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Arthur Crawley Potter

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Arthur Crawley Potter (c1866-1937) of A. C. Potter and Co

1911 Living at 43B London Road, Forest Hill: Arthur Crawley Potter (age 45 born Nova Scotia, Canada - British by parentage), Engineer - Employer - Single. Also a housekeeper and her child.[1]

1937 Obituary

Mr. Arthur Crawley Potter, of Messrs. A. C. Potter and Co., engineers, Dysart-road ironworks, which were recently sold, died London on Friday, at the age of 71.

Over a period of nearly 40 years the contracting work Mr. Potter earned out and the pumping machinery plant he supplied throughout Great Britain was very extensive. Just after the War - about 1920 - Mr. Potter took over the works in Dysart-road, which had been vacant for a great many years, and resided in the Harlaxton district, although lately he lived in London where he had showrooms. He had travelled extensively.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census