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Morgan Donne (1861-1935)

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Morgan Donne (1861-1935) of Morgan Donne and probably of Donne and Willans

1861 Born in Paris the son of Lewis Donne, Watchmaker and jeweller, and his wife Martha Helen

1890 March 22nd. Married in Bloomsbury to Elizabeth Round

1901 Summoned for furiously driving a car at Caterham.[1]

1911 Living at 174 Amesbury Avenue, Streatham Hill, Streatham: Morgan Donne (age 50 born Paris of British parents), Managing Director - Dealers and Repairers of Automobiles - Employer. With his wife Elizabeth Donne (age 46 born Poplar) and their five children; Florence Evelyn Donne (age 19 born Clapham); Marie Eva Donne (age 17 born Wandsworth); Ida Elizabeth Donne (age 14 born Wandsworth); Phyllis Louise Donne (age 12 born Wandsworth); and Wilfred Eric Donne (age 7 born Streatham). Married 21 years with six children of whom five are living.[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. Surrey Mirror - Friday 13 September 1901
  2. 1911 Census