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Percy George Guilford

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Percy George Guilford (1886-1939)

1901 Living at 59 Barrington Road. Brixton: Walter Guilford (age 53 born Brighton), Railway Station Master. With his wife Anna Lucy Guilford (age 56 born Southampton) and their four children; Florence L. Guilford (age 23 born Amberley), National school Teacher; Alfred E. Guilford (age 22 born Brixton), Entering Clerk; Nellie M. Guilford (age 19 born Brixton), Stenographer; and Percy G. Guilford (age 15 born Brixton), Railway Signal Fitter.[1]

1904 August. Details of an automatic carburetter.[2]

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