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George Isaac Hurst

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George Isaac Hurst (1862-1918) of Hurst and Lloyd and later G. Hurst

1862 Born in bedford the son of Robert Charles Hurst, a surgeon, and his wife Jane Hannah

1893 Married at Hastings to Nellie Bull

1899 Inherits from the will of his grandfather George Hurst.[1]

1904 Mentioned. George Isaac Hurst, a maker of motor cars.[2]

1911 Living at 145 Palmerston Road, Bowes Park, Mddx: George Isaac Hurst (age 49 born Bedford), Engineer - Electrical - On own account. With his wife Nellie Hurst (age 40 born Royston) and their two children Andrey Frances Hurst (age 17 born Crouch End) and George Robert Hurst (age 11 born Bowes Park).[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Nottingham Journal - Friday 10 February 1899
  2. Islington Gazette - Friday 03 June 1904
  3. 1911 Census