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W. E. Rogers

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1904 ROGERS, W. E., Rugeley, Staffordshire. Cars: 2.75-h.p. Beeston quad, Star, Benz, Locomobile, Alldays Traveller voiturette, 5.5-h.p. Wolseley, 9-h.p. Clement, 10-h.p. Duryea. Is surveyor to the Rugeley Urban District Council. Would like to see all vehicles mechanically propelled so as to do away with cruelty to horses. Bought his first motor at the Richmond Show, 1896; thinks motoring a most fascinating sport. [1]

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  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904