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David Citroen (c1861-1925)
David Citroen (c1861-1925)
1861 Born in Holland<ref>1911 census</ref>
1861 Born in Amsterdam, Netherlands<ref>1911 census</ref>
1902 Naturalised British subject
1904 Naturalised British subject<ref>Certificate of naturalisation</ref>
Dealer in [[Minerva]] cars, initially as [[D. Citroen]], then [[Minerva Motors]]
Dealer in [[Minerva]] cars, initially as [[D. Citroen]], then [[Minerva Motors]]

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David Citroen (c1861-1925)

1861 Born in Amsterdam, Netherlands[1]

1904 Naturalised British subject[2]

Dealer in Minerva cars, initially as D. Citroen, then Minerva Motors

1911 Managing Director, Motor Car Company, living in Paddington Terrace, London N W, with Sarah Citroen 45, Betty Citroen 22, Clara Citroen 20.

1922 Chairman of Minerva Motors

1935 Died in Eastbourne[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 census
  2. Certificate of naturalisation
  3. National probate calendar