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Thomas Harrison (of Tudhoe)

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1864.

c.1818 Born Etherley, Co Durham

1851 Engine fitter, lived in Escomb with Clarissa Harrison 29, Matilda Harrison 9, Thomas Harrison 7, Clara Harrison 4, John Harrison 2[1]

1856 of Trany Iron Works

1857 of Tansey Iron Works

Designed coal-cutting and other machines

1861 Thomas Harrison 43, mechanical engineer, lived in Tudhoe with Clarissa Harrison 39, Matilda Harrison 19, Thomas Harrison 17, apprentice engineer, Clara Harrison 14, John Harrison 12, George Harrison 9, Charity A Harrison 7, William Harrison 4, Isabell E Harrison 2, and his nephew George Harrison 22, an engine fitter[2]

1864 of Tudhoe Ironworks

1867 Mechanical engineer, death registered in Durham[3]



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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. National Probate calendar