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Fritz Sabel

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Fritz Sabel (c1865-1955) aka Friedrich Jacob Sabel, paper merchant and the founder of the Sabella Motor Car Co

Born in Frankfurt, Germany

1887 Became a naturalised British citizen

1899 Married in Fulham to Edith Susannah Neustetel

1911 Living at 62 The Avenue, Brondesbury Park, Willesden Lane, Brondesbury NW: Fritz Sabel (age 46 born Frankfurt), Paper Merchant and Motor Car Merchant - mostly earned by paper - Employer. With his wife Edith Sabel (age 37 born London) and their three daughters; Elsie Sabel (age 10 born London); Molly Sabel (age 7 born London); and Nora Sabel (age 3 born London). Four servants.[1]

1955 December 17th. Died in Exmouth, Devon.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census