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Arthur Lipscomb Bayley

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Arthur Lipscomb Bayley (c1860-1932) of the English Motor Car Co and Joseph Evans and Co

c1860 Born the son of John Tandey Bayley, a Lawyer.

1891 Living at Wingfield, School Road, King's Norton: Arthur Lipscombe Bayley (age 31 born Wednesbury), Metallic Bedstead Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Adeline Bayley (age 34 born Glamorgan) and their daughter Mabel A. G. Bayley (age 6 born Sutton Coldfield). One visitor. Two servants.[1]

1926 Bankrupt. 'Arthur Lipscomb Bayley, 29 Ropemaker Street, Loridon, E.G., manager of a limited company, and lately carrying on business at Liverpool Street, Birmingham, Warwick, as a director of a limited company, and lately residing at 111 Warwick Road, Earls Court, London.'[2] 'who formerly carried on the business as a manufacturer of bedstead fittings'[3]

1932 Concerning has estate. '... claims or demands against the estate of Arthur Lipscomb Bayley, late of 20, Challoner Mansions, Kensington, and lately trading as "Mason & Co.," of 374, Old Street, both in the county of London, deceased, who died on the 31st day of August, 1932...'[4]

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