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Leonard Baynes

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November 1937. Wolseley. Poppy Day Appeal Tour.

Leonard Baynes (1878-1967)

1878 Born the son of Frederick Baynes, a merchant.

1911 Living at Capri, Golders Green Road, Golders Green: Leonard Baynes (age 33 born Brixton), Motor Inspector - Insurance Company. With his wife Doris Mary Baynes (age 31 born Marylebone) and their son Staunton Baynes (age 2 born Letchworth). Two servants.[1]

1919 September. Advertises as a 'Motorists' Advisory Engineer'.[2]

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