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1786 Born in England , son of Sir William Curtis, one time Lord Mayor of London and maker of ships' biscuits.
1809 Married Harriett Margaret Green in Wanstead
1810 Birth of son, William in Wanstead
1823 Birth of daughter Frances Moreton Curtis; baptized in Enfield
1828 A Director of the Bank of England
c1829 Birth of daughter, Annette
c1834 Residence: Southgate, London; owned property in Sneaton, Yorks
1835 Birth of daughter, Sophia in Wanstead
1840 Timothy Abraham Curtis owned a house in Southgate
1841 Harriett Curtis 50, of independent means, lived in Edmonton with Frances Curtis 15, Arthur Curtis 15, Annette Curtis 12
1842 Timothy Abraham Curtis of Liverpool, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
1842 Timothy Abraham Curtis owned property in Southgate, London
1842 Member of Bury, Curtis and Kennedy
1847 Harriett Margaret Curtis died in West Derby
1849 Dissolution of the Partnership formerly existing between Edward Bury, Timothy Abraham Curtis, James Kennedy, and John Vernon, under the firm of Thomas Vernon and Co., in and near Liverpool, as Iron Ship Builders, Boilermakers, and Smiths, which ceased on the 31st March
1850 His daughter, Frances, died in Shaw Street, Liverpool
1851 Timothy Abraham Curtis (son of Sir William Sr. Curtis) married Frances Pitt Brown in Melling (Near Hornby), Lancaster
1851 Timothy A. Curtis, cotton manufacturer, visited Edinburgh