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Edward Pincott

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Edward Pincott (c1878-1956), Electrical Engineer of 14 Alphington st. St. Thomas, Exeter (1914)

1905 Married at Exeter to Isabella Phoebe Gibson

1911 Living at 14 Alphington St, St Thomas, Exeter: Edward Pincott (age 33 born Exeter), Electrical Engineer - Employer. With his wife Isabella Phoebe Pincott (age 30 born Exeter) and their three children; George Edward Pincott (age 3 born Exeter); Norman Arthur Pincott (age 10 months born Exeter); and Dorothy Laura Pincott (age 10 months born Exeter). Also his mother Emily Jane Pincott (age 65 born London). Two servants.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census