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John Robert Richardson

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February 1922.

John Robert Richardson (c1874- ) of J. R. Richardson and Co (Lincoln)

c1874 Born in Lincoln the son of John Richardson, J.P.

1897 June 3rd. Married in Lincoln to Annie Lieschen Pennell.[1]

1901 Living at The Cottage, High Street, St Peter at Gowts, Lincoln: John R. Richardson (age 27 born Lincoln), Manager Engineering Works - Employer. With his wife Annie L. P. Richardson (age 30 born Lincoln) and their daughter Daphne L. P. Richardson (age 1 born Lincoln). Two servants.[2]

1902 Assistant Managing Director at Robey and Co.[3]

1904 'John Robert Richardson, motor car manufacturer, Gowt's Bridge House, was summoned for driving a motor car in High-street and Guildhall-street on July 1st without having the registration plates fixed thereon in accordance with the Motor Car Act, 1903'[4]

1911 Living at The Cottage, 76 Barrowgate Road, Chiswick: John Robert Richardson (age 41 born Lincoln), Engineer and manager - Motor manufacturer. With his wife Annie Lieschen Pennett Richardson (age 39 born Lincoln) and their two children Daphne Lieschen Pennett Richardson (age 11 born Lincoln) and Ronald John Pennett Richardson (age 8 born Lincoln). One servant.[5]

1914 Mentioned. John Robert Richardson, of Barrowgate Road, Chiswick, motor manufacturer and engineer.[6]


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Sources of Information

  1. Lincolnshire Echo - Thursday 03 June 1897
  2. 1901 Census
  3. IMechE Proposal for Membership
  4. Lincolnshire Echo - Thursday 07 July 1904
  5. 1911 Census
  6. West London Observer - Friday 12 June 1914