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William Alfred Lockyer

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William Alfred Lockyer (c1876-1956)

1875 Born the son of George William Lockyer, a Miller.

1897 Married in Bletchingley to Edith Jessie Tayler

1902 Electrical and General Engineer, Motor Car and Cycle Maker.[1]

1911 Living at Richmond House. High Street, Uckfield: William Alfred Lockyer (age 35 Born Glynde, Sussex), Electrical and Motor Engineer - Employer. With his wife Edith Jessie and their four children.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Sussex Agricultural Express - Friday 13 June 1902
  2. 1911 Census