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Thomas Richard Harrison

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of Harrison and Sons, printers

1799 Born in Newgate Street, Middx[1][2], son of James and Mary Harrison[3]

1825 Married Celia Ann Crakell in St Martin's in the Fields[4]

1835 Thomas Richard Harrison was a member of the Stationer's Company; he lived at 33 Coleshill street, Pimlico.[5]

1836 Sydney Hedley Waterlow became his apprentice and lived with him in Pimlico

1837 Lived in Eaton Square[6]

1841 Thomas Harrison 40, printer, lived in St Martin in the Fields, Celia Harrison 40, Thomas Harrison 14, apprentice, James Harrison 11, Celia Harrison 5, Mary Ann Harrison 4, Elizabeth Harrison 2[7]

1851 Thomas R Harison 52, printer master employing and 21 boys, lived at 45 St Martin's Lane, with Celia A 50, James W 20, printer, Percy D 17, stationer, Frederick M 16, Celia L F 14[8]

1855 of 45 St Martins Lane; Thomas Harrison and James William Harrison were also at this address[9]

1860 of 53 Russell Square, London[10]

1861 Thomas R Harrison 62, printer, lived in Russell Square, with Celia Ann Harrison 60, Mary Ann Harrison 27, Elizabeth Harrison 21[11]

1869 Died in London; buried in St Pancras[12]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. BMD
  3. Parish records
  4. Parish records
  5. London Electoral Register
  6. London Electoral Register
  7. 1841 census
  8. 1851 census
  9. London Electoral Register
  10. London Electoral Register
  11. 1861 census
  12. London, Church of England Deaths and Burials