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Thomas Gilbert Sorby (1887-1966), only son of [[Thomas William Sorby]], managing director of [[Thomas Sorby and Sons]]
 
Thomas Gilbert Sorby (1887-1966), only son of [[Thomas William Sorby]], managing director of [[Thomas Sorby and Sons]]
  
1911 Living at Southfield, Ranmoor, Sheffield: [[Thomas Gilbert Sorby|Thomas G. Sorby]] (age 24 born Sheffield), Iron and Steel Merchant. With his widow mother Paulina, and two sisters.<ref>1911 Census</ref>
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1891 Living at 55 Graham Road, Ranmoor, Upper Hallam, Yorkshire: [[Thomas William Sorby|Thomas W. Sorby]] (age 38 born Sheffield), Iron Merchant. With his wife Pauline and their son [[Thomas Gilbert Sorby|Thomas G. Sorby]] (age 4 born Sheffield) and two daughters.<ref>1891 Census</ref>
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1911 Living at Southfield, Ranmoor, Sheffield: [[Thomas Gilbert Sorby|Thomas G. Sorby]] (age 24 born Sheffield), Iron and Steel Merchant. With his widow mother Pauline, and two sisters.<ref>1911 Census</ref>
  
 
1928 Elected Master Cutler.<ref>Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Wednesday 22 August 1928</ref>
 
1928 Elected Master Cutler.<ref>Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Wednesday 22 August 1928</ref>

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Thomas Gilbert Sorby (1887-1966), only son of Thomas William Sorby, managing director of Thomas Sorby and Sons

1891 Living at 55 Graham Road, Ranmoor, Upper Hallam, Yorkshire: Thomas W. Sorby (age 38 born Sheffield), Iron Merchant. With his wife Pauline and their son Thomas G. Sorby (age 4 born Sheffield) and two daughters.[1]

1911 Living at Southfield, Ranmoor, Sheffield: Thomas G. Sorby (age 24 born Sheffield), Iron and Steel Merchant. With his widow mother Pauline, and two sisters.[2]

1928 Elected Master Cutler.[3]

1939 Living at Bubnell Hall, Bakewell, Iron and Steel Merchant, with Dorothea Sorby.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Wednesday 22 August 1928
  4. 1939 Census