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Ruth Ellen Ridge-Jones

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Ruth Ellen Ridge-Jones aka Nelly Ridge-Jones (1881-1977)

1881 Born the daughter of Thomas Ridge-Jones, Surgeon

1908 Nelly Ridge-Jones in a Sunbeam took part in the first Brooklands race for women - The Ladies Bracelet Handicap. [1]

1911 Living in Hanover Square, London: Arthur Ridge-Jones (age 31 born London), Stockbroker. With his parents, two sisters and two brothers.[2] Sisters were Gwendoline Ridge-Jones (1879-1914) and Ruth Ellen Ridge-Jones (1881-1977) who m.1919 Reginald Heathcote Somers-Lewis

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Monday, Jul 06, 1908
  2. 1911 Census