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Thomas Henry Mold

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Thomas Henry Mold (c1868-1932) of T. H. Mold and Sons

Born the son of Thomas Mold. Thomas married Letitia in Walsall in 1865 but died and was buried 22 Oct 1868 at Wallsall-Wood. His father was Benjamin Mold.

1871 Living at 89 Stafford Street, Walsall: Age 3 born Walsall and with his widowed mother Letitia.[1] His mother remarried in Walsall the following year to Charles Corbett Walker, a Locksmith.

1891 Married at Aldridge to Susan Clara Barton

1911 Living at Lynwood, Barr Common, near Walsall: Thomas Henry Mold (age 43 born Walsall), Ironfounder, Employer and Widower. With his son William Miner Mold (age 17 born Walsall) Clerk at Tube Works.[2]

1932 May. Died age 64.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 census
  3. Walsall Observer, and South Staffordshire Chronicle - Saturday 07 May 1932