation but an employer; married 27 years, no children. With his wife Ethel Locke King (age 46 born Hobart, Tasmania). Also his Brother-in-Law Frank Gore Browne (age 51 born Auckland, New Zealand), a Barrister at Law; and Helenor Gore Browne (age 52 born Edinburgh), married 28 years with three children; and a visitor Maures Horner (age 61 born Hams Place, London), a Merchant and single. Eight servants.[1]

1956 August 5th. Died. Of Caenshill, Weybridge, Surrey.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census