#2186, (November 1835-January 1917)
|Birth*||NOV 1835 ||Thomas Warren was born in NOV 1835 at Exeter, Devon, EnglandG.2 |
|Baptism||27 DEC 1835 ||He was baptized on 27 DEC 1835 at St Sidwell's Chapel, Exeter, Devon, EnglandG.2 |
|Residence||30 MAR 1861 ||He lived at Magdalen Street, Exeter, Devon, EnglandG.3 |
|(Witness) Residence||30 MAR 1881 ||He lived with Emily Maria Davis at Market Street, Poole, Dorset, EnglandG, together with Walter James Thompson, Samuel Ernest Thompson, Nelly Thompson, Annie Eliza Thompson and Alice Emily Thompson.4 |
|Occupation*||30 MAR 1881 ||The occupation of Thomas Warren was 'Painter.5' |
|Marriage*||5 APR 1885 ||He married Emily Maria Davis, daughter of James Davis and Ann Gatrell, on 5 APR 1885 at St James' Church, Poole, Dorset, EnglandG.6,1 |
|Occupation||2 APR 1911 ||The occupation of Thomas Warren was 'House Painter.7' |
|Residence*||2 APR 1911 ||He, lived at 45 Market Street, Poole, Dorset, EnglandG.8 |
|Death*||JAN 1917 ||He died in JAN 1917 at Poole, Dorset, EnglandG, aged 81.9 |
|Burial*||4 JAN 1917 ||He was buried on 4 JAN 1917 at St Mary's Church, Longfleet, Poole, Dorset, EnglandG.9 |
- [S17] BMD indices, Poole, Dorset, Apr-Jun 1885, vol 5a 505.
- [S65] England & Wales Christenings, bapt; Thomas Frederick Warren, parents Samuel & Mary, St Sidwells' Exeter, Devon. fhl 916841.
- [S44] Extracted from the 1861 census, with parents Samuel & Mary Warren & 3 siblings.
- [S21] Extracted from the 1881 census, Also Thomas Warren & son Harold; lodgers.
- [S21] Extracted from the 1881 census.
- [S48] Parish Register, marriage Thomas Warren, father Samuel, & Emily Thompson, father James; St James, Poole.
- [S68] The England & Wales 1911 census.
- [S68] The England & Wales 1911 census, listed as married but not with family who were at 3 Church Street.
- [S48] Parish Register, burial; Thomas Frederick Haynes Warren, Longfleet, Poole, no 1444, p 181.
- [S48] Parish Register, bapt; Eva Mary Warren, parents Thomas & Emily, St James, Poole, Dorset, no 1701, p 201.
- [S35] Extracted from the 1901 census, with blended family but no father present.
@ Michael Jefferies, 2016