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Vernon Stewart Balls

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Vernon Stewart Balls (1888-1975)

1911 Living at 36 Poynders Road, Clapham Park, London S W: George Balls (age 61 born Brixton Hill), Veterinary Surgeon. With his wife Laura Sophia Balls (age 55 born Camberwell Green) and their five children; Leonard Seymer Balls (age 27 born Brixton Hill), Veterinary Surgeon; Rupert Balls (age 25 born Brixton Hill), Auctioneer; Vernon Stewart Balls (age 23 born Clapham Park), Motor Engineer; Clifford Leslie Balls (age 21 born Clapham Park), Motor Engineer; and Viola Irene Balls (age 15 born Clapham Park). Three servants.[1]

1929 Competing with Amilcar.[2]

1939 Living at 36 Drax Avenue, Wimbledon, Engineer. With Kathleen.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Coventry Evening Telegraph - Saturday 11 May 1929
  3. 1939 Census