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Sidney Charles Holloway (1879-1933)
  
1879 Born in London, son of John Alexander Holloway, waiter, and his wife Helen.
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1879 Born in Westminster, son of John Alexander Holloway, waiter, and his wife Helen.
  
 
1890 Death of his father<ref>BMD</ref>
 
1890 Death of his father<ref>BMD</ref>

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Sidney Charles Holloway (1879-1933)

1879 Born in Westminster, son of John Alexander Holloway, waiter, and his wife Helen.

1890 Death of his father[1]

1901 Helen B Holloway 55, lived in London, with Lily Holloway 31, William C Holloway 25, mechanical engineer, working on own account, Sidney C Holloway 23, wholesale stationer[2]

1911 Helen Salfon Holloway 66, lived in Westminster with Lil Holloway 41, William Holloway 35, employer in the motor car industry, Sydney Charles Holloway, employer in the motor car industry 32[3]

1922 M.I.A.E., Man. Dir., Minerva Motors, Ltd.; b. 1879; s. of John Alexander Holloway. Ed. United, Westminster. Training: Joseph Richmond, Engrs. Connected with Minerva Motors since 1907. Address: Minerva Motors, Ltd., Chenies Street, London, W.C.

1933 of Paddington when he died[4]


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  2. 1901 census
  3. 1911 census
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