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Francis William Killingbeck

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Francis William Killingbeck (1862-1907)

1862 Born the son of William Killingbeck, a Tailor and Outfitter, and his wife Jane

1899 Patent. C. H. Oliverson and F. W. Killingbeck. Speed Varying Apparatus.[1]

1901 Living at 22 Church View, Nether Graveship, Westmoreland: Francis W. Killingbeck (age 38 born Snaith, Yks.), Motor Car Maker. With his wife Sarah Eden Killingbeck (age 31 born Shropshire) and their four children; Francis Wm Killingbeck (age 9 born Warrington); Ethel Killingbeck (age 7 born Warrington); Walter Killingbeck (age 4 born Southport); and Mabel Killingbeck (age 2 born Southport). Also a boarder Wm Edwin Lancaster (age 21 born Manchester), Motor car maker Fitter.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Google Patents
  2. 1901 Census