Thomas Fishburn


NationalityBritish 
RolesShip Builder 
Date of Birth6.7.1718 - Whitby ref:1330
First Known Service6.7.1718ref:1330
FatherWilliam Fixhburn (1699-1772)ref:719
WifeAlice Hutchinson (d.1784)ref:719
DaughterAnn [Wilson] (c.1742-1768)ref:719
SonWilliam (1750-1772)ref:719
SonThomas Fishburn (1756-1826)ref:1330
DaughterAlice (1755-?)ref:719
DaughterSarah (1757-?)ref:719
DaughterEleanor (d.1758)ref:719
GranddaughterElizabeth [Brodrick]ref:719
Last Known Service1805ref:1330
Date of Death7.9.1805ref:1330
Will Probated29.10.1805, PROB 11/1432/220

Related Ship Yards


FromToPositionYardSource
17481759LesseeFishburn & Brodrick - Whitby ref:1330
17591795OwnerFishburn & Brodrick - Whitby ref:1330

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
No history known

Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
ref:1330A Maritime History of the Port of Whitby, 1700-1914Stephanie Karen JonesThesis
ref:719Ancestry.com Family History

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