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Thomas AdeyAge: 6817711839

Name
Thomas Adey
Surname
Adey
Given names
Thomas
Birth 1771 41 34

Birth of a sisterFrances Adey
between 1771 and 1772

Birth of a sisterElizabeth Adey
1774 (Age 3)

Christening of a sisterElizabeth Adey
11 April 1774 (Age 3)
Address: Stroud Old Meeting House, Stroud, Gloucestershire, England.
Birth of a sisterLucy Adey
between 1778 and 1779 (Age 7)

Birth of a sisterAnn Adey
between 1779 and 1780 (Age 8)

Death of a paternal grandmotherJudith King
1785 (Age 14)

Death of a fatherDaniel Adey
1803 (Age 32)

Death of a sisterFrances Adey
1820 (Age 49)

Death of a motherMargaret Clifford
1821 (Age 50)

Burial of a brotherJohn Adey
10 January 1830 (Age 59)
Address: Stroud Old Meeting House, Stroud, Gloucestershire, England.
Death of a brotherDaniel Adey
1836 (Age 65)

Death 1839 (Age 68)

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Marriage: 14 October 1762Kings Stanley, Gloucestershire, England
-10 years
elder brother
13 years
elder brother
8 years
elder sister
3 years
2 years
sister
4 years
younger sister
6 years
younger sister
3 years
younger sister
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Note
The 1801 census shows Thomas living in Turnham Green. The limited information on the census return is given below: Number of families in house - 2 Number of males inc children but exc soldiers and sailors - 2 Number of females inc children - 2 Number chiefly employed in agriculture - 0 Number chiefly employed in trade, manufacture or handicrafts - 2 Number not so employed - 2 According to family tradition Thomas was a yeoman at marriage but by a least 1826 was a grocer and cheesemonger at Turnham Green, Middlesex so continuing until his death between July and September 1839. In his will he requests that he be buried in Hammersmith Baptist Chapel, which is probably Hammersmith West End, Ravenscourt Road which was founded in 1793. He left all his goods, chattels, his business and the contents of his account at the Bank of England to his wife Sophia. The executors of his will were his wife and his good friend Robert Watson Gentleman of Hammersmith.


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