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Sydney Prestige

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Sydney Prestige (c1857-1933)

1861 Living at 23 Douglas Street, Deptford: John T. Prestige (age 33 born Deptford), Engineer's Foreman. With his wife Eliza S. Prestige (age 33 born Deptford) and their three children; Eliza S. Prestige (age 9 born Deptford); John T. Prestige (age 7 born Deptford); and Sidney Prestige (age 4 born Deptford). Also his sister-in-law Louisa P. Prestige (age 24 born Deptford)[1]

1901 Living at Aberdeen House, Blackheath Part, Kidbrooke: Sydney Prestige (age 44 born Deptford), Mechanical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Alice M. Prestige (age 39 born Peckham) and their four children; Sydney E. Prestige (age 14 born Forest Hill); Alice M. Prestige (age 12 born Forest Hill); Arthur R. Prestige (age 9 born Forest Hill); and Doris W. Prestige (age 5 born Forest Hill). Three servants. Note: In the adjoining house but one is John T. Prestige[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1901 Census