Thomas William Pinckney
Male, Person Number266, b. 1888, d. 26 April 1951
|Birth*||1888||Thomas William Pinckney was born in 1888 at South Shields, Durham, England, ; jan-feb-mar 10a 664.1 |
|He was the son of John Pinckney and Mary Jane Hogg. |
|Census1891*||5 Apr 1891||Thomas William Pinckney appeared in the 1891 census at Westoe, Durham, England, ; RG 12 / 4156.2 |
|Census1901*||31 Mar 1901||He appeared in the 1901 census at 34 Readhead Avenue, Westoe, South Shields, Durham, England, ; RG 13 / 4730. |
|Occupation*||31 Mar 1901||He was Billiard Marker on 31 Mar 1901. |
|Marriage*||1910||He married Ann Stoker in 1910 at Leeds, Yorkshire, England, ; oct-nov-dec 9b 850.3 |
|Census1911*||2 Apr 1911||He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census at 5 Wilson Street, South Shields, Durham, England, ; RG 14 / 30285.2 |
|Occupation||2 Apr 1911||Thomas William Pinckney was Plater on 2 Apr 1911. |
|Emigration*||1929||He emigrated in 1929 to Canada, . |
|Anecdote*||He was a wonderful artist working mainly with charcoal pencil drawings and at one point gave lessons. |
|Marriage*||circa 1939||He married Marie Margaret Dubrueil circa 1939 at Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada, . |
|Occupation||between 1939 and 1945||Thomas William Pinckney was a ship’s plater. Because of his skill he was a supervisor on ship building during the Second World War. The shipyard built Corvette class ships for the war effort. He had learned the trade in Tyneside (South Shields). Along with that skill he was also a licensed boiler maker. between 1939 and 1945 at Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, . |
|Death*||26 Apr 1951||He died on 26 Apr 1951 at New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada, . |
||Ann Stoker b. c 1890, d. c 1935
|Children ||1.||John Pinckney+ b. 1911, d. 1980|
| ||2.||William L Pinckney|
| ||3.||Jean V Pinckney|
||Marie Margaret Dubrueil
|Child ||1.||Joyce Pinckney|
- [S7] Birth Registration.
- [S12] Census Image.
- [S13] Marriage Registration.