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Clarice May Shepperson 1

Prescot Henry Ashton Adkins
circa 1879-1960
Chief Clerk, East London Elec. Dept (retired)
of Rouwkoop Rd, Rondebosch, Cape

Doreen Clarice

Joyce V Eunice

Nancy Patricia

Shepperson Prescott

children of Clarice May and Prescot Henry Ashton Adkins

Doreen Clarice Adkins
 married (1)

unknown Robottom 2
 married (2)

unknown Wright 3

Joyce V Eunice Adkins

unknown Hertslet 4

Nancy Patricia Adkins born 1918
born 2 September 1918 5
baptized St Stephens, Fort Jackson 6

unknown Bolus 7

Shepperson Prescott Adkins 8 born 1925
of Boston, USA
born 9 July 1925 9
baptized St Stephens, Fort Jackson 10

Notes: emigrated to Canada many years ago
(info - Keith Durno)

He was a resident of Pittsburgh, USA, in 1961 when he organised the founding
of the Allegheny Region Porsche Club of America.
(info - Porsche Club of America web site, from which the quote below is taken:

The gathering [March 25, 1961] was organized by a relatively recent Pittsburgh
resident... Shepperson Prescott Adkins. A South African native, Shep had
become interested in automobiles at an early age, having seen the Type C 16
Cylinder Auto Union car race at the South African Grand Prix in Cape Town
in 1936. He came to the U.S. in the mid-fifties and after settling in the Boston
area, formed the Northeast Region of PCA. A move to Akron, Ohio, in 1959,
and sure enough, an Akron Region of PCA was born.

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