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Henry Christopher Tryon

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Henry Christopher Tryon (1881-1965), Napier works driver

1881 Born in West Deeping, Linds, the son of Manesseh Joseph Tryon, a farmer, and his wife Lucy Ann

1911 Living at 1 Lissenden Mansions' Highgate Road, St. Pancras, London: Henry Christopher Tryon (age 30 born West Deeping, Lincs), Motor Car Tester for Motor Manufacturer. With his wife Annie Mary Tryon (age 29 born Purley, Surrey) and their two children Diana Mary Tryon (age 1 born Highgate) and George Christopher Tryon (age 2 months born Highgate). One servant.[1]

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  1. 1911 Census