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Bernard Steeley

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Bernard Steeley (1868-1935), director of Joseph Lucas

1911 Living at Fardenes, 47 Bunbury Rd, Northfield, Kings Norton, Worcestershire: Bernard Steeley (age 43 born Birmingham), Director of Public Company - Cycle and Motor Trade - Employer. With his wife Hawthorne Steeley (age 39 born Melbourne, Australia) and their five children; Norman Steeley (age 17 born Shirley, Wks), Assistant Expert in Motor and Cycle Trade; Shirley Steeley (age 15 born Shirley, Wks); Leslie Steeley (age 13 born Birmingham); Mary Steeley (age 10 born Moseley); and Elizabeth Steeley (age 2 born King's Norton). Three servants.[1]


1913 June. Commercial Managing Director of Joseph Lucas.[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. The Autocar 1913/06/21