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Eugene Frederick Gutgemann

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Eugene Frederick Gutgemann (1890- ) of Veloce Ltd

1890 Born in Birmingham[1] son of John Gutgemann

1891 Living at 56 Ingleby Street, Lady Wood, Birmingham: John Gutgemann (age 33 born Germany), nail maker's foreman. With his wife Elizabeth Gutgemann (age 33 born Birmingham) and their four children; Percy J. Gutgemann (age 6 born Birmingham); Adele Gutgemann (age 5 born Birmingham); Ethel Gutgemann (age 2 born Birmingham); and Eugene F. Gutgemann (age 5 months born Birmingham)[2]

1911 John Gutgemann 53, cycle manufacturer, employer, lived in Edgbaston with Elizabeth C Gutgemann 52, Percy John Gutgemann 26, motor manufacturer, employer, Adele Gutgemann 25, Ethel Gutgemann 22, Eugene Frederick Gutgemann 20, motor manufacturer, worker, Dora Edith Gutgemann 12[3]

1915 Married. 'Considerable interest was displayed in the wedding, which took place at the Harborne Parish Church on Saturday, Mr. Eugene F. Gutgemann, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Gutgeman, Vivian-road, Harborne. and Miss M. Lomar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lomar. Bearwood. The bridegroom holds a responsible position at the Veloce Motor Works, Springhill. A number of his fellow-employees arrived at the church donkey chaise.'[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1911 census
  4. Birmingham Daily Gazette - Monday 02 August 1915