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Thomas Salmons

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Thomas Salmons (1827-1900) of Salmons and Sons

1827 Born at Newport Pagnell the son of Joseph Salmons, Coachbuilder, and his wife Jane

1881 Living at 53a Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell: Thomas Salmons (age 53 born Newport Pagnell), Coachbuilder employing 16 men and 4 boys. With his wife Sarah A. Salmons (age 45 born Sherington, Bucks.) and their two daughters Mary J. Salmons (age 21 born Newport Pagnell), Daily Governess, and Ellen Salmons (age 18 born Newport Pagnell). Next house is Joseph Salmons and family.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census