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William Edward Hart

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William Edward Hart (1864- ) of the Hart Cycle Co and the Hart Cycle and Vehicle Co

1864 Born in Wolverhampton the son of William Edward Hart, a Key Maker, and his wife Elizabeth

1886 Bankrupt. Great Brick-kiln Street and Church-street, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire. Brass and Iron Founder, and Bicycle Manufacturer.[1]

1894 Married in Wolverhampton to Alice Louisa Thompson

1901 Living at 46 Clifford Street, Wolverhampton: William E. Hart (age 36 born Wolverhampton), Cycle Engineer. With his wife Alice L. Hart (age 27 born Wolverhampton) and their two children Winifred E. S. Hart (age 4 born Wolverhampton) and William C. Hart (age 9 months born Wolverhampton).[2]

1911 Living at 42 Holydyke, Barton On Humber: William Edward Hart (age 46 born Wolverhampton), Factor, Clothing. With his wife Alice Louisa Hart (age 37 born Wolverhampton) and their five children; Winifred Irene Sylvia Hart (age 14 born Wolverhampton); William Cecil Hart (age 10 born Wolverhampton); Marjorie Evelyn Hart (age 8 born Sheffield); Vera Cecily Hart (age 4 born Barton-upon-Humber); and Cree Kelvin Hart (age 2 born Barton-upon-Humber).[3]

1939 Living at 12 Fitzroy Street, Kingston-upon-Hull, a Heath Spray Worker, Retired. With his wife and daughter.[4]

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