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Oscar Cupper

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Oscar Cupper (c1877- ), Agent for Metallurgique

1901 Lodger at 9 Lanark Villas, Paddington: Oscar Cupper (age 24 born Germany), Violinist - Music.[1]

1904 September. Summoned for driving a car dangerously. Oscar Cupper of 63 Portsdown Road, London with passenger Charles Edward Pearse.[2]

1905 July. Fined for driving a Car recklessly. Oscar Cupper of Maida Vale.[3]

1910 March Summoned for exceeding the speed limit. Guilty at re-trial.[4]

1911 Living at 43 Hanover Gate Mansions, Regents Park Road, Marylebone: Oscar Cupper (age 34 born Germany), Director of Motor Company - Employer. With his wife Regina Cupper (age 31 born Australia). Three servants.[5]

1913 December. Charged with detention and assault of a nurse. Guilty at re-trial.[6][7]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Mid Sussex Times - Tuesday 13 September 1904
  3. Luton Times and Advertiser - Friday 07 July 1905
  4. Western Times - Saturday 19 March 1910
  5. 1911 Census
  6. Globe - Friday 05 December 1913
  7. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Wednesday 28 January 1914