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William Edward Plaister

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William Edward Plaister (1877-1956) of Lloyd and Plaister

1897 Clements, Jeakes and Co

1897-1900 T. Middleton and Co

1900-1901 S. Cutler and Sons

1901 Westinghouse Brake Co

1901 Partner in Lloyd and Plaister

1910 of Pembury House, Tottenham.

1911 Living at 632 High Road, Tottenham: William Henry Plaister (age 67 born Banwell, Som.), Medical Practitioner - Widowed. With his three children; William Edward Plaister (age 33 born Tottenham), Motor Car Manufacturer; Ethel Margaret Plaister (age 31 born Tottenham); and Geoffrey Robert Plaister (age 29 born Tottenham), Medical Practitioner. Two servants.[1]

1918 Awarded OBE. 'Major William Edward Plaister, the Royal Air Force, who was mentioned in the list of new members of the Order of the British Empire, is the surviving partner in the firm of the Brunswick Engineering Company, Grosvenor Road and Franklyn Street, Bristol. Major Plaister is son of Dr. W. H. Plaister, of Tottenham, London, and a nephew of Mrs Chaffey Glyde, of Portishead.'[2]

1939 Living at Pembury, The Avenue, Clevedon, Somerset, a Director of Light Engineering Works.

1956 February 23rd. Died.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. Western Daily Press - Thursday 13 June 1918