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Thomas Brown (1795- )

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1840 Thomas Brown married Sarah Harfield in London[1]

1845 Went into business in London.

1851 Thomas Brown 56, patentee, lived in London City South East, with his step-daughter Katharine J Harfield 25 and his step-son, William H Harfield 18, assistant draughtsman[2]

c.1854 William Horatio Harfield was taken into partnership by his step father Thomas Brown (1795- ), as Brown and Harfield

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 census