Person    | Male  Born 11/8/1879  Died 18/9/1965

Rex Silver

Categories: Craft / Design

Textile designer.  Born Reginald in Islington, the son of Arthur. In 1914 he was living at 1 Haarlem Road, Hammersmith.  In 1922 he married Sybil L. Peerless in Hendon, Middlesex.  At the time of his death he had been living at 29 Rowan Road, Hammersmith. His estate amounted to £15,936.

We are grateful to Andrew Behan for researching the three Silvers for us. 

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Rex Silver

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Silver Studio

Greater London Council The Silver Studio, established here in 1880. Arthur ...

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