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Ellis Abraham Davidson Kisch

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Ellis Abraham Davidson Kisch (1879- )

1879 April 17th. Born the son of Albert Kisch, a prominent doctor, and his wife Annie

Sent abroad by his father to learn business practice, first at Sandeman in Portugal, and then to the Apollinaris spring water bottling plant located on the banks of the Rhine in Germany. There he met G. L. Dorwald. For much more information, see here[1]

1902-06 Manager of Putney Motor Co

1910 Engineer and General Manager of the Ailsa Craig Motor Co.[2]

1911 Staying at the Coburg Court Hotel, Coburg Place, Bayswater: Ellis Abraham Davidson Kisch (age 32 born London), Motor Engineer. Also Muriel Kathleen Albert Kisch (age 28 born London).[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. [1] Diagnostic Engineering May/June 2008: Ailsa Craig - The History: Part 1
  2. ImechE application
  3. 1911 Census