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Poyntz Charles Twentyman

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Charles Poyntz Felix Montague Twentyman (1863- ), of Begbie, Twentyman and Co and Snelling, Begbie and Twentyman. Early cyclist.

1863 July. Born the son of William Lawrence Twentyman (1834–1888) and his wife Henrietta Jervis Ricketts (1824- ). William Lawrence was born in Port Louis, Port Louis, Mauritius

1881 Living at Ravensworth, St Johns Wood Park: William H. Twentyman (age 78 born Liverpool), a House Proprietor). With his wife Celia Twentyman (age 75 born Bath) and their grandson Poynty Twentyman (age 17 born Aldershot), a Commercial Clerk. Four servants.[1]

1891 December 7th. Married Ada Dorothy Phillips at Hampstead

1892 Birth of daughter Averena Dorothy

1897 Birth of daughter Mignon Muriel Henriette (1897–1964)

1901 Living at Westbourne Park Villas, Paddington: Poynts Twentyman (age 35 born Aldershot), Living on own means. With his wife Ada Twentyman (age 29 born London) and their daughters Averena Twentyman (age 9 born London) and Mignon Twentyman (age 4 born London). [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census