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Hubert Wingfield Egerton

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April 1940.

Hubert Wingfield Egerton (1875-1950) founder of Mann, Egerton and Co

1875 Born in Weston Longville, Norfolk, the son of Charles Cadwallader Egerton, Rector of Weston Longville, and his wife Caroline

1901 January. Details of journey John o' Groats to Land's End in a Locomobile.[1][2][3][4]

1901 August. Details of journey John o' Groats to Land's End on a Werner motor Cycle.[5][6][7]

1911 Boarder at 14 Woburn Square, London: Hubert Wingfield Egerton (age 35 born Weston, Norwich), Motor Car Engineer - Married.

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