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George Freestone

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George Freestone (1847-1932) of Saffron Walden, Suffolk

1847 Born in Saffron Walden the son of John Freestone, a Booking Office Keeper, and his wife Mary

1911 Produced a FWD truck with a 6hp Buda engine.[1]

1911 Living at 1 South Road, Saffron Walden: George Freestone (age 64 born Saffron Waldon),General Engineer - Employer. With his wife Deborah Charlotte Freestone (age 63 born Stock) and their three children; William Ernest Freestone (age 34 born Rochford), general Engineer; Jessie Sarah Freestone (age 28 born Saffron Waldon), Music teacher; and George Stanley Freestone (age 18 born Saffron Waldon), Solicitor's Clerk and Organist.[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Complete Encyclopedia of Commercial Vehicles. Edited by G. N. Georgano
  2. 1911 Census