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Reginald Gordon Nye

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Reginald Gordon Nye (1885- ) of R. G. Nye and Co

1910 Trading at 69 Leather Lane and selling motorcycles under the name R. G. Nye and Co

1911 Living at 83 Drewstead Road, Aldhurst, Streatham: George Henry Frederick Nye (age 62 born London, Proprietor - The Grosvenor Library - Employer. With his wife Sara Martha Nye (age 58 born Tasmania) and their six children; Mabel Kathleen Nye (age 34 born Brixton); Margnerite Helen Nye (age 26 born Brixton); Reginald Gordon Nye (age 24 born Brixton), Motor Engineer; Stanley Vivian Nye (age 21 born Brixton), Librarian; Raymond Lancelor Nye (age 19 born Brixton), Librarian; and Gladys Muriel Nye (age 17 born Brixton).[1]

1911 April. Married in Portsmouth to Louisa G. Oldfield

1919 Mention. R. G. Nye, Kew Lodge, Hoath, near Canterbury.[2]

1923 Mention. R. G. Nye employed as a coach painter since 1921 at Edenbridge.[3]

1925 Advertisement. The Service Bazaar, 72 King's Road, Southsea includes a picture of R. G. Nye, Collector and Valuer, antique furniture.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Saturday 29 November 1919
  3. Kent & Sussex Courier - Friday 13 April 1923
  4. Portsmouth Evening News - Friday 02 October 1925