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Edward Atkinson (2)

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of James and Edward Atkinson‎

1841 Living at Facts? Green, Hornsey, Mddx (age 41), a Perfumer. With his wife Mary (age 32) and sons James (age 5) and Edward (age 2). [1]

1851 Living at Highgate Lodge, St. Pancras (age 51 born Wethere, Cumberland), a Gentleman. With his wife Mary Ann (age 42 born Penrith) and their children James (age 14 born St. George, London), Edward (age 11 born Hornsey, Mddx) and Ada Maud (age 6 born Hornsey). Four servants. [2]


Notes


1861 James is Living at Highgate Lodge, St Pancras (age 24 born Westminster), a Perfumer. With a visitor and four servants. [3]

1871 James is living at 1 Arcade Villas, Kingston-on-Thames (age 34 born Westminster), a Perfumer. With his wife Kathleen (age 21 born Waltham Abbey). One servant. [4]


1861 Edward is living in Hastings (age 21), a Perfumer and is with his widow mother [5]

1881 Edward is living in Hastings (age 41), an Annuitant and is with his widow mother. She is a holder of railway stock and funds [6]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 Census
  2. 1851 Census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 Census
  5. 1861 Census
  6. 1881 Census