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Thomas William Averill

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Thomas William Averill (1876-1935) of Alcester

1901 Living in Church Street, Alcester: Samuel Averill (age 55 born Evesham), Rope Maker - Employer - Widower. With his two children Thomas W. Averill (age 24 born Alcester), Rope Maker - Employer, and Gertrude L. Averill (age 22 born Alcester). Also his sister-in-law E. Rose Overbury (age 50 born Alcester), Single. One servant.[1]

1902 February. Details of the car he has made.[2]

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