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George Edward Pritchett

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G. E. Pritchett, F.S.A., architect

c.1825 Born in London

1851 G E Pritchett 26, architect and surveyor, lived in Sawbridgeworth with his mother M Pritchett 66, E Pritchett 34, W D Pritchett 28, farmer, Anne Pritchett 24, H B Pritchett 22[1]

1867 Birth of son George Edward Barker Pritchett

1869 Birth of son Theodore Pritchett

1876 At the Social Science Congress he showed his model of an arrangement whereby electrical communication could be made between the driver or guard of a train and the nearest stations using an independent wire.

1876 Birth of son Charles Pritchett

1879 Award from the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain for economic hollow flooring.

1889 of Bishops Stortford, admitted as an Associate of the Institution of Electrical Engineers.

1891 George Edward Pritchett 66, lived in Bishops Stortford, with Sophia Amelia Pritchett 54, George E B Pritchett 24, electrical engineer, employer, Margaret Hop Pritchett 21[2]

1912 Died in Bishops Stortford; his 3 sons, all electrical engineers, were executors[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1891 census
  3. National probate calendar