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W. S. Loudon

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William Stevenson Loudon of Barton and Loudon

of Gutta-Percha Depot, Coventry

c1854 Born in Birmingham to John Baird Loudon, a Shoe Merchant, and his wife Elizabeth

1882 Gutta-Percha tyre cement

1911 Living at 2 Grosvenor Road, Coventry: William Stevenson Loudon (age 57 born Birmingham), a Commercial Traveller - Cycle and Motor Trade on Own Account. With his wife (married fifteen years with no children) Eva Eugenie Loudon (age 51 born Birmingham). One servant.[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census