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Ernest Clifford Crisswell (1872-1934) Proprietor of [[Crisswell's Garage]]
  
 
1872 Born in nWest Bromwich
 
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Ed.: Framlingham College, Suffolk; commercial training Jones Bros., Ltd., Holloway. Car.: opened cycle business in Newmarket 1893; owned and drove first car 1898 (3 h.p. Benz); about same date formed with [[G. C. Bedwell]] and [[H. G. Bedwell]], [[Cambridge and Newmarket Autocar Co]]., Ltd.; afterwards owned present business.
  
,  B. 1872, West Bromwich. Ed.: Framlingham College, Suffolk; commercial training Jones Bros., Ltd., Holloway. Car.: opened cycle business in Newmarket 1893; owned and drove first car 1898 (3 h.p. Benz); about same date formed with G. C. & H. G. Bedwell, Cambridge & Newmarket Autocar Co., Ltd.; afterwards owned present business.
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Ernest Clifford Crisswell (1872-1934) Proprietor of Crisswell's Garage

1872 Born in nWest Bromwich

Ed.: Framlingham College, Suffolk; commercial training Jones Bros., Ltd., Holloway. Car.: opened cycle business in Newmarket 1893; owned and drove first car 1898 (3 h.p. Benz); about same date formed with G. C. Bedwell and H. G. Bedwell, Cambridge and Newmarket Autocar Co., Ltd.; afterwards owned present business.

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