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Henry Thompson Wright

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Henry Thompson Wright (1826-1901) of C., T. and H. T. Wright and Wilkinson, Wright and Co

1826 March 6th. Born in Boston the son of Charles Wright and his wife Susanna (nee Tonge)

Married Maria Westland

With his brothers, Charles and Thomas carried on the business of C., T. and H. T. Wright in the High-street, Boston.

1861 Living at Liqourpond Street, Boston: Henry Thompson Wright (age 35 born Boston), Engineer and Iron Founder. With his wife Maria Wright (age 29 born Boston) and their two children Katherine Wright (age 6 born Boston) and Jessie Wright (age 1 born Boston). Also his sister-in-law Ellen Westland (age 32 born Freiston), Unmarried. Two servants.[1]

1867 Mention. Henry Thompson Wright, of Boston, in the county of Lincoln, Iron and Brass Founder.[2]

1877. Mention. Henry Thompson Wright of Boston, in the county of Lincoln, Ironmonger.[3]

1901 January 4th. Died. Of York Lodge, Kew, Surrey. Probate to Katherine Wright, Spinster, and Percy Still, Engineer.

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