Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 144,387 pages of information and 230,176 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

Frank Arthur Cheverton

From Graces Guide

Jump to: navigation, search

Frank Arthur Cheverton (c1882-1971)

Born the son of Richard Bird Cheverton and his wife Elizabeth Sarah

1891 Living at St. James Street, Newport, IOW: Richard B. Cheverton (age 45 born Newport, IOW), Carriage Builder. With his wife Elizabeth S. Cheverton (age 40 born Newport, IOW) and their eleven children; Mary M. Cheverton (age 19 born Newport, IOW); Richard B. Cheverton (age 18 born Newport, IOW), Coach Builder Apprentice; William H. Cheverton (age 16 born Newport, IOW), Harness Apprentice; Charles P. Cheverton (age 14 born Newport, IOW); Harriet A. Cheverton (age 12 born Newport, IOW); Leonard G. Cheverton (age 10 born Newport, IOW); Frank A. Cheverton (age 9 born Newport, IOW); Dora Cheverton (age 7 born Newport, IOW); Thomas B. Cheverton (age 5 born Newport, IOW); Francis J. B. Cheverton (age 2 born Newport, IOW); and Eleanor G. B. Cheverton (age 9 months born Newport, IOW).[1]

1911 Living at 3 St James House, St James Street, Newport, IOW: Richard Bird Cheverton (age 38 born Newport, IOW), Director and Coach Builder; Charles Percy Cheverton (age 34 born Newport, IOW), Director and Coach Builder (Widower); Leonard George Cheverton (age 30 born Newport, IOW), Manager of petrol and Oil Dept; Frank Arthur Cheverton (age 29 born Newport, IOW), Motor Engineer and Coach Builder; Eleanor Grace Bird Cheverton (age 20 born Newport, IOW); Archer James Bird Cheverton (age 19 born Newport, IOW); and Violet Mary Bird Cheverton (age 11 born Wimbledon and daughter of Charles).[2]

See Also

Loading...

Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census