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George Beverley Cooper

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George Beverley Cooper (c1858-1918)

ca.1858 Born the son of George Cooper, Royal Navy Chaplain, and his wife Mary

1880 Patent. George Beverley Cooper, Stroud, for “improvements in velocipede lamps, and in the means attaching such lamps to velocipedes.”[1]

1891 Of 14 Holborn Viaduct, London. Director of Premier Cycle Co

1897 Chairman of the Sparkbrook Manufacturing Co.[2]

1901 Living at 57 Cavendish Road, Clapham: George B. Cooper (age 43 born Roundhay, Yks.), On Own means (Retired Cycle manufacturer). With his wife Alice Cooper and their two daughters. A visitor and four servants.[3]

1910 George B. Cooper who has several houses in Wimbledon. [4]

1911 Living at 8 Raymond Road, Wimbledon: George Beverley Cooper (age 53 born Roundhay, Yks.), Private Means. With his wife Alice and their daughter.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Sportsman - Saturday 03 July 1880
  2. The London Gazette Publication date:23 March 1897 Issue:26835 Page:1699
  3. 1901 Census
  4. The Times, Thursday, Feb 17, 1910
  5. 1911 Census