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John Walter Mawdsley Brooke

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John Walter Mawdsley Brooke (1875- ) of J. W. Brooke and Co

1875 August 13th. Born the son of John Walter Brooke and his wife Jane Ann

1901 August. letter promoting the idea of an automobile track at Oulton.[1]

1910 Biographical information and image at Automotor Journal 19100129

1911 Living at Yarmouth Road, Lowestoft: Mawdsley Brooke (age 35 born Lowestoft), Engineer (General Manager) Motor Engines - Employer. With his wife Edith Brooke (age 38 born Beecles) and their three children; Waveney Brooke (age 6 born Lowestoft); Peter Brooke (age 3 born Lowestoft); and Jane Brooke (age under one month born Lowestoft). Married eleven years with five children. One visitor. Two servants.[2]

1934 Director of Brooke Marine Motors

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