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Alfred William Southey

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Alfred William Southey (c1870 - ) Engineer of the Electric Motive Power Co

of 38, Hale-lane, Mill Hill, London, N.W.

1911 Living at 29 Hastings House, London W.C.: Alfred William Southey (age 41 born New Cross, London), Engineer Manager - Motor Cab Works. With his wife Ellen Southey (age 26 born Cardiff) and their son Raymond Southey (age 1 born Stroud). Also his sister-in-law Jessie Voyzey (age 14 born Manchester).[1]

1913 July. Details of the Southey paraffin carburettor.[2]

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