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Albert Owen Ford

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Albert Owen Ford (Bertie Ford) of A. B. F. aka All British Ford

1887 Q2. Born at Exeter

1891 Living at 20 Radford Road, Exeter: Frank Wills Ford (age 37 born St Thomas, Exeter), a Tailor. With his wife Jessie Ford (age 37 born Exeter) and their children Amy Ford (age 15 born Exeter); Charlotte Ford (age 13 born Exeter); Fredk Augustus Ford (age 10 born Exeter); Lucy Ford (age 7 born Exeter); Albert Owen Ford (age 3 born Exeter)[1]

Ford had been a aviator in Canada but broke his legs and changed his attention to cars

1929 Married Mabel Lillian Sadler

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census