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1901 census Source RG14, piece 93, folio 59, page 2 place City of Westminster, London Dwelling 11 Bessborough St. Richard Kinchant boarder 33 Tailor St Albans herts Sabina Kinchant boarder 33 sheffield Alfred J Kinchant boarder 10mn london
1911 census Source RG14PN50 RG78PN2 RD1 SD2 ED10 SN47 Place Paddington Dwelling 21 Northumberland Place Private house 8 rooms Richard james lowe Kinchant head 42 m 21y 3 children Clerk unemployed Sudbury Suffolk Sabina Ann Kinchant wife 43 boardinghouse keeper Sheffield, Yorks Alfred john Kinchant son 10 Tulse Hill, Surrey Ellen Richardson boarder 70 spinster St Theobalds londonAlfred john Kinchant married decqt1930
9th October 1953 Four Tourists Disappear In Switzerland LUCERNE, Thurs.-Four British tourists who were reported missing yesterday, left a Lucerne hotel on Sunday morning for Strasbourg and Paris, it was learnt in Lucerne today. They arrived at the hotel in a car on Saturday afternoon after having stayed in St. Moritz and Interlaken. They said that all their money had been stolen while they were in Italy. Mr. Harry Mulder, of the Wilden Mann Hotel, Lucerne. said today that the tourists were travelling on emergency permits issued by the British Consulate in Naples. The consulate had also advanced them £90 sterling. The permits were for direct travel back to England, but apparently the tourists had stop ped in St. Moritz and Interlaken before coming to Lucerne. The four tourists are Mrs. Ruby Jones, her son Barry (24), Miss Rosemary Moncrieff (20) and Douglas Kinchant (10). "When they came to the hotel, Mrs. Jones said that they were without money and asked if we could help them," Mr. Mulder said. "We took pity on them and let them stay free until they left." - Reuters.
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