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Sydney Thomas Vickary

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Sydney Thomas Vickary (c1852- )

1861 Living at 84 Fore Street, Exeter: John Vickary (age 42 born Exeter), Employer Engineer and general Metal Works employing 18? men and 9? boys. Ironmonger. With his wife Caroline Vickary (age 37 born Exeter) and their nine children; Amelia Vickary (age 14 born Exeter); Jane Vickary (age 13 born Exeter); Ada Vickary (age 11 born Exeter); Charles Vickary (age 10 born Exeter); Sydney Vickary (age 9 born Exeter); Gertrude Vickary (age 7 born Exeter); Jessie Vickary (age 6 born Exeter); Arthur Vickary (age 4 born Exeter); and Walter Vickary (age 2 born Exeter). Two servants.[1]

1881 Living at Sandhill Cottage, Exmouth: Arthur Vickary (age 24 born Exeter), Ironmonger. With his wife Polly Vickary (age 26 born London) and their son Andrew Vickary (age 4 months born Exmouth). Also his brother Sidney Vickary (age 28 born exter), Gas Engineer. One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1881 Census