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Thomas Keddey Fletcher

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Thomas Keddey Fletcher (c1826-1890)

1851 Living at High Road, Tottenham: Thomas K. Fletcher (age 26 born Tottenham), Ship Builder. With his wife Emily Fletcher (age 24 born Mitton, Kent) and their two sons Henry M. Fletcher (age 2 born Tottenham) and Keddy R. Fletcher (age 1 born Tottenham). One visitor. Four servants.[1]

1861 Living at Rolls Park, Chigwell, Essex: Thomas K. Fletcher (age 34 born Mddx), Shipbuilder. With his wife Emiley Fletcher (age 30 born Herts.) and their three children; Keddey Ray Fletcher (age 11 born Mddx); Reginald George Fletcher (age 5 born Mddx); and Constance Emily Fletcher (age 7 born Mddx). Two visitors. Seven servants.[2]

1890 April 10th. Died, of Dancer's Hill House, Potters Bar, and of Union Dock, Limehouse. Probate to Henry Marshall Fletcher, Kiddey Ray Fletcher and Reginald George Fletcher.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census