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Leslie Crawshay Williams

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Leslie Crawshay Williams (c1881-1945) of Crawshay Williams

c1881 Born the son of Arthur J. Williams, Barrister, and his wife Rose (grand-daughter of William Crawshay)

1909 Joined the Brompton Motor Co and later the General Manager of Benz Concessionaires

1911 Living at 73 Boundary Road, St John's Wood: Leslie Crawshay Williams (age 30 born London), General Manager of Motor Car Co. With his wife Joyce Crawshay Williams (age 26 born Chelsea, Painter (Artist), and their two children Rupert Crawshay Williams (age 3 born Marylebone) and Lillian Crawshay Williams (age 11 months born Marylebone). One visitor. Four servants.[1]

1914 August. Signs as general manager of Mitchell's Garage.[2]

1945 February 22nd. Died.

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