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Arthur William Reeves

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Arthur William Reeves (1880- )

1880 Born the son of William Reeves, Coachman

1899-1902 Assistant Draughtsman at Charles Burrell and Sons

1903 June 2nd. Married at Great Barrington, Glos., to Wilhelmina the daughter of Harry Reeves, Coachman. AWR is an Engineer resident at Ipswich and the son of William Reeves (Deceased), Coachman.

1902-05 Assistant Draughtsman at Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies

1905-07 Chief Draughtsman at Brotherhood-Crocker Motors

1907-09 Worked at Sheffield-Simplex

1910 Designer and Chief Engineer of Crossley Motors

1911 Living at Ley Hay Park, Marple, Cheshire: Arthur William Reeves (age 32 born St. George's, London), Motor Engineer. With his wife Wilhelmina Reeves and their three children. One servant.[1]

1916 of Sheffield-Simplex

1922 Technical Director of Enfield-Allday

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census