Clifford Roger FLEMING-WILLIAMS

a.k.a. C. Fleming Williams, "Streamline Bill"

aviator, designer, illustrator, inventor, painter


b. April 11, 1880
Dalston, Hackney, Middlesex, England

m. Jul-Sep 1906, Hackney
Katherin Winifred NORTH

d. Oct-Dec 1940
Brentford, Middlesex, England

children:

Brian Clifford
b. Jul-Sep 1909, West Ham
d. 1985, Essex

Donald Charles
b. Apr-Jun 1911, Hackney
d. 1976, Berkshire

parents:

Charles Fleming-Williams
minister of Hoxton Academy Chapel (1881)
b. ~1851, Ireland

K. Rogers-Williams
b. ~1858, Durley, Hampshire

siblings:

Lieut. Charles Lionel, architect
Royal Engineers
b. ~1879, Dalston, Hackney
d. March 4, 1919

membership:

Royal Aero Club of the UK (Feb 1915)

military:

2nd Lieut., Royal Flying Corps (~Oct 1916)
assistant instructor, No 1 School of Military Aeronautics
Lieutenant (Feb 6, 1917)
Captain (June 20, 1917)
chief instructor
Major (July 11, 1918)
demobilized May 28, 1919

misc.:

founder of Car Cruiser Caravans, Ltd.,
North Hyde Road, Hayes, Middlesex
several Canadian and U.S. patents

occupation:

designer of planes and caravans

residence:

7 Albion Road, Shoreditch, Hackney (1881)
Hackney (1901)
Heybridge or Tollesbury, Maldon, Essex (1911)


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