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Thomas Peckett (1863- )

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c.1863 Born in Manchester, son of Thomas Peckett

1871 Living at 47 Hampden Street, Ardwick, Manchester (age 36 born Wakefield), Manager of Railway Wagon Works. With his wife Abigail (age 34 born Manchester) and their children; George T. (age 13 born Bolton); John F. (age 9 born Manchester); Thomas (age 8 born Manchester); Rosetta (age 7 born Manchester); Annie (age 5 born Manchester); Elizabeth (age 3 born Manchester); Leonard (age 1 born Fairfield); and Amy (age 3 Months born Openshaw).[1]

1881 Living at Crofts End, Bristol St. George (age 46 born Wakefield), Mechanical Engineer Master. With his wife Abigail (age 43 born Bolton) and their children; George T. (age 23 born Manchester), Manager; John F. (age 19 born Manchester), Draughtsman; Thomas (age 18 born Manchester), Iron Moulder; Rosetta O. (age 17 born Manchester); Annie (age 15 born Manchester); Elizabeth (age 13 born Manchester); Leonard (age 11 born Manchester); Amy (age 9 born Manchester); Arthur (age 7 born Leeds); Louis H. (age 6 born Ebbw Vale); and Frank (age 2 born Manchester). [2]

1891 Living at Hyde Lodge, Westbury, Glos. (age 56 born Wakefield), Locomotive Engine Builder and Employer. With his wife Annie (age 44 born Illogan) and their children; George (age 33 born Bolton), Locomotive Engine Builder and Employer; Tom (age 28 born Manchester), Locomotive Engine Builder and Employer; Rosetta (age 26 born Manchester); Annie (age 24 born Manchester); Elizabeth (age 23 born Manchester); Leonard (age 21 born Manchester), Fireman Locomotive Boilermaker; Amy (age 20 born Manchester); Arthur (age 18 born Leeds), Locomotive Draughtsman; Louis (age 16 born Ebbw Vale); and Frank (age 12 born Manchester). Three servants. [3]

1901 Thomas Peckett 38, mechanical engineer, employer, lived in Bristol with Edith B Peckett 40, Eileen Peckett 2[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1891 Census
  4. 1901 census