Thomas was born about 1808 in Tingewick, Buckinghamshire, the son of William Key and Esther un.[Notes 1, 2]
He died before 8 MAY 1864. The place is not known.[Note 3]
He had two marriages/partners. His first wife was Mary Coles, whom he married on 8 OCT 1826 in Buckingham (St. Peter & St. Paul). Their five known children were John (1830->1841), Sarah (1833-1861), Ann (1835->1851), George (1839-c1839) and James (1843-c1843).
His second wife was Mary May, whom he married on 1 FEB 1864 in Tingewick, Buckinghamshire. They had no known children.
FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
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|Death||BEF 08 MAY 1864||See Note 3|
|Census||07 APR 1861||
1861 Census of Tingewick
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|Census||30 MAR 1851||
1851 census of Tingewick - 30th March 1851
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|Burial||08 MAY 1864||
Parish Registers - Tingewick - Burials - 1855-1900?
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Gale Newspaper database
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age 56 in Feb 1864 ( 2nd marriage)
1 February 1864 at Tingewick
Thomas X KEY 56 wid Labourer of Tingewick son of William Key,
Labourer; & Mary X BARLOW 57 wid Lacemaker of Tingewick dau. of
John May, Labourer. Witnesses: Thomas May, Eliza May.
Date calculated from Burial Date
age 53, ag lab, with wife, nephew, g'dau
Folio 8b Sch. 61
Thomas Key (Head) M 53 (1808) M Ag Lab BKM Tingewick
Mary Key (Wife) M 53 (1808) F Lacemaker BKM Buckingham
John Adams (Nephew) 13 (1848) M Ag Lab BKM Tingewick
Mary A Linford (Granddaughter) 5 (1856) F BKM Tingewick
age 43, ag lab, with wife, 2 dau
369b,79.00,Tingewick,Moss,George,M,HD,1791.00,60.00,,M,Ag Lab,0,BKM,Water Stratford,
thomas key Tingewick 08 May 1864 57
Capital Business Premises, Land, and Tenements, In the several occupations of Mr. T. Painter, J. Wimbush, T. Holton, and T. Keys, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
[NOT NECESSARILY THE CORRECT T. KEYS]
NOT NECESSARILY THE CORRECT T. KEYS
Jackson's Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, January 7, 1854; Issue 5254
To Bakers, Grocers, Drapers, Shopkeepers, and others.
Capital Business Premises, Land, and Tenements,
In the several occupations of Mr. T. Painter, J. Wimbush, T.
Holton, and T. Keys,
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
By HARRISON & SON,
On Tuesday the 10th of January 1854, at Four o'clock (subject to such conditions as will be then read), at the Crown Inn, in Tingewick aforesaid. -- For a view apply to the respective tenants, and for further particulars to Messrs. Hearn and Nelson, solicitors, or the auctioneers, Buckingham.
|Source:||FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project|
|Authors:||Buckinghamshire Family History Society|
|Source:||1861 Census of Tingewick|
|Source:||Parish Registers - Tingewick - Burials - 1855-1900?|
|Source:||1851 census of Tingewick - 30th March 1851|
|Source:||Tingewick baptisms 1813-1841 (24.1 & 24.2)|
|Source:||Gale Newspaper database|