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Trevor Prince Searight

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Trevor Prince Searight (1882-1963)

1882 Born in Hampstead.

1896-1900 Educated at Repton School

1900-1903 Trinity College, Cambridge

1903-1905 Vickers Maxim, Crayford. Kent

1905-1914 H. M. Hobson, Ltd.

1911 Living at Prospect House, Camber, Rye, Sussex: Alec Ogilvie (age 29 born Hampstead), Living on private means - Employer. Also Trevor Prince Searight (age 28 born London), automobile engineer; Clive Frederick Uzielli (age 26 born Hampstead), insurance broker; and Herbert Rex Uzielli (age 20 born Hampstead), undergraduate. Four servants.[1]

1934 Joint Managing Director of H. M. Hobson, Ltd., Acton Vale, London.

1934 Married in Westminster to Hilda E. Cluer or Hall

1963 December 18th. Died. Of Shalloes, Cookham Dean, Berks.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census