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Horace Millner Bentley

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Horace Millner Bentley (c1888-1969)

Brother and partner of Walter Owen Bentley in Bentley Motors

c1889 Born in London the son of Alfred Bentley, a merchant in silks and woollens, and his wife, Emily Waterhouse.

1911 Living at 80 Avenue Road, Hampstead: Alfred Bentley (age 69 born London), Private means. With his wife Emily Bentley (age 57 born Adelaide, Australia - British subject) and their six children; Clara Bentley (age 35 born 36 St. John's Wood Park); Hilda Bentley (age 28 born 36 St. John's Wood Park); Leonard Well Bentley (age 27 born 36 St. John's Wood Park); Arthur Waterhouse Bentley (age 26 born 78 Avenue Road, Hampstead), Surveyor; Horace Milner Bentley (age 25 born Summerfield, Hampstead Heath), Chartered Accountant; and Walter Owen Bentley (age 22 born 78 Avenue Road, Hampstead), Engineer, Motor Cab Company. Three servants.[1]

1969. Obituary. Aged 81 years. [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. The Times, Monday, Apr 10, 1967