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Thomas Newton Bennie

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Thomas Newton Bennie (1839-1919)

1839 Born the son of James Bennie (1803-1877)

1851 Living at Duke street, Dunoon: James Bennie (age 48 born Rathmell, Lanarkshire), Iron Founder. With his wife Lilias Bennie (age 45 born Shotts, Lanarkshire) ad their four children; Robert Bennie (age 22 born Glasgow), Iron Founder; Thomas N. Bennie (age 11 born Glasgow); Jane Bennie (age 11 born Glasgow); and Eliza Bennie (age 6 born Glasgow). One servant.[1]

1861 Married Isabella King in Old Cumnock, Ayr[2]

1866 THOMAS NEWTON BENNIE (now Shipbuilder in Middleborough), ceased by mutual consent to be a Partner of the Firm of James Bennie and Co, Engineers and Ironfounders in Glasgow on the 1st day of May 1866. The business of the Company will be carried on under the same Firm by the remaining Partners, James Bennie, and James Bennie, Junior.

1877 Auctioneer and valuator in Glasgow[3]

1881 Thomas N. Bennie 41, engineer or mechanic, lived in West Derby, Lancs., with Isabella Bennie 40, Isabella J. Bennie 17, Alfred F. S. Bennie 14, James H. T. Bennie 12, Lilias Clarinda Bennie 2[4]

1891 Thos N Bennie 50, Engineer & Commission Agent, lived in Paisley with Isabella K Bennie 49, Isabella Bennie 27, Frederick Bennie 24, Lillias Bennie 12, Helen Bennie 7[5]

1901 A Marine Superintendent, lodging in Glasgow Sandyford[6]

1913 A wharfinger, died at Govan[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. BMD
  3. Probate of his father's estate
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. 1901 census
  7. Scotland Probate index