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Vivian Byam Lewes

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Professor Vivian Byam Lewes (c1852-1915). Professor of Chemistry at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, and Chief Superintending Gas Examiner to the City of London.

1911 Living at 30 Crooms Hill, Greenwich: Vivian Byam Lewes (age 59 born Kentish Town), Professor of Chemistry at Admiralty and Gas Examiner. With his wife Louisa Mary Lewes (age 29 born Surbiton) and their three children; Catherine Frances Lewes (age 5 born Greenwich); Dorothy Stella Lewes (age 4 born Weaysbury, Bucks.); and Elizabeth Mary Lewes (age 9 months born Weaysbury, Bucks.). Also a visitor and five servants.[1]

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  1. 1911 Census