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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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1911 Living in King's heath, a gun engraver and employer. With his wife Nellie and his brother [[Richard Power]].<ref>1911 Census</ref>
1911 Living in King's heath, a gun engraver and employer. With his wife Nellie and his brother [[Richard Power]].<ref>1911 Census</ref>


1939 Living in Solihull, a Manufacturing Jeweller. With his wife Nellie.
1939 Living in Solihull, a Manufacturing Jeweller. With his wife Nellie.<ref>1939 Census</ref>


1954 Will. of 24. The Crescent, Solihull, Chairman of W.A.P. Watson.<ref>Birmingham Daily Post - Tuesday 18 May 1954</ref>
1954 Will. of 24. The Crescent, Solihull, Chairman of W.A.P. Watson.<ref>Birmingham Daily Post - Tuesday 18 May 1954</ref>
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[[Category: Biography]]
[[Category: Biography]]
[[Category: Biography - Automotive]]
[[Category: Births 1870-1879]]
[[Category: Births 1870-1879]]
[[Category: Deaths 1950-1959]]
[[Category: Deaths 1950-1959]]

Latest revision as of 16:30, 13 December 2018

Augustus Harry / Harold Power (1877-1954), of W. A. P. Watson

1911 Living in King's heath, a gun engraver and employer. With his wife Nellie and his brother Richard Power.[1]

1939 Living in Solihull, a Manufacturing Jeweller. With his wife Nellie.[2]

1954 Will. of 24. The Crescent, Solihull, Chairman of W.A.P. Watson.[3]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 Census
  3. Birmingham Daily Post - Tuesday 18 May 1954