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Parents:
John TOMES
(1765 - 1834)
William BAYLIES
 
Ann FISHER
(1767 - 1839)
Rebecca HOULTHAM
 

Married: 18 June 1808; Great Barrington, Gloucestershire UK [107]
 bd.  9 Nov 1791; Long Marston, Gloucestershire UK
 bpd.  28 Dec 1791; Long Marston, Gloucestershire UK
 dd.  15 Jan 1864, age 72; Weston-on-Avon, Gloucestershire UK
 brd.  Weston-on-Avon
 occ.  Farmer
 res.  Weston Sands, Weston-on-Avon, Gloucestershire, UK
 src.   [8],[107]
 bd.  
 bpd.  19 July 1792; Welford-on-Avon, Gloucestershire UK
 dd.  18 Jan 1870, age 77; Weston-on-Avon, Gloucestershire UK
 brd.  Weston-on-Avon, Gloucestershire UK
 res.  UK
 src.   [8],[107]

Children (4):

Edward TOMMS (1810 - )
John TOMES (1815 - 1895)
Robert Fisher TOMES (1823 - 1904)
William Baylies TOMES (1825 - 1906)

Notes for John TOMES

Farmer of 500 acres, employing 23 men & 5 boys. 'A man of literary attainments, but limited means.' Lived at Weston Sands from youth to death. Inherited part of TAYLOR’s North & South Littleton estate, which his sons in turn inherited. Will est: 'under £7,000'. [107]

John TOMES farmed Weston Sands for most of his life, assisted by his son William Baylies TOMES. After John died, William, as well as his brother, Robert, (who had previously been farming on his own, at Welford Hill Farm, just South of Welford) farmed there for a time, until at least 1871. By 1881 though it appears the farm had been sold as the brothers had retired and were then living in South Littleton. In 2010 the barns at Weston Sands had been converted into holiday homes. [107]

Notes for Sarah BAYLIES

Will est: 'under £1,500'. [107]

Sources

8.  Document, Evelyn GOODMAN research
107.  Email, Ian Tomes, 13 April 2016

Family record last updated: 2 May 2016


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