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George Reginald Helmore

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George Reginald Helmore (c1865-1937)

Born the son of George Helmore, a Coal Merchant.

1890 Married at Yarmouth to Edith Clara Hawes

1900 Sec. of the Motor Trades Association

1902 August. Letter. Secretary and Treasurer of the Automobile Mutual Protection Association.[1]

1911 Living at 45 Barrow Road, Streatham Common, London SW: George Reginald Helmore (age 46 born Westminster), Chartered Accountant. With his wife Edith Clara Helmore (age 41 born Suffolk) and their three children; George Donald Percy Helmore (age 19 born West Dulwich), Cadet Merchant Service; Brian Dudley Helmore (age 15 born West Dulwich); and Edith Vera Helmore (age 13 born Leytonestone). One servant.[2]

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