Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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Frederick Robertson Smith

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Frederick Robertson Smith (1882-1930)

1882 Born in King's Lynn

Apprenticed at Savage Brothers

Joined Thornycroft

Joined Napier

1911-14 Worked for Aberdonia Cars

1911 Living at 47 Brookfield Road, Bedford Park, Acton Green, London: Frederick Robertson Smith (age 28 born King's Lynn), Automobile Designer. With his wife Lilian Helena Smith (age 28 born Norwich) and their daughter Kathleen Helena Smith (age 8 months born Acton). One visitor.[1]

1914 Joined Siddeley-Deasy

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census