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William Priest

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William Priest (c1842- ) of Quadrant Cycle Co

1891 Living at Hayley Road, Harborne: William Priest (age 49 born Harborne), Cycle Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Anne Priest (age 51 born Bilston) and their six children; Henry G. Priest (age 24 born Harborne), Cycle Manufacturer; Edith A. Priest (age 22 born Harborne); William A. Priest (age 21 born Harborne), Cycle Manufacturer; Charlotte L. Priest (age 19 born Harborne); Gertrude J. Priest (age 13 born Harborne); Reginald J. Priest (age 12 born Harborne). Two servants.[1]

Another William Priest
1913 August. For many years sales manager at Humber to become export manager at Sunbeam.[2]

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