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Albert Edward White

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Albert Edward White (c1880- ) of Worthington Brothers

1911 Living at Lingfield, Twiss Grove, Hythe, Kent; Albert Edward White (age 31 born Devonport), Manager Motor Works - Own account. With his wife Emma Mabel White (age 32 born Hythe) and their two children Doris Mabel White (age 5 born Eltham) and Albert Jack White (age 1 born Hythe). One servant.[1]

1913 Receiving order. Albert Edward White, Motor engineer. Residing at Lelant, Blackhouse-hill, Hythe, in the county of Kent, and carrying on business at Hythe aforesaid, as the Managing Director of Worthington Brothers Limited.[2]

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