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Thomas Eustace Smith

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Thomas Eustace Smith (1831-1903), Director of T. and W. Smith

of Gosforth Park

1831 Baptised in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, son of William Smith and his wife Margaret[1]

1855 Married Martha Mary Dalrymple in Scotland

1860 T. and W. Smith was run by Thomas Eustace Smith after his father's death (along with James Southern and George Luckley)[2]

1861 Birth of son Eustace Smith

1864 Director of T. and W. Smith. One of the directors of the new Alliance Ship-Owning and Ship-Building Co[3]

1868 Baptism of sons Clarence Dalrymple Smith and Lancelot Eustace Smith[4]

1871 MP, JP, Ship owner, living Knightsbridge with Martha M Smith 35 and Margaret M Smith 13[5]

For many years was M.P. for North Shields and Tynemouth.

1903 Died

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
  2. Ancestry [1]
  3. The Times, Apr 29, 1864
  4. London, England, Church of England Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906
  5. 1871 census