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Arthur Henry Bateman

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Arthur Henry Bateman (c1840-1909) of A. H. Bateman and Co

1840 April 2nd. Born the son of Henry Bateman

1881 Description of his steam carriage built with help of Edward Barker.[1]

1881 Living at 17 Woodland Villas, Greenwich: Arthur H. Bateman (age 41 born London), Engineer employing 30 men. With his wife Mary E. Bateman (age 30 born Walthamstow). Two servants. [2]

1901 Living at 15 Rosenthal Road, Lewisham: Arthur H. Bateman (age 60 born Finsbury), Civil Engineer - Employer. With his wife Mary E. Bateman (age 52 born Walthamstow. One servant.[3]

1909 April 22nd. Died

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Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1895/11/23
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1901 Census