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Alfred Richard Sennett

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Alfred Richard Sennett (1858-1932)

1858 Born in Southwark the son of Christopher Andrew Sennett, a Furrier, and his wife Sarah Williams

Garden Cities in Theory and Practice by Alfred Richard Sennett

On the Electric Light." By ALFRED RICHARD SENNETT, Stud. Inst. C.E. 1884

1891 Living at Windmill Road, Ealing: Alfred R. Sennett (age 31 born Southwark), Electrical and Civil Engineer - Employer - Single. One servant.[1]

1896 Honorary Executive Commissioner, International Horse and Horseless Carriage and Roads Locomotion Exhibition, Crystal Palace.[2]

1897 Published 'Horseless Road Locomotion: its History and Modern Development'.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. Imech membershiup