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Sidney Allingham

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Sidney Allingham (1866- ) of Robert Boby

1866 Born at St. Luke's, Middlesex, the son of William Allingham, a Surgeon, and his wife Christina

1901 Living at 90 Risbygate, Bury St. Edmunds: Sidney Allingham (age 34 born Finsbury), Mechanical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Cristina Allingham (age 36 born Liverpool) and their two children Charles P. S. Allingham (age 9 born St. Pancras) and Dorothy M. Allingham (age 8 born St. Pancras). Two servants.[1]

1907 Described as a large employed of labour and the head of St. Andrew's Works, Bury St. Edmunds.[2]

1911 Living at 90 Risbygate St, Bury St Edmunds: Sidney Allingham (age 44 born London), Engineer and Employer. With his wife Ernestine Allingham (age 46 born Berkhamsted) and their daughter Dorothy Allingham (age 18 born London).Also his sister-in-law Hetty McIlwraith (age 39 born neston, Cheshire) and his niece Violet McIlwraith (age 15 born London). Two servants.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Diss Express - Friday 01 November 1907
  3. 1911 Census