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* 1909 Listed as a director when [[Thomas Comstive]] became a limited company.<ref>''Burnley Express'', 21 May 1949</ref>
 
* 1909 Listed as a director when [[Thomas Comstive]] became a limited company.<ref>''Burnley Express'', 21 May 1949</ref>
  
* 1911 Lived at 2 Sefton Terrace with his sister and nephew [[Albert James Comstive|Albert]]. Occupation: Shuttle Maker.<ref>1911 census</ref>
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* 1911 Lived at 2 Sefton Terrace with his sister Isabella and brother Albert. Occupation: Shuttle Maker.<ref>1911 census</ref>
  
 
* 1922 Died at home at 72 Belvedere Road, Burnley on the 18th of June.
 
* 1922 Died at home at 72 Belvedere Road, Burnley on the 18th of June.

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Thomas Comstive was a shuttle maker and Director of Thomas Comstive Ltd. of Burnley

  • 1862 Born in Burnley, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Comstive.
  • 1881 Lived at 2 Sefton Terrace, Burnley, with his parents, sisters Isabella and Elizabeth, and his three brothers William, Albert and Louis. Occupation:Cabinet Maker[1]
  • 1886-98 Served in the East Lancashire Regiment.[2]
  • 1901 Lived at 2 Sefton Terrace with his mother, sister Isabella and brother Albert. Occupation: Shuttle Maker.[3]
  • 1911 Lived at 2 Sefton Terrace with his sister Isabella and brother Albert. Occupation: Shuttle Maker.[5]
  • 1922 Died at home at 72 Belvedere Road, Burnley on the 18th of June.

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. British Army Service Records TNA WO363
  3. 1901 census
  4. Burnley Express, 21 May 1949
  5. 1911 census