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Charles John Vickary

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Charles John Vickary (1850-1920) of C. Vickary

1851 Living at 84 Fore Street, Exeter: John Vickary (age 33 born Exeter), Ironmonger employing 19 men, 4 errand boys, 5 apprentices. With his wife Caroline Vickary (age 26 born Exeter) and their four children; Caroline A. Vickary (age 4 born Exeter); Jane Vickary (age 3 born Exeter); Ada Vickary (age 1 born Exeter); and Charles Vickary (age 8 months born Exeter). One servant.[1]

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.[2]

1871 Living at South Lawn, St. Leonards, Exeter: Caroline Vickary (age 50 born Exeter), Widow. With her eight children; Amelia Vickary (age 24 born Exeter); Ada Vickary (age 21 born Exeter); Charles Vickary (age 20 born Exeter), Engineer; Sidney Vickary (age 19 born Exeter), Engineer; Gertrude Vickary (age 17 born Exeter); Harry Vickary (age 6 born Exeter); Lilly Vickary (age 5 born Exeter); and Rosie Vickary (age 3 born Exeter). Also a boarder John Townsend (age 15), Apprentice. Two servants.[3]

1873 October 2nd. Married(1) at Chipping Sodbury to Mary Isabel Watts[4] (1854–1891)

1881 Living at Floriston Villas, Polsloe Road, Exeter: Charles J. Vicary (age 30 born Exeter), Gas Engineer Employing 13 Men and 4 Boys. With his wife Mary I. Vicary (age 27 born Axebridge) and their two children; Leon C. W. Vicary (age 4 born Exeter) and Winnifred M. Vicary (age 2 born Exeter). One servant.[5]

1891 Living at Alexander Crescent, Ilkley, Yks: Charles J. Vickrey (age 40 born Exeter), Commercial Traveller. With his wife Mary I. Vickrey (age 37 born West Indies) and their six children; Leon S. H. Vickrey (age 14 born Exeter); Winifred M. Vickrey (age 12 born Exeter); Beatrice I. Vickrey (age 7 born Birmingham); Edward L. Vickrey (age 5 born Sheffield); Eunice H. Vickrey (age 3 born Lytham); and Harry W. Vickrey (age 2 months born Ilkley). Also his sister Lily Vickrey (age 25 born Exeter). Three servants.[6]

1892 November 26th. Married(2) at Ilkley to Sarah Deakin Woollard (1859–1935)

1911 Living at 13 Simmons Street, Blackburn: Charles Vickary (age 53 born Exeter), Gas Engineer.[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1871 Census
  4. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 03 October 1873
  5. 1861 Census
  6. 1891 Census
  7. 1911 Census