Robert Thomas

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Robert Thomas, Fitter.

Born Portmadoc in 1852. He had been a fitter since before 1871 although we don't know if it was for the FR all that time. In that year he was living at 7, Britannia Place; by 1881, he was at 60, Snowdon Street; in 1891 & 1901,at 56, Snowdon Street and also in 1901, 62, Snowdon Street. He must have liked the street!

He had married Rebecca in 1876 and they had at least 5 children.

Census Entry for 1871[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at 7, Britannia Place, Portmadoc
where the year of birth is recorded as: 1852 in Portmadoc
The occupation given is: Fitter


Census Entry for 1881[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at 60, Snowdon Street, Portmadoc
It is believed, married to Rebecca in 1876


Census Entry for 1891[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at 56, Snowdon Street


Census Entry for 1901[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at 56, Snowdon Street


Census Entry for 1901[edit]

An entry has been found for this person at 62, Snowdon Street


Robert Thomas is possibly the person in the photo known as Boyd26H. (click here to see) This photo is labelled "A Group taken in the Works Yard before the First War". It is believed to be around 1913. It is not all staff from the yard at that time. There was a list attached to the original which declares who the people are. This person is believed to be in the third row from the back and the seventh person from the left handside.