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Singer, Adam Mortimer.
Adm. Fell.-Com. at DOWNING, Oct. 12, 1881. [Eldest s. of Isaac Merritt, inventor of the Singer sewing-machine, [of 62, Hogarth Road, Kensington. (and Isabelle Eugenie)].
B. July 25, 1863, at Yonkers, U.S.A.] Matric. Michs. 1881.
Became a naturalized British subject, 1900.
A pioneer in cycling, motoring and flying.
Of Milton Hill, Steventon, Berks., and 1, Mayfair House, Carlos Place, London, W. K.B.E., 1920.
J.P. for Berks.; High Sheriff, 1921.
Married (1) 1888, Mary Maund, dau. of John Oxley, of Maldon, Yorks.; (2) 1913, Aline Madeline, dau. of Etienne Pilavoine, of Biarritz.
Died June 24, 1929, in London.
Doubtless brother of Eugène (1885). (Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times, June 25, 1929.)
Adam Mortimer SINGER
Approx. lifespan: 1863–1929
Fell.-Com. Downing College adm1881:10:12
Eldest s. of Isaac Merritt SINGER inventor of the Singer sewing-machine, of 62 Hogarth Road, Kensington, [London], (and Isabelle Eugenie SINGER )
b. Yonkers, [New York State], USA , 1863:07:25
Matric 1881:10MT:
Became a naturalized British subject 1900
A pioneer in cycling, motoring and flying.
Of Milton Hill, Steventon, Berkshire , and 1 Mayfair House, Carlos Place, London , W.
KBE 1920
J.P. for: : Berkshire , .;
High Sheriff: 1921
m. (1) 1888 Mary Maund OXLEY dau. of John OXLEY of Maldon, < >[[XXX], Yorkshire ,
m. (2) 1913 Aline Madeline PILAVOINE dau. of Etienne PILAVOINE of Biarritz, [France],
d. 1929:06:24 in London ,
Doubtless brother of Eugène Paris SINGER (1885)
(Fox-Davies, Armorial Families; The Times 1929:06:25)