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Superintendent, General Steam Navigation Company's Works, Deptford, London, S.E.
c1844 Born in S Knapdale, Argyll, son of Allan Wilson, a farmer, and his wife Margaret
Apprenticed with Denny and Co, Dumbarton (5 years)
1861 Lodging in Dumbarton, an Engine Smith
After completing his apprenticeship he was employed by Dennys for about 2 years as a draughtsman
Seagoing engineer with Jardine Matheson of Hong Kong for about 4.5 years
Draughtsman with J. and G. Thomson of Glasgow for 2 years
Outdoor manager for Amos and Smith of Hull for 6 years
Also Lloyd's Surveyor at North Shields for 2 years
1881 Thomas Wilson 37, Lloyd's Engineer Surveyor, lived in the house of Allan Wilson 41, medical practitioner, in Easington, with his sister Mary Wilson 34
Became Superintendent, General Steam Navigation Company's Works, Deptford, London, S.E.
1890 Died in Deptford; his probate was to be handled by his widow, Kate