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Frederick William Berwick

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Frederick William Berwick (c1882-1960) of F. W. Berwick and Co

c1882 Born in London the son of Richard Berwick, Coffee House Keeper, and his wife Isabella

1911 Living at Christchurch, 69 Acacia Grove New Malden, Surrey: Frederick William Berwick (age 29 born St Martin in the Fields, London). Motor Car Dealer - Employer. With his wife Lilian Gertrude Berwick (age 30 born Camberwell) and their daughter Winifred Beatrice Berwick (age 5 born Camberwell). One servant.[1]

1911 Registered the F. W. Berwick and Co, in conjunction with Alexander Keiller

1913 The Sizaire-Berwick company took limited status with F. W. Berwick and A. Keiller as directors

By 1922 Berwick had left the company

Later he was connected with the Windsor Light Car made at Lancaster Road, London W11. Produced by James Bartle and Co.

1929 Berwick helped to create British Salmson Aero Engines to build aero engines. The first Salmson car appeared in 1934.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census