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Harry Ebenezer Weller

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Harry Ebenezer Weller (1876-1962)

1876 Born in Forest Hill, London[1], son of Harry and Sarah Weller.

1901 Living in Norwood, Harry Weller 55, manager of bookseller and newsagent, Sarah A Weller 48, Wm S Weller 25, Harry E Weller 24, John Weller 23, Lily Weller 22, Thomas Weller 20, Ernest Weller 19, Marguerite Weller 16, Harold A Weller 13, Septimus B Weller 9[2]

Presumably went into business with his brothers as Weller Brothers

1911 Company's secretary, motor manufacturer, living in Hither Green, with his parents in law: Henry George 76, Mary Elizabeth George 76, Mercy Ethel George 33, and his wife and children Mabel Weller 37, Lilian Mary Doris Weller 2, Thomas Harold Buxton Weller 1[3]

1911 Appointed liquidator of Auto Carriers Ltd when it was reconstituted as Auto Carriers (1911) Ltd

1918 Living at 11 Surbiton road, Kingston on Thomas[4]

1962 Died in West Horsley[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1901 census
  3. 1911 census
  4. 1918 Kelly's Directory
  5. BMD