Birth: 18 January 1851

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Ackworth, West Riding, Yorkshire

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 1902 - March Quarter

Place or Registered Place of Death: Staines, Middlesex

Father: Franceys Bradley Paget

Mother: Sarah Bargh

Spouse(s):

1. Harriet Elizabeth Prentice

2. Edith Louisa Gough

Date of Marriage:

1. 9 July 1873

2. 1883 - December Quarter

Place or Registered Place of Marriage:

1. Stowmarket, Stow, Suffolk

2. Fulham, London, Middlesex

Notes:

The Register of Tonbridge School, from 1820 to 1893: also lists of exhibitioners, &c., previous to 1820, and of head masters and second masters.
By Tonbridge School, Tonbridge School, Tonbridge, England, Walter Oldham Hughes-
Hughes - Published by R. Bentley, 1893
Paget, Thomas Charles Plumtre Bargh Francis Bradley Paget. 1864-67. Son of Francis Paget. Trin. Coll. Camb. Was in Texas for a time, but returned to England.

Alumni Cantabrigienses - 1953
Paget, Thomas Charles Plumtre Bargh Franceys Bradley. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 21, 1868. S. of Franceys Bradley, of Welton, Brough, Yorks. B. [Jan. 18], 1851, at Ackworth, Yorks. Schools [Repton and] Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1869. In Texas for a time, but returned to England. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Repton Sch. Reg.)

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1880 U.S. Census:

Name: Franceys Paget
Residence: Colorado City, El Paso, Colorado
Birth date: 1851
Birth place: England
Relationship to head-of-household: Self
Spouse name: Harriet E. Paget
Spouse birth place: England
Father name:
Father birth place: England
Mother name:
Mother birth place: England
Race or color (expanded): White
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Age: 29 years
Occupation: Laborer
NARA film number: T9-0090
Page: 467
Page letter: D
Entry number: 6738
Film number: 1254090
Collection: 1880 United States Census
Name: Harriet E. Paget
Residence: Colorado City, El Paso, Colorado
Birth date: 1852
Birth place: England
Relationship to head-of-household: Wife
Spouse name: Franacys Paget
Spouse birth place: England
Father name:
Father birth place: England
Mother name:
Mother birth place: England
Race or color (expanded): White
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Female
Marital status: Married
Age: 28 years
Occupation: Keeps House
NARA film number: T9-0090
Page: 467
Page letter: D
Entry number: 6739
Film number: 1254090
Collection: 1880 United States Census

Thomas Charles and Harriet were divorced in the U.S.A. before 1882.

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1851 Census:

Yorkshire
Ackworth
High Askworth
Franceys B. Paget - Head - 31 - Annuitant - Leicestershire
Sarah Paget - Wife - 39 - Acksworth, Yorkshire
Thomas - Son - 3 months
Jane W. Bargh - Sister-in-law - 23

1891 Census:

Surrey
Egham
Heath House
Thomas C.P.B.F.B.P. Paget - Head - 40 - Market Gardener
Edith L. Paget - Wife - 45 - Somerset

1901 Census:

Berkshire
Ashford
????? B. Paget - Head - 50 - Living on own means
Edith L. Paget - Wife - 52

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Reynolds's Newspaper (London, England), Sunday, March 6, 1870; Issue 1021.
University Blackguardism. - At the Cambridge borough police-court, .......................Francis Bradley Paget, an undergraduate of Trinity College, was charged with assaulting Catherine Moulam, by throwing water on her from his room in the Master's-buildings, Trinity College, as she was walking along Sidney-street. The defendant was proved to have used very bad language to the police-officer. Charles Helmsley, undergraduate of St. John's College, deposed that the defendant did not throw the water, which was thrown by Mr. Symes, another undergraduate, who was present. The Mayor reprimanded Paget for his disgraceful language, and said he had never known so bad a case in this respect in his twenty years' experience. Henry Symes was then ordered into the box, and admitted the charge. He was fined ten shillings and costs. He was further fined ten shillings and costs for a similar assault on another woman. The court was crowded during the hearing..................

The Ipswich Journal (Ipswich, England), Saturday, July 12, 1873; Issue 7126.
Paget - Prentice. - 9th inst., at Stowmarket, by the Rev. Thomas Fison, B.A., (cousin of the bride), assisted by the Rev. J. Reeve, Franceys Bradley Paget, of Henwick House, Newbury, Berkshire, son of the late F.B. Paget, of Ackworth, Yorkshire, to Harriet Elizabeth, daughter of Manning Prentice, of Stowmarket.

Thomas Charles Plumtre Bargh Francis Bradley Paget