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Granville Hugh Baillie

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Granville Hugh Baillie (1873-1951)

1873 July 5th. Born in Bath the son of William Montague Baillie and his wife Theodosia Gertrude

1911 Living at 18 Pelham Place, London: Granville Hugh Baillie (age 37 born Bath), Consulting Engineer - Electrical. With his wife Hilda Ina Baillie (age 11 born Italy - British subject). Three servants.[1]

1912 'Granville Hugh Baillie, consulting engineer, of 82 Victoria-street, 'Westminster, S.W., stated that was vice-chairman of the Technical Committee of the Royal Automobile Club, and member of the council of the Institution of Automobile Engineers.'[2]

1917 Ministry of Munitions

1947 Published 'Watchmakers and clockmakers of the world.'

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Gloucestershire Echo - Wednesday 30 October 1912