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Frederick Vickers

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Frederick Vickers (c1840- )

c1840 Born in Sheffield the son of Edward Vickers and his wife Ann Naylor. See Vickers Genealogy

1841 Living at Weston Bank, Eccleshall Bierlow: Edward Vickers (age c37), a Merchant. With his wife Ann Vickers (age c37) and their children George N. Vickers (age c10), Thomas Edward Vickers (age c7), Sarah Ann Vickers (age c5), Albert Vickers (age 2 years 6 months), and Frederic Vickers (3 months). Three servants.[1]

1851 Living at Firs Hill, Pitsmoor, Sheffield: Edward Vickers (age 47 born Sheffield), Alderman and Borough Magistrate, Merchant and Steel Manufacturer. With wife Ann (age 47) and children Thomas Edward Vickers (age 17), Sarah Ann (age 14), Frederick Vickers (age 10), Gertrude L. Vickers (age 6) and Isabel Vickers (age 4). Also two visitors and three servants. [2]

1861 Living at Taplow House, Leeward Road, Eccleshall Bierlow: Edward Vickers (age 57 born Sheffield), Magistrate, Steel Manufacturer and Merchant. With his wife Ann Vickers (age 51 born Sheffield) and their son Thomas E. Vickers (age 27 born Sheffield), Steel Manufacturer and Merchant; his daughter-in-law Frances M. Vickers (age 19 born Knigtsbridge); Frederick Vickers (age 20 born Sheffield); His son-in-law John Macnamara (age 32 born London), a Gentleman; his daughter Sarah A. Macnamara (age 24 born Sheffield); Gertrude L. Vickers (age 16 born Sheffield); and his daughter Isabel Vickers (age 14 born Sheffield). Eight servants.[3]

1871 Living at Dykes Hall, Far Lane, Ecclesfield: Frederick Vickers (age 30 born Sheffield), a Manufacturer. With his wife Maria Vickers (age 26 born Thorne) and children Durham Vickers (age 5 born Ecclesfield) and Hilda Vickers (age 9 months born Ecclesfield). Also his niece Elizabeth E. Foster (age 19 born Laughton). Three servants.[4]

1881 Living at Dykes Hall, Far Lane, Ecclesfield: Frederick Vickers (age 40 born Sheffield), a Steel Manufacturer. With his wife Maria Vickers (age 36 born Thorne, Yorkshire) and their daughters Hilda Vickers (age 10 born Sheffield) and Muriel Vickers (age 4 born Sheffield). Four servants.[5]

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Sources of Information

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