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Percy John Gutgemann

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Percy John Gutgemann (1884-1953) of Velocette

1884 Born in Birmingham[1] son of John Gutgemann

1891 Living at 56 Ingleby Street, Lady Wood, Birmingham: John Gutgemann (age 33 born Germany), nail maker's foreman. With his wife Elizabeth Gutgemann (age 33 born Birmingham) and their four children; Percy J. Gutgemann (age 6 born Birmingham); Adele Gutgemann (age 5 born Birmingham); Ethel Gutgemann (age 2 born Birmingham); and Eugene F. Gutgemann (age 5 months born Birmingham)[2]

1901 Jno Gutgemann 43, cycle manufacturer, employer, lived in Birmingham with Elizth Gutgemann 43, Percy J Gutgemann 16, cycle (tool) manufacturer, worker, Adele Gutgemann 15, Ethel Gutgemann 12, Eugene Gutgemann 10, Doral Gutgemann 2[3]

1911 John Gutgemann 53, cycle manufacturer, employer, lived in Edgbaston with Elizabeth C Gutgemann 52, Percy John Gutgemann 26, motor manufacturer, employer, Adele Gutgemann 25, Ethel Gutgemann 22, Eugene Frederick Gutgemann 20, motor manufacturer, worker, Dora Edith Gutgemann 12[4]

1953 Percy J. Goodman died in Stratford on Avon[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1901 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. BMD