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George Dominicus Kittoe (1817-1901) of Kittoe and Brotherhood
1817 Born in Sheerness, son of Robinson Kittoe RN
1841 Living in St Margarets, Westminster: Charles Austin 40, saddler, Williams S Austin 6, Mary P Austin 4, George Kittoe 25, draughtsman, Kirby Kittoe 20, medical school, John Freeman 30, Thos Litchfield 15, Charlrs Nicholas 15
1851 George D Kittoe 33, mechanical engineer, was visiting Thomas H. Maudslay 57, mechanical engineer, in Brixton; also in the house were Elizabeth Maudslay 59, Henry Maudslay 28, mechanical engineer, Elizabeth H Maudslay 23, Thomas Henry Maudslay 21, mechanical engineer; there were two other visitors: Susanah Duke 58 and Kirby Kittoe 30, surgeon
1861 Geo Dominicus Kittoe 42, civil engineer, lived in Grays Inn, Holborn
1866 Patent application by George Dominicus Kittoe, of the firm of Kittoe and Jackson, of Compton-street, Clerkenwell, in the county of Middlesex, Mechanical Engineer, in respect of the invention of "improvements in steam engines."
1869 Patent to George Dominicus Kittoe and Peter Brotherhood, both of 56, Compton-street, Clerkenwell, in the county of Middlesex, Engineers and Millwrights, for an invention of "improvements in valves."
1871 Mr. Kittoe retired from the partnership with Brotherhood.
1881 Living in the house of his sister (Lucy C. Freeman 65), in Cuckfield, Geor. Dominicus Kittoe 62, marine engineer
1881 A civil engineer, when he married Margaret Elizabeth Bromley in Saint Clement Danes, Westminster
1901 October 22nd. Died.