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Thomas Uphill

It is possible that Thomas was from a Non-Conformist family.

He may have been the Thomas apprenticed to cordwainer Edward Tuba Fortune:
(Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811 - St Marylebone, Middlesex, 18 Aug 1772)
Thomas' son William is known to have been a shoemaker, so may have followed his father's career.


Marriage & Children

He married Harriot WILKINSON 29 Mar 1781, St James', Westminster, London.

thomasuphillharriotwilkinsonmarr1781.jpg

Children of Thomas Uphill and Harriot:

  1. William UPHILL, born 28 Apr 1782 - St James', Westminster, London »
  2. Harriot UPHILL, born 23 May 1788 - St James', Westminster, London



Research Notes:

Composite register
- held by West Sussex Record Office

ff. 13r - 15r baptisms, July 1759 - June 1764, including James Lillywhite from an area near St. James's called No-Mans Land, apparently extra parochial, June 1760, and Thomas Uphill, son of Anabaptists, May 1764.
From: discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/
17 May 1764
Thomas Upfill, aged 15 whoes parents are Anabaptists. Was baptised by me Wm Wade, curate

Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance Group 16 May 1803
Insured: Harriott Uphill, 28 Monmouth Street
[CLC/B/192/F/001/MS11936/426/747647] St Giles, London History of St Giles-in-the-Fields British History Online St Giles-in-the-Fields

uphill_thomas.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/01 18:40 by tielmess