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William Harold Tingey

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of William Tingey and Son

c1869 Born the son of William Tingey and his wife Eliza.

1871 Living at Home Street, Frindsbury, Kent (age 2 born Frindsbury). With his parents William (age 25 born London), a Manufacturer and Eliza (age 26 born York). Also two servants. [1]

1881 A boarder at 27/28 Woolwich Road, Erith (age 12 born Rochester). [2]

1891 Staying at the Ilfracombe Hotel, Ilfracombe (age 22 born Frindsbury, Rochester), a Barrister. With his wife Maria Tingey (age 24 born Halifax, Nova Scotia). [3]

1901 Living at Maybury Knoll, Woking (age 32 born Frindsbury, Kent), Barrister and Cement Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Maria (age 34 born Halifax, Canada) and their sons William R. (age 7 born Higham, Kent) and Arthur H. (age 1 born Kensington). Also his brother-in-law Henry T. Tovey (age 20). Plus a visitor and three servants. [4]

1911 Living at 8 Craven Hill, Lancaster Gate, London (age 42 born Frindsbury, Kent), a Retired Cement Manufacturer. With his wife Maria (age 44 born Halifax, Canada) and their son William Robert Hamilton (age 17 born Higham, Kent). Also wife's sister Grace Catherine Tovey (age 32 born Waltham Abbey). States that they have two children. Plus three servants. [5]

1918 His son Captain William Robert Hamilton Tingey marries. WHT is described as the 'late' [6]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1891 Census
  4. 1901 Census
  5. 1911 Census
  6. The Times, Wednesday, Jul 17, 1918