Thomas Marshall (c.1780-1853)

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Thomas Marshall was soldier, brewer, and a wine and spirit merchant who resided at Shorehead Cottage, Huddersfield.


He married Hannah and they likely had six children:

  • Thomas Marshall (1813-?)[1]
  • Eliza Marshall (1815-?)[2]
  • Mary Marshall (1817-?)[3]
  • Ann Marshall (1820-?)[4]
  • Ellen Marshall (c.1823-?)[5]
  • Sarah Marshall (c.1825-?)[6]

The baptismal records for his children record his occupation as a solider in the 51st (2nd Yorkshire West Riding) Regiment of Foot.[7]

By the 1830s, he was a wine and spirit merchant residing at Shorehead.

His daughter Mary married fancy manufacturer John Sunderland Tolson on 13 June 1838 at Huddersfield Parish Church. Tolson later took over the running of the Globe Inn and brewery on King Street, Huddersfield.

He died aged 73 on 4 May 1853 and was buried on 9 May at Huddersfield Parish Church.

Notes and References

  1. Born 7 September 1813 and baptised 21 November 1813 at Huddersfield Parish Church.
  2. Born 21 January 1815 and baptised 16 April 1815 at Huddersfield Parish Church.
  3. Born 11 April 1817 and baptised 25 May 1817 at Huddersfield Parish Church.
  4. Born 16 August 1820 and baptised 25 February 1821 at Huddersfield Parish Church.
  5. Baptised 30 March 1823 at Huddersfield Parish Church.
  6. Baptised 21 August 1825 at Huddersfield Parish Church.
  7. The regiment was later amalgamated to become the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry in 1881.

Thomas Marshall (c.1780-1853)


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