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Thomas Brown Needham

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Thomas Brown Needham (1819-1870) of Needham, Veall and Tyzack

1819 February 11th. Born in Sheffield the son of Henry Needham and his wife Ann Brown

1842 Married at Sheffield to Sarah Fretwell

1861 Living at Queens Terrace court Glossop Road, Eccleshall Bierlow: Thomas B. Needham (age 42 born Sheffield), Cutlery Manufacturer. With his wife Sarah Needham (age 41 born Sheffield) and their sons Frederick J. Needham (age 18 born Sheffield), Spring Knife Cutler, John T. Needham age 15 born Sheffield), Spring Knife Cutler, and Thomas B. Needham (age 13 born Sheffield) and Edwin Needham (age 3 born Sheffield). Also two daughters.[1]

1870 February 28th. Died at Sheffield

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census