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Sydney Frederick Atkins

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1870 Born

1897 Receiving order against Sydney Frederick Atkins, Fine Art Dealer of Westminster. [1]

1900 Dispute with Edward Ernest Lehwess

1900 May. Central Criminal Court accused of using fraudulently monies belonging to the Automobile Association. Acquitted on a technicality.[2] [3]

1901 Living in Bloomfield Terrace, Paddington: Sydney F. Atkins (age 32 and born in Marylebone), Art Dealer and Single. Living with his parents Frederick (age 60) and an Organ Builder and Susan (age 60). Also with two sisters - one is also an Art Dealer. [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Standard (London, England), Tuesday, March 31, 1897
  2. The Standard (London, England), Friday, May 25, 1900
  3. The Times, Saturday, May 26, 1900
  4. 1901 Census