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Winifred Stanley Henderson

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Winifred Stanley Henderson (1860-1941), publisher, of James Henderson and Sons[1]

1869 Bon in Dulwich, son of James Henderson, clerk, and his wife Lavinia (nee Syme)[2]. In fact his father was a newspaper proprietor and publisher.

1911 Winfred Stanley Henderson 42, managing director of publishing company, lived in Godstone with Mary Emslie Henderson 40, Phyllis Stanley Henderson 14, Allan Winfred Henderson 11, Basil Balfour Henderson8, Eileen Mary Henderson 7[3]

1920 Appointed as Liquidator when James Henderson and Sons was put into voluntary liquidation[4]

1929 Patent with Basil Balfour Henderson trading as Hendy Aircraft Co and Horace Albert Miles, all of Shoreham Aerodrome, Shoreham-by-Sea, on improvements in construction of aeroplane wings or tailplanes

1941 Died in West Wickham, Kent[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Biography of James Henderson, ODNB
  2. Baptism record
  3. 1911 census
  4. London Gazette 5 March 1920
  5. national probate calendar