Male, Person Number1702, b. 16 February 1789, d. 24 March 1833
|Relationships||3rd great-grandfather of John Michael Pinckney|
Grandson of Joseph Pinckney
|Father||Joseph Pinckney b. 1759, d. 8 Dec 1798|
|Mother||Hannah Brees b. c 1765, d. b 21 May 1799|
|Charts||Joseph Pinckney of Yorkshire|
Birth, Marriages and Death
|Birth*||16 Feb 1789||Thomas Pinckney was born on 16 Feb 1789 at England, ; Date taken from baptism record.|
|He was the son of Joseph Pinckney and Hannah Brees.|
|Baptism||14 Jun 1789||Thomas Pinckney was baptized on 14 Jun 1789 at St. George the Martyr, Southwark, England, .1|
|Marriage*||2 Dec 1809||He married Mary Ann Bataille, daughter of Pierre Bataille, on 2 Dec 1809 at St Mary, Newington, England, .2|
|Death*||24 Mar 1833||Thomas Pinckney died on 24 Mar 1833 at age 44.3|
|Address||between Oct 1810 and Nov 1822||As of between Oct 1810 and Nov 1822, Thomas Pinckney lived at 9 Peter Street, England.|
|Occupation*||between Oct 1810 and Apr 1833||He was Trimming Maker / Weaver between Oct 1810 and Apr 1833.|
|Event-Misc*||May 1812||He was Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18120513-52|
William Howis was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 7th of April, thirty-six yards of fancy trimming, value 18s, the property of Thomas Pinckney. And Thomas Lee for feloniously receiving the said goods, he knowing them to have been stolen.
Thomas Pinckney. I live at No. 7, Horse-shoe-alley, Wilson-street, Moorfields. I am a fancy-trimming manufacturer. Howis was my servant, to carry out goods to my customers. I had put the trimmings by in a drawer, because the season of the year did not allow them colours to be wore. They were scarlet and blue. After I had seen them in the drawer I missed them. From suspicion, I had Howis apprehended; and, at the watchhouse, he confessed that he took them, and sold them to Mr. Lee.
Samuel Wesley. I apprehended Howis. He confessed he took nine pieces of trimmings, and sold them to Mr. Lee. I went to Mr. Lee, and gave him the warrant to read: he produced the trimmings. He said he had bought them of the boy, Howis.
Howis, GUILTY, aged 12.
Lee, NOT GUILTY.
London Jury, before Mr. Recorder. in May 1812 at The Old Bailey, London, England, .
|Address*||between Jun 1824 and Apr 1833||As of between Jun 1824 and Apr 1833, Thomas Pinckney lived at Horse Shoe Alley, Shoreditch, England.|
Children of Thomas Pinckney and Mary Ann Bataille
|Children||1.||Mary Ann Pinckney b. 18 Oct 1810|
|2.||Ann Pinckney b. 29 Jun 1812|
|3.||Thomas Pinckney+ b. 11 Sep 1813, d. 30 Nov 1855|
|4.||John Pinckney+ b. 16 Oct 1814, d. 24 Apr 1901|
|5.||Mary Cinthealar Pinckney b. 24 Dec 1815|
|6.||Sarah Pinckney+ b. 8 Jun 1817|
|7.||William Pinckney b. 9 May 1819, d. b 18 May 1821|
|8.||Joseph Pinckney+ b. 23 Feb 1820, d. 21 Nov 1866|
|9.||William Henry Pinckney b. 18 May 1821, d. 1879|
|10.||James Pinckney b. 3 Nov 1822, d. b 27 Feb 1833|
|11.||Caroline Pinckney b. 27 Jun 1824, d. c Apr 1826|
|12.||Louisa Pinckney b. 17 Aug 1825, d. b 15 Jun 1830|
|13.||Caroline Martha Pinckney b. 29 Dec 1827|
|14.||Louisa Pinckney b. 15 Jun 1830|
|15.||James Pinckney b. 27 Feb 1833|
|Last Edited||19 Nov 2021|