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Samuel Smith, Junior

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of S. Smith and Son

1850 Born at Southwark the son of Samuel Smith, Senior and his wife Amelia

1851 Living at 2 Richmond Street, Southwark with his parents [1]

1861 Living at Brixton Hill, Streatham with his parents and siblings [2]

1871 Living at Wilton House, 7 Brixton Rise, Brixton (age 20 born Southwark), Jeweller. With his parents and siblings. [3]

1881 Birth of son Allan Gordon Smith

1881 Living at Oakbrook, King's Road, Clapham (age 30 born Southwark), Jeweller. With wife Annie (age 28 born Pimlico) and their children Herbert S. (age 7 born St. Clement Danes), Ethel A. (age 5 born Lambeth), Cyril A. (age 3 born Clapham), Elsie M. (age 1 born Clapham) and Allan G. (age 4 months born Clapham). Four servants. [4]

1901 Living at 39 Holland Park, London (age 50 born Southwark), Jeweller Gold. With wife Annie (age 48 born Pimlico) and children Elsia (age 22 born Clapham) and Allan J. (age 21 born Clapham). Also three visitors (Fry, Dodson and Dodson) and three servants. [5]

1914 Chairman of the company. Living at 56 Redington Road, Hampstead. [6]

1920 Chairman of the company [7]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1871 Census
  4. 1881 Census
  5. 1901 Census
  6. The Times, Tuesday, Jul 21, 1914
  7. The Times (london, England), Tuesday, Feb 17, 1920