Male, Person Number1036, b. 1 May 1852, d. circa 1929
1852 - c1929
|Birth*||1 May 1852||Thomas Pinckney was born on 1 May 1852 at Whitechapel, England, ; apr-may-jun 1c 324.1 |
|He was the son of Joseph Pinckney and Eliza Jillett. |
|Census1861*||7 Apr 1861||Thomas Pinckney appeared in the 1861 census at 7 Matthew Buildings, Whitechapel, England, ; RG 9 / 265.2 |
|Occupation*||2 Apr 1871||He was Juvenile Offender under Detention on 2 Apr 1871.2 |
|Census1871*||2 Apr 1871||He appeared in the 1871 census at Philanthropic Society Farm School, St John, Reigate, Surrey, England, ; RG 10 / 833.2 |
|Emigration*||28 Apr 1871||He emigrated on 28 Apr 1871 to Quebec, Canada, ; on board the ship Pomona of the Montreal Steamship Company. Sailed from Liverpool almost certainly arranged by the Philanthropic Society Farm School. |
|Marriage*||circa 1875||He married Laura A Walling circa 1875. |
|Occupation||1880||Thomas Pinckney was Farmer in 1880. |
|Name Variation||1880|| As of 1880, Thomas Pinckney was also known as Pinkney U.S. census. |
|Death*||circa 1929||He died circa 1929. |
- [S7] Birth Registration.
- [S12] Census Image.