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Thomas Pewtress

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Paper maker

1785 Born in Bedfordshire[1]

1851 Thomas Pewtress 66, paper manufacturer, lived in Gravesend, Kent, with Charlotte Pewtress 65[2]

1872 Died in Clapham, London; his executors were William Appleton, tea merchant, of The Arches, Sutton, Surrey, Frederick William Cartwright, of Chancery Lane, Stationer, (who may also have been a grandson) and Rest Fenner, the grandson, of Clerkenwell, wholesale stationer[3]

1877 William Appleton, Frederick William Cartwright and Rest Fenner were the executors of Thomas Pewtress (deceased), of No. 30, Gracechurch-street, in the city of London, and New Park-road, Clapham Park, in the county of Surrey, Paper Maker, who died in or about the month of August, 1872[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. National Probate calendar relating to Thomas Pewtress's estate
  4. London Gazette 23 Nov 1877