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Thomas Coulthard (1832-1905)

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of T. Coulthard and Co

c.1832 Born in Preston

1851 Joseph Coulthard 59, shipwright, lived in Preston with Ann Coulthard 58, Thomas Coulthard 19, clerk - cotton manufacturer, Mary Coulthard 15, Isabella Coulthard 12[1]

1861 Thomas Coulthard 29, accountant, lived in Preston with Joanna M Coulthard 27, Isabella Coulthard 3 months[2]

1871 Thomas Coulthard 39, accountant, lived in Broughton[3]

1881 Thomas Coulthard 48, manufacturer Of Rings For Cotton Worsted Silk Spinning, employing 112 Men 15 Boys, lived in Preston with Johanna M. Coulthard 28, Isabella Coulthard 20, Alfred Coulthard 10, Evangelin Coulthard 8, Norman Coulthard 6[4]

1901 Thomas Coulthard 69, engineer motor car, employer, lived in Preston with Joanna M Coulthard 68, Evangeline Coulthard 28, Norman Coulthard 26, engineer marine[5]

1905 Died. 'The death is announced in his seventy fourth year of Mr. Thomas Coulthard, J.P,, head of the firm Coulthard and Co., engineers and heavy motor waggon manufacturers. Preston. He sat in the Council for Maudland Ward for three years.'[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1901 census
  6. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 20 May 1905