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Cecil Clement Bianchi

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Cecil (Cecilio) Clement Bianchi (1886-1970) of Crossley Motors

1886 Born in Clapton, London, the son of Cecilio Bianchi, a Fan Painter, and his wife Angiold

1911 Living at 3 Main Avenue, Burnage Lane, Levenshulme, Manchester: Cecil Clement Bianchi (age 24 born Clapton, London). Foreman, Motor Car Manufacturer. With his wife Helen Rebecca Bianchi (age 26 born Marylebone) and their son Cecil Joseph Bianchi (age 11 months born Teddington, Mddx.).[1]

1920's, became Crossley Motors chief engineer

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census