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Difference between revisions of "Mabel Browne"

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Mabel Browne nee (?) (c1864- )
Mabel Browne nee Lloyd-Price (c1864- )


Born the daughter of J. Lloyd-Price of Mertyn Hall, Holywell, Flintshire
Born the daughter of J. Lloyd-Price of Mertyn Hall, Holywell, Flintshire

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Mabel Browne nee Lloyd-Price (c1864- )

Born the daughter of J. Lloyd-Price of Mertyn Hall, Holywell, Flintshire

1897 April 21st. Married at Holywell, Flintshire to Tom Bousquet Browne

1904 BROWNE, Mrs. T. B., 10, Barkston Gardens, London, S.W. Cars: Renault, James and Browne tonneau and landaulet. Often drives 180 miles a day without fatigue. [1]

1911 Living at 10 Barkston Gardens, Earls Court, London: Tom Bousquet Browne (age 37 born Stamford Hill, London), Consulting Engineer - Automobiles - Employer. With his wife Mabel Browne (age 37 born Holywell, Flintshire) and their two sons Thomas Basil Browne (age 13 born South Kensington) and Ronald Bonsquet Browne (age 10 born South Kensington). Five servants.[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904
  2. 1911 Census