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Maxwell Maberly-Smith (1869-1934)
1869 Born in Tunbridge Wells
1887 Attended Cambridge University; BA 1891
1901 An architect, working on his own account, living with his parents in Penshurst
1901 Designed the Maberly car for John Marston Ltd
1908 Married Ellen Tillard
1911 An architect, living in Henley, with Ellen Maberley Smith 31, Kathleen Mary Maberley Smith 1. Practiced at Berners Street, London.
1922 Announcement of engagement to Mary Katherine Gripper. 
Maxwell MABERLY-SMITH (1869-1934) 
Maxwell was born in Kent in 1869, the only son of George Maberly Smith, the Rector of Penshurst, Kent who was descended from Mary Pellatt née Maberly. Like his father he was educated at Cambridge University and in 1896 set up in practice as an architect.
He was also a designer and designed in 1901 for John Marston Ltd their first production model, the unusual 4-wheeled cycle-car produced under the name of the Sunbeam-Mabley.
He married Ellen Tillard in London in 1908 and Mary Katherine Gripper in 1922. He had two daughters, Kathleen and Stephanie with his first wife and Elizabeth with his second.