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Thomas Morris Banks

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Thomas Morris Banks (c1796-1859) of Phelps, James and Co

1819 July 21st. Married Mary Ann Guibal daughter of Mr. Guibal of the Customs, Liverpool.[1]

1828 Birth of son George Hatfield Banks

1834 Birth of son Thomas Peck Banks

1841 Living at Netherfield Road, Walton-on-the-Hill, Everton, Lancs.: Thomas Banks (age c45), Merchant. With Mary Banks (age c40) and Jane Banks (age c15), George Banks (age c12), and Thomas Banks (age c6). And Emily Banks (age c8). Two servants.[2]

1851 Living at 57 Shaw Street, Everton, Lancs.: Thomas Banks (age 54 born Rugeley, Staff), Merchant (Metal). With his wife Mary Banks (age 41 born Newport, Mon.) and their six children; Emily Banks (age 19 born Liverpool); T. P. Banks (age 17 born Everton); Fanny Banks (age 15 born Liverpool); Clara Banks (age 3 born Liverpool); Kate Banks (age 1 born Liverpool); and Mary I. Lewis (age 26 born Liverpool), Married daughter. Three servants.[3]

1854 Listed as Thomas Morris Banks, Merchant, (of Phelps, James and Co), New Quay and Shaw Street.[4]

1859 October 2nd. Died. Age 63.[5] Late of Liverpool, Merchant, and of Pontymister, Monmouth, tin-plate manufacturer. Probate to his widow Mary Banks, Prince's Park, Liverpool and his son George Hatfield Banks, Pontymister, tin-plate manufacturer.

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Sources of Information

  1. Lancaster Gazette - Saturday 24 July 1819
  2. 1841 Census
  3. 1851 Census
  4. Reynolds's Newspaper - Sunday 04 June 1854
  5. Monmouthshire Merlin 8th October 1859