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Frederick Samuel Buckingham

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of the Elswick Cycle Co‎ and Buckingham and Adams

c1858 Born

1881 Living at The Observatory, Perry Rise, Lewisham: James Buckingham (age 69 born St. Mary's, Newington) a Civil Engineer. With his wife Sarah Buckingham (age 52 born Chatham) and their children Frederick S. Buckingham (age 23 born St. Mary's, Newington), a Civil Engineer; and Edith M. Buckingham (age 16 born USA). One servant.[1]

1890 Charged with fraud at Buckingham and Adams

1901 Living at Lambton Road, Jesmond: Frederick Samuel Buckingham (age 42 born Walworth Common, London), a Civil Engineer and Manager of a Limited Company. With his wife Mary Ann Buckingham (age 32 born Wingham, Northumberland). One servant.[2]

1911 Living as a visitor at Windermere, South Leigh Road, Denville, Havant, Hants: Frederick S. Buckingham (age 50 born London), an Engineer - Motor Engineering.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census