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Lionel Robert Littler Squire

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Lionel Robert Littler Squire (c1868-1961) of Straker Steam Vehicle Co and Sidney Straker and Squire

1901 With Sidney Straker formed the Straker Steam Vehicle Co[1]

1911 Living at 27 Marlborough Hill, St John's Wood: Lionel Robert Squire (age 43 born Marylebone), Engineer, Motor Car - Employer. With his sister Helen Sara Squire (age 49 born Marylebone). Two servants.[2]

1913 Joint MD of Sidney Straker and Squire[3]

1913 August 30th. Married. 'On the 30th August in London, Lionel Robert Littler Squire, youngest son of the late Dr. W. S. Squire, Eleanor Mostyn, daughter of the Rev. Robert Grierson, of Dublin.'[4]

1915 Squire became bankrupt

1961 January 18th. Died.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Feb 24, 1915
  2. 1911 Census
  3. The Times, Nov 25, 1913
  4. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Wednesday 03 September 1913