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Theodore Pritchett

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Theodore William Pritchett, of Pritchetts and Gold

1869 Born in Bishops Stortford, son of George Edward Pritchett

1891 Henry Low 24, electrical engineer, employer, lived in Twickenham with Jane Bennett 47, Emma Berry 20, Theodore W Pritchett 22, boarder, electrical engineer, employee[1]

1891 Admitted as an Associate of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, of Bishops Stortford; worked for the Metropolitan Electric Supply Co.

1901 The Pritchett brothers George, Theodore and Charles, all electrical engineers and employers lived in Sunbury[2]

1911 Theodore William Pritchett 42, storage battery manufacturer, lived in Broadstairs with Nora Beryl Pritchet 35, Beryl Lovijoy Pritchett 6, Theodore Raymond Pritchett 5, Richard Marion Pritchett 2[3]

1922 A.I.E.E., Dir. of Pritchett and Gold and E.P.S. Co., Ltd.; New Peto and Radford Accumulator Co., Ltd. 23, Old Orchard Road, Eastbourne.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 censuus
  2. 1901 census
  3. 1911 census