|The crest badge Clan MacTavish contains the crest and motto of the clan chief. The crest is blazoned a boar's head erased or langued proper. The motto is NON OBLITUS, which translates from Latin as "not forgetful" or "not forgotten"||
||Celtic Knot depicting eternal life|
FREDERICK THOMPSON OF ENGLAND
Born February 20, 1805 in St. Martins, Middlesex, England
Little Chapel Street Soho, Independent, Westminster, London, England. Film #0825321.
February 28, 1806
Frederick Thompson, son of John Thompson of the Parish of St. Martin's in the Fields, and Martha, was born February 20, 1805 and baptized this Day, by me. Thos. Stolling?
Note: The date difference of 1805 and 1806 is not a transcription error. He apparently was born in 1805 and christened in 1806. The handwriting is very clear, and the christening recorded is recorded properly as Feb 28, 1806. and the birth year of 1805 is very clearly written.
Parents - John Thompson and Martha Lauga who were married 11 January 1802 in St. Martin's in the Field, Westminster, London, England. Note: There are very, very few Lauga surname entries in the English records. The originates in southern France in the Northern Basque Region. The Southern Basque Region sits in northern Spain.
Married - 1) Mary Ann Sharpe on April 14, 1832 in St. James, Westminster, London, England and 2) Sarah Randall before 1841.
Died - December 7, 1874 in Kensington Town, Kensington District, County of Middlesex, England
Certified copy of an Entry of Death, PAS 699875, DYA 361371, Sub-district of Kensington Town, Kensington District, County of Middlesex, England.
Seventh December 1874, 3 Abingdon Road
Frederick John Thompson
Phthisis, several years, certified
A. Thompson present at the death, 3 Abingdon Road
Registered Eleventh December 1874
C.R. Barius, Registerr
Certified copy dated 9th June 2004
|1841 St. Pauls District,
Hammersmith, Middlesex County, Eng
THOMPSON, Frederick 35 Umbrella Maker Born in Mdlsx
|1851 St. Barnabas, Kensington
Parish, Middlesex County, Eng.
THOMPSON, Frederick Head Md 46 Master Trunk Maker, born in St. Martins
|1861 St. Pauls, Hammersmith,
Middlesex County, Eng
Bridge (?) Road
THOMPSON, Frederick Head Md 56 Trunk Maker Born in Hammersmith, Mdlsx
|1871 CENSUS, Fulham, Chelsea,
Household 28 page 4
THOMPSON, Frederick Head? Md 66 Trunk Maker Middlesex, Hammersmith, England
1841 - Umbrella Maker on census
1841 - Umbrella Maker on Thomas Sr's Birth Record
1851 - Master Trunk Maker on census
1861 - Trunk Maker on census
1865 - Trunk Maker on Thomas Sr.'s Marriage Record
1871 - Trunk Maker on census
1874 - Trunk Maker on death record
CHILDREN OF FREDERICK THOMPSON AND MARY ANN SHARPE
- Frederick Thompson - born before 14 Jul 1833 in Holy Trinity, Newington, Surrey, England and baptized on !4 July 1833 in same. He married Sarah Ray on 12 September 1860 in Saint Mary Le Strand, Westminster, London, England.
- Sarah Thompson - born about 1838 in Middlesex County, England - this daughter may be daughter of second wife, Sarah; and she died before the second Sarah was born about 1852 (see below)
CHILDREN OF FREDERICK THOMPSON AND SARAH RANDALL
Born December 19, 1841 in St. Paul's District, Hammersmith, Middlesex, England
See separate page
- William Thompson
Born about 1848 in Hammersmith, Middlesex, England
- Sarah Thompson
Born about 1852 in Hammersmith, Middlesex, England
- Alfred Thompson
Born about 1858 in Hammersmith, Middlesex, England
Where was Thomas Sr. in the 1861 census? We suspect he was out on his apprenticeship. Our cousin found a Thomas, age 18, living with the John Thompson household in Potters' Bar in 1861 and working as a domestic. Would a confectioner apprentice be considered a domestic? There is an age difference of one year, as ours would have been 19 in April 1861. This would explain, however, how Thomas met Susan, as that Thompson family was right down the road from the Harvey family. According to that 1861 Potters Bar Census, that Thomas was born in Cheshire. We know our Thomas was born in Hammersmith, Middlesex. However, one of the more common mistakes is on birthplaces. Will post more as we get it.
We will continue to post our finds and notes on this page. Most of the discovery progress in this line has been made by John and Carolyn Thompson. A big thanks to them!
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