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Frederick Graham Notley

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Frederick Graham Notley (1877-1906)

1901 Living at 60 Beulah Hill, Croydon: Frederick Notley (age 53 born Norwood), Retired Architect. With his wife Amy Notley (age 47 born Belgrave, London) and their three children; Frederick G. Notley (age 24 born Streatham), Engineer, Photographic Printer - Employer; Florence A. Notley (age 22 born Streatham); and Harold Notley (age 20 born Streatham). One visitor. Two servants.[1]

1904 August. Opens premises in Chicheley street, York Road, Lambeth.[2][3]

1905 'Frederick Graham Notley, 28, a Lambeth motor dealer, was charged on remand, with receiving £6O worth of motor tyres, stolen from the Simms Manufacturing Company, Kilburn'[4] Later acquitted.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. The Autocar 1904/08/27
  3. The Autocar 1904/09/03
  4. Kilburn Times - Friday 11 August 1905
  5. Shepton Mallet Journal - Friday 13 October 1905