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1900 Hon secretary of the Manchester branch of the [[Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland]].<ref>[[The Autocar 1900/02/10]]</ref>
1900 Hon secretary of the Manchester branch of the [[Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland]].<ref>[[The Autocar 1900/02/10]]</ref>
1902 October. Letter. [[Marshall and Co (of Clayton)|Marshall and Co ]].<ref>[[The Autocar 1902/10/04]]</ref>


1906 Managing Director of [[Belsize Motors]]. Of 8 Abbey Grove, Eccles.
1906 Managing Director of [[Belsize Motors]]. Of 8 Abbey Grove, Eccles.

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James Hoyle Smith (c1864- ) of Belsize Motors

1900 Hon secretary of the Manchester branch of the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland.[1]

1902 October. Letter. Marshall and Co .[2]

1906 Managing Director of Belsize Motors. Of 8 Abbey Grove, Eccles.

1911 Living at Eccles New Road, Pendleton: James Hoyle Smith (age 47 born Congleton), Managing Director, Mechanical Engineer, Motor Manu Co. With his wife Frances Amelia Smith (age 46 born Hyde) and their daughter Edith Frances Eliz Smith (age 22 born Manchester). Married 23 years with two children of whom one is living. Two servants.[3]

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