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Arthur Warren Lambert

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Arthur Warren Lambert (1888-1964) of Warren Lambert Engineering Co

1911 Living at 214 Kew Road, Richmond, Surrey: Arthur Frederick Lambert (age 47 born Islington), Surgical Instrument Maker. With his wife Emily Grace Lambert (age 49 born Hackney) and their three children; Arthur Warren Lambert (age 23 born Hackney), Automobile Engineer; Herbert Lambert (age 18 born Hackney), Articled to Surveyor; and Charles Powell Lambert (age 7 born Richmond). Two servants.[1]

1913 Also designed a car made under the Lambert and West

1918 Major Warren Lambert. Mentions his brother in business with him. Some details and image.[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  • A-Z of Cars of the 1920s by Nick Baldwin. 1994. ISBN 1 870979 53 2