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Thomas Tancred (1809-1880)

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Sir Thomas Tancred (Bart), 7th baronet

c.1809 Born son of Thomas Tancred in Sidney Lodge, Hampshire

of Itchen, Hants

1827 Matriculated Christ Church, Oxford

1830 Graduated BA

1832-40 Fellow of Merton College

1836 Student of Lincoln's Inn

1840 Birth of son Thomas Selby Tancred

1851 Thomas Tancred 42, baronet, proprietor of land, lived in Stratton, Cirencester, with Jane Tancred 33, Lucy S Tancred 8, Edith Tancred 5, Annie G Tancred 2, Prideaux F Tancred 1[1]

1853-4 In New Zealand[2]

1857 Wrote to the Metropolitan Board of Works making suggestions which would be relevent if/when a general system of numbering houses and naming streets was adopted.[3]

1871 Sir Thomas Tancred 62, landowner, lived in Bradford on Avon, with Dame Jane Tancred 50 (born Bamber, Northumberland), Edith Tancred 22, Bertha Tancred 11[4]

1880 Died in London


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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. Electoral register Christchurch Country
  3. The Engineer 1857/01/23
  4. 1871 census