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Almond Tinkler

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Almond Tinkler (c1896- ) of Tinkler

1911 Living at 8 Langham Street, Liverpool: William John Tinkler (age 48 born Liverpool, Private means. With his wife Annie Tinkler (age 43 born Liverpool) and their four children; Katherine Bunting Tinkler (age 18 born Maghull); Norman Rothwell Tinkler (age 17 born Parkgate); Almond Tinkler (age 15 born Hoylake, Cheshire); and Brian Tinkler (age 6 born Liverpool).[1]

1924 Raced in 1924 TT Sidecar on a Matador with Norman Rothwell Tinkler

1925 Raced in 1925 TT Sidecar on a P. and M. with Norman Rothwell Tinkler

1939 Director of Langham Engineering Co (Liverpool)

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census