NameThomas Addison DEAKIN , 1C4R
Birth3 Mar 1826, Adbaston, Staffordshire
Baptism5 Mar 1826, Adbaston, Staffordshire
Death9 Apr 1858, Adbaston, Staffordshire
BurialAdbaston, Staffordshire
FatherThomas DEAKIN (1787-1838)
MotherFanny GOODALL (1789-1859)
Notes for Thomas Addison DEAKIN
From Pedigree of the Deakin Family, October 1859
[With details of later family members added afterwards]
In the possession of Alice Gertrude Deakin (1862 to 1946) to her grand nephew Arthur Keelinge Deakin (1917 to 1944) to his father Guy Barton Deakin (1882 to 1973) to his daughter Isabella Vera Deakin (1913 to 2005) to David Cooper.
Thomas Addison Deakin
Born 3 March 1827
Died 9th April 1858 and buried at Adbaston

Christening records Thomas Addison Deakin christened March 5, 1826, Adbaston, Staffordshire, father Thomas Deakin, mother Fanny.

In the 1851 census New House”, Newport Road, Adbaston, Staffordshire.
Head Fanny Deakin, widow, age 61, Landed Proprietor, Farming 168 acres 2 indoor and 2 outdoor servants, born Adbaston, Staffordshire.
Daughter Emma Deakin, age 31, farmer’s daughter, born Adbaston.
Son Thomas Deakin, age 24, farmer’s son, born Adbaston.
Also a visitor and 4 servants. (Housemaid, dairy maid, cowman and general servant

Death index Thomas Addison Deakin April to June 1858, Newport Sh. district.

National Probate Calendar
30 August 1858. The Will of Thomas Addison Deakin late of Adbaston in the County of Stafford Gentleman deceased who died 9 April 1858 at Adbaston aforesaid was proved at Lichfield by the oath of Fanny Deakin of Eccleshall in the same County Widow the Mother and the Executrix for Life. Effects under 2000 pounds. This Grant ceased and expired, another probate passed at Lichfield April 1859.
Also
15 April 1859. The Will of Thomas Addison Deakin late of Adbaston in the County of Stafford Gentleman deceased 9 April 1858 at Adbaston aforesaid was proved at Lichfield by the oaths of Frederic Warner Tunnicliff of Biana in the Parish of Eccleshall in the said County Gentleman and John gar meson of 133 Tottenham Court-road London Mercer and draper two of the Executors substituted in the said Will. The Probate granted at Lichfield August 1858 having ceased and expired. Effects under 2000 pounds. [Since his mother the executrix died between these two probates she seems to have been unable to complete the process.]
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