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Frederick Frentzel

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Frederick Frentzel (c1867-1945) of the Motor Car Emporium

1898 December. Mention as the Works Manager of the Automobile Association and the Mors car.[1]

1911 Living at 86 Castelnan, Barnes, SW: Frederick Frentzel (age 44 born Durkheim, Germany), a Motor Agent. With his wife (married six years) Fanny Frentzel (age 51 born Kingsbridge, Devon), a Dressmaker. Also his niece Fanny de Saint Croix (age 26 born Kingsbridge). One servant.[2]

1936 Naturalised. 'Frentzel, August Friedrich (known as Frederick Frentzel); Germany; Motor Engineer; 27, Gloucester Gardens, W.2. 18 January, 1936.'[3]

1945 May 17th. Died. Of 30 Beresford Avenue, Tolworth, Surbiton, Surrey

1945 Probate. August Friedrich Frentzel

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Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1898/12/10
  2. 1911 Census
  3. [1] Gazette Issue 34253 published on the 7 February 1936. Page 14 of 106