Guernsey Butchers : Thomas

Origin

John Thomas was a publican of the Market Arms in Market Street in the 1840s when his three sons were born. It may be a coincidence, but none of them followed their father's profession, but became butchers in the nearby market. None of them were stallholders, so they were more likely slaughtermen or butchers assistants.

Families

John THOMAS ( 1810 - ? ) m Mary Ann ? ( 1811 - 1861 )

  1. John Henry THOMAS ( 1836 - ? )
  2. Richard William THOMAS ( 1838 - ? ) m Emma Ann ALLEN
    1. Edith Emma THOMAS ( 1862 - ? )
    2. Edward William THOMAS ( 1864 - ? )
    3. Mabel THOMAS ( 1867 -? )
    4. Isabella Miriam THOMAS ( 1870 - ? )
    5. Joseph Richard THOMAS ( 1872 - ? )
  3. Edward A THOMAS ( 1843 - ? )

(Those in bold were butchers)

Earliest Mention in Guernsey

Stallholdings

Residence