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George Pritchett

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George Edward Barker Pritchett, of Pritchetts and Gold

c.1867 Born in Bishops Stortford, son of George Edward Pritchett

1890 Admitted as an Associate of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, of Bishops Stortford, the year after his father.

1891 George E B Pritchett 24, electrical engineer, employer, lived with his father, George Edward Pritchett 66, in Bishops Stortford, Sophia Amelia Pritchett 54, Margaret Hop Pritchett 21[1]

1901 The Pritchett brothers George, Theodore and Charles, all electrical engineers and employers lived in Sunbury[2]

1911 George E B Pritchett 44, Electrical engineer, electrical appliance manufacturer, employer, lived in Capel, Dorking, Surrey, Violet O Pritchett 31, Cyril G F Pritchett 7, Hugh E S Pritchett 4, Cynthia V M Pritchett 1[3]

1920 Died in Chelsea[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. 1901 census
  3. 1911 census
  4. national probate calendar