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George Whicker

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George Whicker (c1794-1868) of Philp and Whicker

1851 Living at 25 Catherine Street, Westminster: George Whicker (age 57 born Salisbury), Surgeons Instrument Maker, Cutler. With his wife Sarah Whicker (age 50 born Newmarket) and their daughter Georgina Whicker (age 13 born Westminster). Also a step-son William Edward Whicker (age 20 born Westminster), Musician.[1]

1861 Living at 1 Antwerp Villas, Battersea: George Whicker (age 69 born Salisbury), Cutler. With his wife Sarah Whicker (age 59 born Gazeley, Suffolk). Also Georgina S. Garry (age 23) and Louisa W. Garry (age 5).[2]

1868 November 17th. Died at Antwerp Villas. of inflammation of the lungs, age 76.[3]

1882 January 28th. Death of his wife Sarah age 81.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. Pall Mall Gazette - Saturday 21 November 1868
  4. London Evening Standard - Friday 10 February 1882