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William Tingey

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William Tingey of William Tingey and Son

c1846 Born in London, son of William Tingey, Senior

1861 Living at St. Pancras (age 15 born London). With his parents William Tingey (age 40 born Downham, Cambridgeshire), a Warehouseman, and Elizabeth (age 42 born Birmingham). Also his siblings, a visitor and two servants. [1]

1871 Living at Home Street, Frindsbury, Kent (age 25 born London), a Manufacturer. With his wife Eliza (age 26 born York) and son William Harold Tingey (age 2 born Frindsbury). Also two servants. [2].

1881 Living at The Friar, Baley Hill, Rochester (age 35 born London), a Cement Manufacturer employing 8 hands. With his wife Eliza (age 36 born York). Plus two servants. [3]

1891 Living at Castle Moat, Castle Gardens, Rochester (age 45 born London), a Cement Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Eliza (age 46 born York). Plus three servants. [4]

1911 Staying at Belgrave Hotel, Torquay, Devon (age 65 born London), Director of Associated Portland Cement Manufacturer. With his wife Eliza (age 66 born York). [5]

1925 Died in Medway area[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1881 Census
  4. 1891 Census
  5. 1911 Census
  6. BMD