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William Harland Hebb

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William Harland Hebb (c1824-1889) of the London Cycle Supply Association and Metropolitan Machinists Co

ca.1824 Born in Dublin the son of William Hebb, Soldier.

1866 Married(1) in Whitechapel to Hannah Elizabeth Champion

1871 Living at Dering Road, Croydon: William Hebb (age 27 born Dublin), Accountant. With his wife Hannah Hebb and their daughter.[1]

1883 Listed as William Harland Hebb, Winchester House, Heathfield Road, Croydon, Solicitor.[2]

1886 June 01st. Admitted to practice as an attorney, solicitor and proctor of the Supreme Court of Victoria.

1889 October 20th. Died. Of William Street, Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. Sussex Agricultural Express - Tuesday 26 June 1883