WILLIAM EDWARD ROBINSON
22 AUGUST 1878 - 26 MAY 1945
WER's blanks shown in the background.
Bert McBeth lived
across the street from us.
20 Windermere Road, where Wm.E, his wife Maud, and son Harold lived in Handsworth.
PASSENGERS SAILING FROM LIVERPOOL JUNE 30, 1925
ROBINSON WILLIAM EDWARD 44YRS 8MONTHS B M M JEWELLER ?? ENGLISH YES ENGLISH YES ENGLAND BIRMINGHAM FATHER MR ROBINSON 71A CHURCH ST. LOWELLS, BIRMINGHAM NJ EAST ORANGE
MAUD AMELIA SHERWOOD HOUSEWIFE
HAROLD WILLIAM 10 M SCHOLAR 2A-23430-116143-404 - YES TO READ AND WRITE
Sir Thomas Lipton Cup.
"So, Dad, what did your father do at Tiffany?" "Knives and plates."
WER was a chaser, too.
"He worked on trophies. He worked on the Lipton Cup."
When I actually got around to researching the cup (shown here), I doubted it, as the timing was wrong. But apparently there is more than one Lipton Cup, and it is unlikely that Dad would have gotten the name wrong.
(Reference material spotty and inaccurate.) (JRN)
The Lipton Cup.