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Charles Byron Loxton

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Charles Byron Loxton (c1861- )

1897 April. First car in Bristol. Is appointed local agent for Daimler.[1]

1911 Living at Melbourne House, 27 White Ladies Road, Bristol: Charles Byron Loxton (age 50 born Bristol), Land Surveyor - Employer. With his wife Florence Loxton (age 40 born Bristol) and their three children; Ruby Louisa Loxton (age 18 born Bristol); Charles Byron Loxton (age 15 born Bristol) and Perle Loxton (age 7 born Bristol). One servant.[2]

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