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Thomas Vick

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Thomas Vick (c1803- ), engineer who worked with George Cayley

1851 Living at Brompton, Filey, Yks: Thos Vick (age 48 born Scarborough), Engineer. With his wife Jane Vick (age 42 born Whitby) and their two daughters Eliza Vick (age 9 born Southwark) and Christiana Vick (age 7 born Brompton).[1]

1858. Sale of household furniture of Thomas Vick, 15 Union Street, (Scarborough), who is removing to London.[2]

1861 Living at Great Tufton Street, Westminster: Thos Vicks (age 59 born Scarborough), Engineer. With his wife Jane Vicks (age 56 born Yorkshire) and their two daughters Eliza Vicks (age 19 born Southwark) and Christiana Vicks (age 17 born Yorkshire). Three visitors. One Boarder.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. Scarborough Mercury - Saturday 25 September 1858
  3. 1861 Census