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Horace Matthew Wyatt

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Horace Matthew Wyatt (1876-1954)

1911 Living at 98 Lewin Road, Streatham: Horace Matthew Wyatt (age 34 born Acton, Staffs.), Editor of Technical journal - Motor vehicles. With his wife Annie Mary Wyatt (age 27 born Pontypridd) and their daughter Honor Ella Morgan Wyatt (age 1 born Streatham). Also his sister-in-law Ethel Morgan (age 21 born Pontypridd). Two servants.[1]

1914 August. Consulting editor of 'Motor Traction'.[2]

1914 August. Organising Hon. Sec of the Imperial Motor Transport Council.[3]

1922 Gen. Sec., Assoc. of British Motor and Allied Manufacturers; Hon. Sec., Imperial Motor Transport Council.


Cambridge Alumni

Adm. scholar at ST CATHARINE'S, May 17, 1895. S. of ‘Matthew’ (sic) [Robert' (1853)], barrister. B. 1876 at Acton Hill, Staffs. School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar; B.A. 1898. Head of the Engineering Department of Seafield Park College, 1901-5. Organising Hon. Secretary, Imperial Motor Transport Conferences, 1913 and 1920; Organiser of World Motor Transport Congress in London, 1921; joint-organiser of the World Congress in Rome, 1928. Managing Director of British Commercial News Association. Hon. Secretary, Imperial Motor Transport Council. Director of Publications, Road Haulage Association. Author, The Motor Bus and the Ratepayer, etc. Of 146, New Bond Street, London, in 1953.


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