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George Parker Bidder (1819-1909)

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c.1819 Born in Cheltenham, son of William Bidder and his wife Jane (nee Hill). He was a cousin of George Bidder

1841 William Bidder 47, dissenting minister, lived in Yeovil with Jane Bidder 46 George Bidder 23, gl.... (unclear), Bartholomew Bidder 15, tailor, Samuel Bidder 12, Henry Bidder 8, Jacob Bidda 7, Augustus Bidder 5, Jane Bidder 2, James Bidder 3 Months[1]

1851 George Parker Bidder, 30, an engineer, was visiting Kings Lynn[2]

1871 George P Bidder 52, a civil engineer, was living in Southwark with his cousin George Bidder 49, contractor, general, and his wife Elizabeth Bidder 42, milliner, George Bidder 12, Samuel E Bidder 8[3]

1881 George Bidder 62, Cheesemonger & Contractor, lived in Southwark with his sister, Jane Bidder 42[4]

1891 George P Bidder 72, civil engineer retired, was a boarder in Streatham[5]

1901 George P Bidder 82, civil engineer retired, was a boarder in Streatham[6]

1909 Died in Wandsworth[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. 1901 census
  7. BMD