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Henry Evans Richardson

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Henry Evans Richardson (c1874- ) of H. Richardson and J. A. McLaren and then of H. E. Richardson

1901 Living at Nottingham Terrace?, North Road, Finchley: Henry E. Richardson (age 25 born Camden Town), Cycle Maker. With James H. McLaren (age 30 born Enfield), Cyclemaker.[1]

1906 Fined for driving a motor car at more than 20mph.[2]

1911 Living at Invicta House, Motor Works, High Road, Great North Road, N. Finchley: Henry Evans Richardson (age 37 born Totnes, Devon), Motor and General Engineer - Employer. With his wife Catherine Sarah Richardson (age 29 born Hadham, Herts) and their daughter Catherine Lucy Richardson (age 7 born Finchley).[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Barnet Press - Saturday 24 February 1906
  3. 1911 Census