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Thomas Toward (b.1850)

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Thomas Toward (c1850-1918) of T. Toward and Co

c1850 Born the son of Thomas Toward and his wife Elizabeth

1861 Living at Middle Landing, South Shields: Elizabeth Toward (age 43 born Newcastle), Boiler Builder - Widow. With her four children; Adelaide L. Toward (age 18 born Newcastle); Anne Toward (age 15 born Durham Shields); Thomas Toward (age 11 born Durham Shields); and William Toward (age 11 born Newcastle). One servant.[1]

1881 Living at 88 Addison Road, Byker, Nth.: Thomas Toward (age 31 born South Shields), Boiler Builder. With his wife Minnie Toward (age 38 born Belfast) and his two daughters Edith Toward (age 7 born Belfast) and Mabel Toward (age 3 born Newcastle). Also at the same address is his brother and family: William Toward (age 30 born South Shields), Boiler Builder; With his wife Margaret Toward (age 30 born Belfast) and their five children Thomas W. Toward (age 8 Born North Shields); Louis Toward (age 6 born Belfast); Walter Toward (age 5 born Newcastle); Lilian Toward (age 3 born Newcastle); and Olivia Toward (age 1 born Newcastle). Also Thomas's Sister-in-law Georgina Wrigley? (age 28 born Belfast), Teacher and Unmarried.[2]

1891 Living at 30 Heaton Street, Byker, Nth.: Thomas Toward (age 41 born Newcastle), Manufacturing Engineer - Employer. With his wife Minnie Toward (age 53 born Ireland) and their two daughters Edith Toward (age 17 born Ireland) and Mabel Toward (age 12 born Newcastle).[3]

1918 October 31st. Died. Of Beech View 229 and 231 Westmoreland Road, Newcastle. Late engineer and managing director of T. Toward and Co.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1891 Census