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Thomas Hendra

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Thomas Hendra (1835-1902) of Manor Iron Works

1835 Born in Hayle, Cornwall, the son of William Hendra, Iron Founder, and his wife Elizabeth Symons

1851 Living at 54 Eccleston Place, Westminster: Wm Hendra (age 40 born Cornwall), Iron Founder. With his wife Elizabeth Hendra (age 37 born Cornwall) and their eight children; Thos Hendra (age 17 born Cornwall); Elizabeth Hendra (age 15 born Cornwall); Wm Hendra (age 12 born Cornwall); Henry Hendra (age 10 born Mddx.); Philip Hendra (age 8 born Mddx.); Mary Hendra (age 6 born Mddx.); Maria Hendra (age 4 born Mddx.); and John Hendra (age 2 Months born Mddx.). One visitor.[1]

1871 Living at 11a Manor Road, Chelsea: Thomas Hendra (age 37 born Hayle, Cornwall), Iron Founder. With his wife Caroline Hendra (age 36 born Chelsea) and their six children; Thomas Hendra (age 14 born Chelsea); James Hendra (age 10 born Chelsea); Mary A. Hendra (age 8 born Chelsea); Harriett Hendra (age 4 born Chelsea); Elizabeth Hendra (age 2 born Chelsea); and William Hendra (age 10 Months born Chelsea).[2]

1881 Living at 7 Hyde Cottages, Hyde Lane, Battersea: Thomas Hendra (age 47 born Pillack, Cornwall), Iron Founder. With his wife Caroline Hendra (age 45 born Chelsea) and their six children; Mary Ann Hendra (age 18 born Chelsea); Elizabeth Hendra (age 13 born Chelsea); William Hendra (age 11 born Chelsea); Nathaniel Hendra (age 9 born Chelsea); John Hendra (age 7 born Chelsea); and Alfred Hendra (age 5 born Chelsea).[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1881 Census