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Sidney Walter Lewis

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October 1929.

Sidney Walter Lewis (c1871-1948)

c1871 Born in Birmingham the son of John Lewis, Photographic Apparatus Maker.

1881 Living at 11 Braithwaite Road, Aston, Birmingham: John Lewis (age 39 born Birmingham), Photographic Master employing 2 men, 2 girls, 1 boy. With his wife Mary Ann Lewis (age 39 born Warwickshire) and their three sons; Arnold C. Lewis (age 11 born Lincoln); Sydney W. Lewis (age 10 born Birmingham); and Frederick Lewis (age 9 born Birmingham). One servant.[1]

1901 February 23rd. Married in Enfield to Mabel Jane Whorlow

1908 of Fiat

1911 Living at Ardenne, The Mall, Southgate: Sidney Walter Lewis (age 40 born Birmingham), Secretary and Manager to Motor Car Co. With his wife Mabel Jane Lewis (age 37 born Mddx) and their two children Stanley Lewis (age 6 born Palmer's Green) and Phyllis Mabel Lewis (age 4 born Palmer's Green).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1911 Census