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Frederick William Allard

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Frederick William Allard (1863-1943)

1863 Born at Northampton

Cycle racer and 'Safety Champion of the World'

1887 Married Ada Maria Moring

Worked at Coventry Machinists Co

1889 Set up Allard and Co with George Pilkington

1891 Living at Warwick Street, Coventry: Frederick W. Allard (age 24 born Northampton), a Professional Bicycle Rider. Living with wife Ada M. and son Frederick W. [1]

1901 Sold Allard and Co

1901 Living at 105 Godiva Street, Coventry: Frederick W. Allard (age 38 born Northampton), an unemployed publican. With wife Ada M. Allard (age 32 born Northampton) and children Frederick W. Allard (age 11 born Coventry) and Mabel E. Allard (age 1 born Coventry). [2]

1911 Living at 22 Masket Street, Coventry: Frederick William Allard (age 48 born Northampton), Licensed Victualler on Own Account. With his wife (married 24 years with eight children - four living) Ada Maria Allard (age 42 born Northampton) and their children Frederick William Allard (age 21 born Coventry), Engineer's Draughtsman; Mabel Elizabeth Allard (age 11 born Coventry); May Dorothy Allard (age 7 born Coventry); and Ada Allard (age 2 born Coventry). One servant.[3]

1943 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census