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Percy Herbert Cecil Sandham

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Percy Herbert Cecil Sandham (1873-1948)

1873 Born at St. Pancras, the son of Henry S. Sandham, a Piano maker, and his wife Maria

1898 Married Annie Bolton at St. Pancras

1901 Living at 59 Morav Road, Islington: Percy H. C. Sandham (age 27 born St. Pancras), Cycle Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Annie Sandham and sons Henry G. Bolton (age 15 born Woodford) and William J. Bolton (age 13 born London).[1]

1905 Living at 212 Pentonville Road, Islington, London. Probably owner of Ascot Motor Co

1911 Living at 282 Grays Inn Road, London W.C.: Percy Herbert Cecil Sandham (age 37 born St. Pancras), Bicycle Maker and Repairer and Employer. With his wife (married 12 years) Annie Sandham (age 52 born Hertford. Also his stepson William John Bolton (age 23 born St. Pancras), Mechanic (Motor) - Motor Car Repairer.[2]

1920 Patent. Connolly, W. J., and Sandham, P. H. Nov. 19, 1920. Link-work.-Relates to means for locking in adjusted positions relatively movable members forming part of lazy-tongs, Fig. 29, and comprises a trunnion or pivot pin fixed to each of the members, a common link or equivalent or equivalent device ...

1922 Probable founder of Sandham Engineering Co

1922 Patent. Improvements in and relating to wind screens for side cars and light motor road vehicles. William Joseph Connolly, Percy Herbert Sandham June 15, 1922: GB181289-A

1922 Patent. Improvements in or relating to adjustable joints, adapted to permit both sliding and angular movement. William Joseph Connolly, Percy Herbert Sandham November 23, 1922: GB188987-A

1922 Patent. Improvements in and relating to adjustable locking mechanism for altering or varying positions of objects or articles to which it is applied. William Joseph Connolly, Percy Herbert Sandham February 16, 1922: GB175093-A

1924 Patent. Improvements in and relating to wind screens for motor road vehicles. William Joseph Connolly, Percy Herbert Sandham September 25, 1924: GB221950-A

1927 Patent. Improvements in or relating to motorcycles and sidecars. William Joseph Connolly, Percy Herbert Sandham March 17, 1927: GB267295-A (3 worldwide citation)

1927 Patent. Connolly, W. J., and Sandham, P. H. Dec. 16, 1927. No Patent granted (Sealing fee not paid). Signs ; cylinders, prisms, and like elements, rotating ; actuating.-A sign is formed by taking a rigid former and wrapping round and securing to it, first, a sheet of flexible, mirror-like material, ...

1928 Patent. Improvements in or relating to signs or advertising devices and the like. William Joseph Connolly, Percy Herbert Sandham July 19, 1928: GB294050-A (1 worldwide citation)

1928 Patent. Improvements in or relating to motor cycles and side-cars. William Joseph Connolly, Percy Herbert Sandham, Charles Edward King June 28, 1928: GB292771-A

1934 Married Edith Mary Gowan

1948 January 8th. Died at Colchester Hospital. Lived at 64 Ellis Road, Clacton. Widow is Edith Mary Sandham.


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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census