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Henry Greg Melly

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Henry Greg Melly (1868-1957), early aviator

1901 Listed as an Electrical Engineer.[1]

Founder of the Melly Flying School, Freshfield

Formed the Liverpool Aviation School on Waterloo Sands

1910 Married in Prescot to Ellen Prescott

1911 Living at 18 Elmswood Road, Aigburth, Liverpool: Andre Leonard Melly (age 48 born Liverpool), Cotton Broker - Employer. With his wife Fanny Bertha Melly (age 50 born Liverpool) and their three sons; Augustus George Melly (age 46 born Liverpool), Solicitor; Edward Ferdinand Melly (age 53 born Liverpool), Mining Engineer - Employer, and his wife Hallie Melly (age 34); and Henry Greg Melly (age 42 born Liverpool), Professional Aviator, and his wife Ellen Melly (age 30). Also his niece Ellen Gladys Melly (age 26). Four servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census