Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Thomas Smithies Taylor

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Thomas Smithies Taylor (1863-1938) of Taylor, Taylor and Hobson

1863 July 5th. Born in Hackney the son of Richard Taylor, Hosier's Assistant, and his wife Marianne Smithies

1891 Boarders at Kirby Fields, Leicester: Thomas S. Taylor (age 27 born Holloway), Scientific Instrument Maker - Employer, and his brother William Taylor (age 25 born West Hackney), Scientific Instrument Maker - Employer.[1]

1891 Married Mary Ellen Bennett

1911 Living at Smeeton Kilworth, Leicester: Thomas Smithies Taylor (age 47 born Holloway, London), Scientific Instrument Manufacturer - Employer - Married. With his son Mark Herschel Taylor (age 7 born Smeeton Kilworth). One servant.

1938 March 14th. Died. Of 219 King's Road, Reading. Probate to George William Fox Taylor.


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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census