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William Allen Taylor

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William Allen Taylor (1861- ) of Force Motor Syndicate and Wooliscroft Motor Co

1861 Born at Birmingham

Works manager of the British Motor Co

1902 Director of the Force Motor Syndicate

1911 Living 25 Walsgrove Road, Coventry: William A. Taylor (age 49 born Birmingham), an Engineer - General at Motor Works. With his wife (married 25 years with 8 children and 7 living) Annie G. Taylor (age 43 born Echall, Warks.) and their children Allen Taylor (age 24 born Coventry), an Engineer (Fitter)- Motor; Gertrude Taylor (age 23 born Coventry); Harry Taylor (age 22 born Coventry), an Engineer (Fitter) - Motor; Nelly Taylor (age 20 born Coventry); Frank Taylor (age 18 born Coventry), an Engineer (Driller) - Motor; Phoebe Taylor (age 15 born Coventry); and Leo M. Taylor (age 1 born Coventry).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census