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Gerald Oscar Herbert

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Gerald Oscar Herbert (1884-1956) of Singer and founder of the Lambert-Herbert Light Car Co

1884 Born in Coventry the son of William Henry Herbert

1891 Living at Muirhill House, Warwick Road, Coventry: Wm. Hy. Herbert (age 40 born Leicester), Cycle Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Fannie M. Herbert (age 39 born Leicester) and their two children Fannie H. H. Herbert (age 14 born Coventry) and Gerald O. Herbert (age 7 born Coventry). Five servants.[1]

1909 Married in Holborn to Rosalie Gilberte Madeleine Habay

1911 Living at Styrechale End; Coventry: Gerald Oscar Herbert (age 27 born Coventry), Assistant Manager - Motor Car Manufacturer. With his wife Jeanne Rosalie Gilberte Madelaine Herbert (age 21 born Paris) and their daughter Geraldine Odette Herbert (age 2 months born Coventry). Three servants.[2]

1914-20 with Premier Cycle Co

1934 Chairman of Monk Engineering Co

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census