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Edward George Young

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Edward George Young (c1871-1935) of E. G. Young and Co and the Bentinck Motor and Cycle Co

ca.1871 Born in Marylebone

1901 Living in West Bridport, Notts., Cycle Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife and daughter.[1]

1906 January. Trading as the Bentinck Motor and Cycle Co.[2]

1906 February. 'E. G. Young, of Bentinck fame has opened a Depot and garage at Trent Bridge.'[3]

1906 July. 'We are shortly transferring our business at London Road to the principle depot, Trent Bridge, where all enquiries will receive every attention - E. G. Young and Co.[4]

1909 Edward George Young, motor and cycle engineer, 301, Arkwright street.[5]

1911 Living at 305 Arkwright Street, Nottingham: Edward George Young (age 40 born London), Motor and Cycle Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Sarah Ann Young (age 37 born Nottingham) and their two children Alice Hilda Young (age 11 born Nottingham) and Harold Edward Young (age 9 born Nottingham). One servant.[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Nottingham Evening Post - Wednesday 31 January 1906
  3. Nottingham Journal - Monday 19 February 1906
  4. Nottingham Journal - Tuesday 31 July 1906
  5. Nottingham Journal - Thursday 15 July 1909
  6. 1911 Census