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Thomas William Fairbairn (1845 - 1904)

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Thomas William "Henry" Fairbairn
Born in Lambeth, London, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Perth, Western Australia, Australiamap [uncertain]
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Biography

Thomas (or Henry) William Fairbairn

1845 birth reg. shows him as Thomas William Fairbairn [1]
1851 census shows him as Henry William Fairburn, aged 5 born Ireland[2]
1852 Immigration record shows him as Thomas aged 6 [3]

Born 1845 Lambeth, London, England [4]

or Ireland[5]

Died abt Jul 1904 Perth, Western Australia, Australia

AN OLD MAN KILLED.
An inmate of the Old Men's Depot, named Thomas Fairbairn, was run over by a cab on Saturday morning, and sustained fatal injuries.
Fairbairn was crossing the road behind a baker's cart, at the corner of William-street and Bazaar-terrace, and did not notice the approach of a horse and cab, driven by Alexander McIntosh. The cab-driver observed the old man too late to pull up, and the horse and vehicle passed completely over his body. The injured man was conveyed to the Perth-Public Hospital, and admitted for treatment, but he died a few hours later. The deceased who was about about 65 years of age, had been an inmate of the Depot for a considerable time.

[6]

Reference: 66615

Sources

  1. Source #S1: Birth 1845 Q3 Thomas William FAIRBAIRN, Mother JACKSON, reg. Lambeth, LND, Vol 4 pg 243
  2. Source: #S202 Par. of St Sepulchre, Dist of West London, MDX HO107/526 ED 3a F 143 Pg 23 Sched 2, hsehold of Thomas & Margaret FAIRBURN, extracted Sep 2011
  3. Source #S2: 9 Oct 1852 "Dominion", Thomas & Margaret FAIRBAIRN, arr. 9 Oct 1852 Victoria, dep. Plymouth
  4. Source #S1: Birth 1845 Q3 Thomas William FAIRBAIRN, Mother JACKSON, reg. Lambeth, LND, Vol 4 pg 243
  5. Source: #S202 Par. of St Sepulchre, Dist of West London, MDX HO107/526 ED 3a F 143 Pg 23 Sched 2, hsehold of Thomas & Margaret FAIRBURN, extracted Sep 2011
  6. Source #S3: "Old Man Killed", Thomas FAIRBAIRN, Inmate of the Old Men's Depot, Western Mail Sat 2 Jul 1904 (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), p. 9. from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article38684279
  • Source: S1 GRO England/Wales Births/Deaths index online
  • Source: S2 Victoria (AUS) assisted and unassisted passenger lists - images via Ancestry.com
  • Source: S3 Trove - Australian Newspapers online
  • Source: S202 1851 Census images, England & Wales via Ancestry.com Repository: #R121
  • Repository: R121 Name: Ancestry.com
  • Fairbairn-739 was created by Lorna Henderson through the import of FAIRBAIRNThos1817To18874WTJun2015Updated.ged on Jun 3, 2015.


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