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Winnie Buller

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Winnie Buller.

Winnie Buller (1884 or 1887- ). Early aviator.

1884 Born in Bacton, Norfolk

c1912 Winifred Buller was the English ladies cross country flying champion and worked as a test pilot for the British Caudron Co based in Cricklewood, near Hendon Aerodrome.

1919-20 Served with the Women’s Royal Air Force (WRAF).

Possibly Winfred Mea Buller -

Born the daughter of William Sawyer, a Solicitor, and his wife Ettie.

1896 Married in Bloomsbury to George Cecil Buller

1909 George Cecil Buller is Managing Director of the Shoreham and Lancing Land Co.[1]

1911 Living at 60 Draycott Place, Chelsea: George Cecil Buller (age 45 born Croydon), no occupation given. With his wife Winfred Mea Buller (age 27 born Yarmouth), no occupation given. Also his sister-in-law Dorothy Sawyer (age 26 born Yarmouth). One visitor. Three servants.[2]

1927 Became a naturalised US citizen

1970 Died in Hove as Mea Winnifred Williams

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Sources of Information

  1. Worthing Gazette - Wednesday 20 October 1909
  2. 1911 Census