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Thomas Danks

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Thomas Danks (c1834-1902) of H. and T. Danks

1851 Living at Rowley Regis: Joseph Danks (age 42 born Rowley), Publican. With his wife Elizabeth Danks (age 42 born Rowley) and their six children; Henry Danks (age 19 born Rowley); Thomas Danks (age 17 born Rowley); Mary Danks (age 14 born Rowley); Edwin Danks (age 11 born Rowley); Lydia Danks (age 8 born Rowley); and Elizabeth Danks (age 4 born Rowley).[1]

1855 Married at Halesowen to Ellen White. Seven sons and three daughters.

1863 Birth of son Thomas Albert Danks

1867 Birth of Alfred Benjamin Charles Danks

1873 Birth of son James Arthur Danks

1891 Living at 77 Dudley Road, Rowley Regis: Thomas Danks (age 57 born Rowley Regis), Boiler Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Ellen Danks (age 54 born Dudley) and their three sons Thomas A. Danks (age 28 born Rowley Regis), Assistant to father; Edwin Danks (age 26 born Rowley Regis), Assistant to father; and Alfred B. C. Danks (age 23 born Rowley Regis). Two servants.[2]

1902 July 06th. Died. Of Preswylfa, Norton, Stourbridge. Probate to Alfred Benjamin Charles Danks and James Arthur Danks, boiler makers, and to Ellen Danks, widow.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1891 census