picture Thomas ARGALL [2709]



      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 19 Jun 1864 - Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States
        Baptism: 
          Death: 24 Sep 1882 - Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States
         Burial: Sep 1882 - Odd Fellows Cemetery, Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 2709
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Philip ARGALL [789] (1840-1912) [MRIN:447] 
         Mother: Mary Ann HENDLEY [2702] (1847-1909) 

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Telegrapher.

CENSUS INFORMATION: In the 1870 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall aged 6, born in Pennsylvania and living in the West Ward of Mahoney City, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania with his parents, a brother and a sister. (Mahoney West Ward, 549, Page 15).
In the 1880 US Census, he is listed as Thomas ARGALL, a Telegraphing Apprentice aged 15 born in Pennsylvania. He is living with his parents, 3 sisters and a brother in Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania. (Supervisors District 3008, Enumeration District 225, Page 26).

GENERAL NOTES: Thomas had a rough life. He started working in a mine at the age of 12 or 13. One day he went to transfer a belt to a different pulley and the belt caught his leg and severely injured it. His leg had to be amputated on his mother's kitchen table. Sometime after that, he had the opportunity to become a telegrapher on the railroad, which suited him well since he could perform most of his duties whilst sitting. Unfortunately, one of his duties was, periodically, to hand the locomotive engineer a dispatch as the train sped by. The story goes that, on one occasion, as he reached out with the dispatch pole, he lost his balance and fell into the moving train, killing him instantly. His parents were heartbroken and had his headstone made, which includede the telegrapher's key as well as a baby lamb. He was only 18. (Input from a correspondent prior to 2013).

DEATH: Died as a result of a railroad accident.

BURIAL: Thomas Argall is buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Pottsville, PA. The stone is somewhat weathered but reads" THOMAS ARGALL DIED SEPT. 24 1882 AGED 18 YRS, 3 MONTHS 5 DAYS". Birth date is calculated from age on gravestone. No one has to tell me that he was a telegrapher because carved into a recess in the column is a telegrapher's key and receiver over which you can still decipher the words "In Life". Either the Cemetery officials or the family recognized the uniqueness of this gravestone because they did attempt to cover it with plexiglass as long as 40 years ago (i.e. about 1971). Unfortunately, half of this has now gone.

Thomas Argall:
Birth: unknown
Death: Sep. 24, 1882
Died at age 18 years 8 months 5 days
Buried in: Odd Fellows Cemetery
Pottsville
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section 4 Row 3.

picture Thomas ARGALL [2716]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: George Victor ARGALL [689] (1889-1963) [MRIN:400] 
         Mother: Edith Maud DAVIES [2348] (1893-1971) 


picture
Thomas ARGALL [2708]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 30 May 1910 - Rankin, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
        Baptism: 
          Death: 30 May 1910 - Rankin, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
         Burial: 31 May 1910 - Monongahela Cemetery, Monongahela, Washington, Pennsylvania, United States
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 2708
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Thomas ARGALL [2954] (1883-1975) [MRIN:1098] 
         Mother: Damaris Shawcross WILD [5306] (1888-1936) 

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: Premature. Died in Uteris. Recorded as Thomas Argyle, son of Thomas Argyle and Demariss Wild.

DEATH: Died at birth,stillborn.

Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1944 about Thos Argyle:
Name: Thos Argyle
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 0
Birth Date: 30 May 1910
Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Death Date: 30 May 1910
Death Place: Rankin, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
Father Name: Thos Argyle
Father Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Mother Name: Demarris Wild
Mother Birth Place: Pennsylvania
Certificate Number: 50260.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Bureau of Vital Statristics.
File: 5026
Registered No. 48.

picture Thomas ARGALL [2665]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1637 - Denham, Buckinghamshire, England
        Baptism: 23 May 1637 - Denham, Buckinghamshire, England
          Death: Abt 1670 - Great Baddow, Essex, England
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 2665
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Thomas ARGALL [2031] (1610-1669) [MRIN:895] 
         Mother: Alice HARRIS [1999] (Abt 1615-1693) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Anne WILDE [2619] (1645 - 3 Sep 1713) [MRIN:1028]
       Marriage: 14 Oct 1662 - London, Middlesex, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1028
                 
       Children:
                1. William ARGALL [3345] (1683-1684)
                2. Jane ARGALL [3346] (1684-      )
                3. Mary ARGALL [3347] (1686-      )

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Lawyer.

GENERAL NOTES: The background is also very interesting in that as Thomas Argall married an ALICE HARRIS the families seem to be closely connected, and perhaps helps to explain the DENHAM, BUCKS link, of marriages/births.

Admissions to the Inner Temple.
Admission Date: 26/05/1655
Call Date: 11/05/1662
Bench Year: n/a
Leaving Date: not known
Date of Death: not known
Judicial Appointment: n/a
Address: Great Baddow, Essex, England.

The admission year is given as 1655 in the register, but the entry falls among other entries dated February 1656. (Probably dual date 1655/56).
On 11 May 1662, he was called to the Bar of the Inner Temple Parliament.

MARRIAGE: ARGALL, Thomas of the Inner Temple esquire. bachelor, 25, and Anne Wild, Spinster, 17, daughter of Sir William Wild, Knight and Bart., Recorder of London, who consents. At Great St Bartholomew, London, 14 October 1662. F.

His wife is referred to as a Widow in her Will dated 31 Dec 1691.

Will:
Repository: Essex Record Office Level: Category Archdeaconry records Level: Fonds COMMISSARY OF BISHOP OF LONDON Level: Sub-Fonds WILLS Level: Item Will Level: Item Reference Code D/ABW 66/6 Dates of Creation 19 July 1670 Title [Will] Scope and Content Thomas ARGALL; Great Baddow Date From 1670 Date To 1670.

picture Thomas ARGALL [2334]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 25 Jun 1868 - Lifton, Devon, England
        Baptism: 24 Sep 1868 - Lifton, Devon, England
          Death: 3 Dec 1944 - Negaunee, Marquette, Michigan, United States
         Burial: 6 Dec 1944 - Ishpeming, Marquette, Michigan, United States
 Cause of Death: Carcinoma, of Prostate.
        User ID: 2334
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: James ARGALL [2319] (1836-1902) [MRIN:795] 
         Mother: Jane WALTER [2267] (Abt 1836-1926) 

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Manganese Miner.

CENSUS INFORMATION: In the 1871 UK Census of Lifton, he is listed as Thomas Argall, born in Lifton and is aged 2. He is living in Tinney, Lifton with his parents, three brothers and a sister. (RG10/2149, Folio 36, Page 6).
In the 1881 UK Census, he is recorded as Thomas Argall, a Manganese Miner, aged 13, living at home (4 Bridge Cottage, Lifton) with his parents and 5 brothers and 2 sisters, and grandfather. (RG11/2221, Folio 72, Page 5).
In the 1900 US Census of Ishpeming City, he is recorded as Thomas Argel, aged 30, an Iron Ore Miner, born in England in February 1870 He is living with his brother (#2268) and sister-in-law and niece, as a Boarder. He was naturalized in 1886. (Supervisor's District 12, Enumeration District 112, Sheet 11).
In the 1910 US Census of Ishpeming City, he is recorded as Thomas Argall, aged 40 and single, born in England and working in a Mine. He is living as a Boarder with a Pascoe family in Division Street, Ishpeming City. He immigrated in 1888. (Supervisors District 12, Enumeration District 184, Sheet 8A).
In the 1920 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, aged 52 and born in England; he is working as a Laborer in a Cement Works. He is single and living as a boarder in Detroit City, Ward 18, Wayne County, Michigan. (Supervisors Districy No 145, Enumeration District 591, Sheet 32A).
In the 1930 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, an Iron Ore Miner, aged 63 and unmarried and born in England. He is living as a Lodger in 13 Division Street, Ishpeming City, Marquette County, Michigan. (Enumeration District 52-7, Supervisor's District 1, Page 1B).
In the 1940 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, a widower aged 73, and born in England. He is lodging in the Trevorrow Hotel, located in Ward 9 of Ishpeming City, Marquette County, Michigan. (Supervisors District 12, Enumeration District 52-17, Sheet 81A).

GENERAL NOTES: Bible Christian.

BIRTH: Birth is recorded in the GRO indexes for the Tavistock Registration District in the September quarter of 1868, under reference 5b 384. He is listed as Thomas Argall.

BAPTISM: Baptism is recorded in the Tinney Bible Christian Chapel Registers (Launceston Circuit) 1841-1910, Lifton. (MR/L/120):

Baptism Circuit: Launceston, Bible Christian Circuit
Name: Thomas ARGALL
Sex:
Father Forename: James
Mother Forename: Jane
Residence:
Parish Or Reg District: Lifton Devon
Father Rank Profession: Miner
Date: 24-Sep 1868
Age:
Where Baptised: Tinney Chapel
Register Notes:
Register entry: no. 374.

MIGRATION: Emigrated to Michigan in the USA in 1887.

U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989 about Thomas Argall:
Name: Thomas Argall
Residence Year: 1910
Street address: 314 E Division
Residence Place: Marquette, Michigan
Occupation: Miner
Publication Title: Marquette, Michigan, City Directory, 1910.

Listed in Polk's Ishpeming (Marquette County, Mich) City Directory of 1937 as Thos Argall, (Laborer) living at r211 E Division.

Thomas Argall in the U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995:
Name: Thomas Argall
Residence Year: 1937
Street address: 211 E Division
Residence Place: Ishpeming, Michigan, USA
Occupation: Laborer
Publication Title: Ishpeming, Michigan, City Directory, 1937.

DEATH: Thomas Argall, Michigan, Death Certificates, 1921-1952:
Name: Thomas Argall
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 03 Dec 1944
Event Place: Negaunee, Marquette, Michigan, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 76
Marital Status: Single
Birth Date: 28 Jun 1868
Birthplace: Tinney Lifton, England
Birth Year (Estimated): 1868
Father's Name: James Argall
Mother's Name: Jane Walter
GS Film number: 001972869
Digital Folder Number: 005237834
Image Number: 01394.

BURIAL: Burial is recorded in Ishpeming Cemetery Burials (#8806) as Thomas Argall, aged 76, born in England on 28 June 1868 and died on 3rd December 1944. He was buried on 6th December 1944 in Lot 3, Block 31. Cause of death: Carcinoma, of Prostate. His abode was 122 Pearl. Parents are: James Argall and Jane Watters.

picture Thomas ARGALL [2031]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1610 - Colchester, Essex, England
        Baptism: 17 May 1610 - Colchester, Essex, England
          Death: 7 Dec 1669 - Great Baddow, Essex, England
         Burial: 9 Dec 1669 - Great Baddow, Essex, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 2031
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: John ARGALL [31] (1582-1642) [MRIN:1133] 
         Mother: Sarah GRANT [39] (Abt 1585-1648) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Alice HARRIS [1999] (Abt 1615 - 6 Mar 1692/93) [MRIN:895]
       Marriage: 20 Aug 1635 - Denham, Buckinghamshire, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 895
                 
       Children:
                1. Thomas ARGALL [2665] (1637-Abt 1670)
                2. Anne ARGALL [2667] (1638-Abt 1680)
                3. Alice ARGALL [2668] (1639-1665)
                4. Richard ARGALL [3343] (1640-1641)
                5. William ARGALL [3344] (Abt 1642-1643)
                6. Sara ARGALL [3247] (1644-1646)
                7. Mary ARGALL [3248] (1646-      )
                8. Charles ARGALL [2666] (1648-1683)
                9. Richard ARGALL [3249] (1650-1659)
                10. Samuel ARGALL [2676] (1652-1706)
                11. Sarah ARGALL [2670] (1654-      )
                12. Elizabeth ARGALL [2669] (1658-      )

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: In the VISITATION OF ESSEX (1634) was estimated to be 23 years old. Lived at Much (GREAT) Baddow in Essex.
Arrested in 1655 in connection with the Salisbury Insurrection. Eldest son of John Argall (31). Suffered in Stuart times having sacrificed his possessions for the King in the Civil War. 6 - 1st series lxxxiv 323, 325, 327; 2nd series xxxvii 293 - 297. Reference to Thomas's wife in John's Will dated 1639.
On 31 March 1649, Thomas Argall of Much Baddow, Essex, was named by the Committee for Compounding for delinquency, in being in Colchester in the last Essex insurrection (i.e. Civil War). On 1 May 1649. a Fine at 1/6 - £1415; to be reduced to £715 on his settling out of Walthamstow Recory £40 on that minister, and £30 on the minister of Low Leyton. On 11 May Trustees were appointed for the said settlement. On 13 June, An order was made that if he paid £450 before 1 September, his estate be discharged and his goods restored, he proving that his estate is as he has given it in. On 16 October Order that a letter be sent to him to pay the money. 30 Nov 1654. His name being inserted in the list of fines unpaid, and he moving that it be taken out, he has 20 days to produce his discharge by the County Committee for delinquency in June 1649. 31 Jan 1655. He produces a discharge from sequestration by the County Committee of 5 Oct 1649, as ordered. 31 Jan He is to bring a true copy of the particular on which he compunded in Essex, and if it be the same on which his fine is set, he is to be discharged, and his name taken out of the list of unpaid fines.
2 Oct 1656. The petition of Thos. Argall, and a certificate that a process was issued out of the Exchequer against his estate in Essex, although the same had been discharged from sequestration, read in Council.
Was a Justice of the Peace for Essex in 1669. ORDER BOOK EPIPHANY 1652 - MICHAELMAS 1661 - ref. Q/SO 1, includes: It is ordered by this Courte that the whole matter in difference between all the said p[ar]ties bee refferred to S[i]r Henry Appleton Barr[one]t, S[i]r Gobert Barrington kn[igh]t & Thomas Argall Esq[uire], Three of his Ma[jes]ties Justices of the Peace of this County,....

In the 1662 Hearth Tax, he is listed as the owner of 14 hearths, and living at Great Baddow.

DEATH: Death is listed in 1669 in Musgrave's Obituary.

BURIAL: Burial is recorded in Great Baddow Parish registers as 'Mer. Argall' (ie. Mr. or Master). Death is assumed to have occurred 2 days earlier.

England, Essex Parish Registers, 1538-1997:
Name:Argall
Event Type:Burial
Event Date:09 Dec 1669
Event Place: Great Baddow, Essex, England
Residence Place:
Gender:
Age:
Marital Status:
Burial Date:
Reference ID:
GS Film Number: 001471807
Digital Folder Number: 004298458
Image Number: 01220.

PROBATE: His Will (Copy held by me) is dated 19 Nov 1669.

picture Thomas ARGALL [2060]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 2060
           AFN : 

Spouses and Children
1. *Frances GEORGE [2059] (       -       ) [MRIN:912]
       Marriage: 29 Dec 1711 - St Colan, Cornwall, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 912
                 


picture
Thomas ARGALL [3421]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 
        Baptism: 
          Death: 11 Jun 1681 - Great Baddow, Essex, England
         Burial: 13 Jun 1681 - Great Baddow, Essex, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 3421
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Samuel ARGALL [2676] (1652-1706) [MRIN:1045] 
         Mother: Judith HALES [2674] (1657-1725) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Susannah UNKNOWN [3064] (       - 1688) [MRIN:1361]
       Marriage: 
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1361
                 
       Children:
                1. William ARGALL [3051] (      -1724)
                2. Thomas ARGALL [3065] (      -      )

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: Burial recorded in Great Baddow Parish Registers as THOMAS THE SONNE OF MR SAMWELL ARGALL. Death is assumed to have occurred 2 days previously.
Thomas may have been a son of Anthony Argall and possibly Catherine Chapman. I know Anthony was at Rayleigh and had at least one daughter buried there, Elizabeth. She was buried in June 1653. Prior to that he was at Rettendon, he was listed as being in a dispute in the Quarter Session Records in the year 1646.
Anthony was a name used by the Argall family in Rayleigh for at least two generations, as was the name Charles.
Thomas must have been at Rayleigh from at least 1672 as he was mentioned in the Hearth Tax returns for that year, and paid tax for 5 hearths - which must have been a considerable size of house.

picture Thomas ARGALL [1599]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1721 - Warwickshire, England
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 1599
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Thomas ARGALL [1597] (Abt 1695-      ) [MRIN:779] 
         Mother: Tabitha UNKNOWN [1598] (      -      ) 


picture
Thomas ARGALL [221]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1593 - Madron, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 16 Dec 1593 - Madron, Cornwall, England
          Death: 15 Jun 1663 - Sancreed, Cornwall, England
         Burial: 17 Jun 1663 - Sancreed, Cornwall, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 221
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: William ARGALL Jr [77] (Abt 1567-Aft 1606) [MRIN:22] 
         Mother: Agnes UNKNOWN [78] (      -      ) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Elizabeth UNKNOWN [222] (       - Bef 1617) [MRIN:137]
       Marriage: 7 Aug 1614 - Madron, Cornwall, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 137
                 
       Children:
                1. Richard ARGALL [227] (1615-1642)

2. Kathren UNKNOWN [321] (       -       ) [MRIN:138]
       Marriage: 8 Jun 1617 - Madron, Cornwall, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 138
                 
       Children:
                1. Nowell ARGALL [322] (1618-      )
                2. William ARGALL [324] (Abt 1622-      )
                3. Margaret ARGALL [323] (1625-      )
                4. Thomas ARGALL [223] (1628-      )
                5. John ARGALL [327] (1632-1701)

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION:

GENERAL NOTES: BAPTISM: Thomas Argall - England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date: 16 Dec 1593
Baptism/Christening Place: MADRON,CORNWALL,ENGLAND
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Death Date:
Name Note:
Race:
Father's Name: William Argall, Jr.
Father's Birthplace:
Father's Age:
Mother's Name:
Mother's Birthplace:
Mother's Age:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: P00169-1
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 236552
Reference Number:

MARRIAGES: First marriage: Collection: England Marriages, 1538-1973:
Groom's Name: Thomas Argall
Groom's Birth Date:
Groom's Birthplace:
Groom's Age:
Bride's Name: Elizabeth
Bride's Birth Date:
Bride's Birthplace:
Bride's Age:
Marriage Date: 07 Aug 1614
Marriage Place: Madron, Cornwall, England
Groom's Father's Name:
Groom's Mother's Name:
Bride's Father's Name:
Bride's Mother's Name:
Groom's Race:
Groom's Marital Status:
Groom's Previous Wife's Name:
Bride's Race:
Bride's Marital Status:
Bride's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I02925-3
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 254188
Reference Number: yrs 1577-1677 p 107.

Second marriage: Cornwall Marriages Transcription - Thomas Argall:
First name(s): THOMAS
Last name: ARGOLL [ARGALL]
Birth year: -
Marriage year: 1617
Marriage date: 8 Jun 1617
Parish: Madron
Place: MADRON
Groom's first name(s): Thomas
Groom's last name: ARGOLL
Bride's first name(s): Kathren
Bride's last name: -
Groom's last name (bishop's transcript): ARGALL
County: Cornwall
Country: England
Record set: Cornwall Marriages
Category: Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory: Marriages & divorces
Collections from: Great Britain.

Listed in the Cornwall Protestation Return for 1641/42 for the Parish of Sancreed:
Parish Or Reg District: Sancreed
Date: Mar 1641/42
Name: Thomas ARGOLL
Mark: M
Notes:

DEATH: Death is assumed to have occurred 2 days before burial.

BURIAL: Date: 17-Jun 1663
Parish Or Reg District: Sancreed
Name: Thomas ARGOLL
Age:
Residence:
Notes:

picture Thomas ARGALL [95]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1560 - Madron, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 
          Death: Jan 1615/16 - Madron, Cornwall, England
         Burial: 17 Jan 1615/16 - Madron, Cornwall, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 95
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: William ARGALL [1430] (Abt 1538-1604) [MRIN:29] 
         Mother: Katheren UNKNOWN [1898] (      -1605) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Joan WEYMOUTH [313] (Abt 1557 - Mar 1613) [MRIN:42]
       Marriage: 10 Aug 1578 - Madron, Cornwall, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 42
                 
       Children:
                1. Nowell ARGALL [94] (Abt 1585-1650)
                2. Joane ARGALL [537] (1598-1600)
                3. Joane ARGALL [1431] (      -1616)
                4. Phillipp ARGALL [332] (Abt 1605-1664)

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: MARRIAGE: Thomas Argall and Joan - England Marriages, 1538'96 1973:
Name: Thomas Argall
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Age:
Spouse's Name: Joan
Spouse's Birth Date:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Spouse's Age:
Event Date: 10 Aug 1578
Event Place: Madron, Cornwall, England
Father's Name: William Argall
Mother's Name:
Spouse's Father's Name: Valentynn Weynmowthe
Spouse's Mother's Name:
Race:
Marital Status:
Previous Wife's Name:
Spouse's Race:
Spouse's Marital Status:
Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I02925-3
System Origin: England-EASy
GS Film number: 254188
Reference ID: yrs 1577-1677 p 93.

BURIAL: Date: 17-Jan 1615/16
Parish Or Reg District: Madron
Name: Thomas ARGALL
Age:
Residence:
Notes:

picture Thomas ARGALL [109]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: in Little Dean, Gloucestershire, England
        Baptism: 
          Death: Aft 1641 - Woolwich, Kent, England
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 109
           AFN : 

Spouses and Children
1. *Elizabeth UNKNOWN [4509] (       - 1646) [MRIN:1146]
       Marriage: 
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1146
                 
       Children:
                1. Mary ARGALL [4929] (      -Bef 1641)

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: WILLS: Copy held by me, dated 7 March 1641. Name spelled ARGOLL. NOTES: State Papers Domestic: Charles I ccxlviii 79. 31 Oct 1633. Petition of Thomas ARGALL, clerk to his Majesty's ropeyard at Woolwich, to the Lords of the Admiralty: State Papers Domestic: Charles I cccxxi 82. 22May 1636. Petition of Thomas ARGALL, clerk to his Majesty's ropeyard at Woolwich, to Secretary Coke: "Petitioner has belonged to the Navy since 1588, and has been employed 13 years in making cordage. Since 24 June last, the East India Company have the King's ropeyard and employ their own ministers. Prays for a purser's place in one of his new ships." State Papers Domestic: Charles I cccxxxvi 72. 30 Nov 1636. Francis Sheldon to Secretary Nicholas: "His Majesty having granted to the writer and his deputy, for life, the clerkship of the prick and check of his Navy and workd at Woolwich, and the grant extending to the ropeyard and dockyard, about 12 months since he made known his interest therin to the officers of the Navy, who have since recognised his grant in all transactions, and desired that Mr Argall, formerly employed in the oversight of the works in the ropeyard, might continued, to which the writer condescended. But Argall having now a long time been confined to his chamber by a megrim in the head, and the writer fearing that if he be suddenly taken away, and the writer's interest in the place be unknown, the Lords may be moved to confer the same upon some other, he entreats Nicholas to make known the nature of his grant, so as to prevent any act to his prejudice."

picture Thomas ARGALL [1004]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 16 Jan 1868 - Moonambel, Victoria, Australia
        Baptism: 
          Death: 4 Oct 1943 - Redbank, Avoca, Victoria, Australia
         Burial: 5 Oct 1943 - Redbank Cemetery, Avoca, , Victoria, Australia
 Cause of Death: Carcinoma of the Stomach - 1 year; Cachexia - 1 year.
        User ID: 1004
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: William George ARGALL [246] (1825-1874) [MRIN:116] 
         Mother: Lavinia CROWL [1000] (Abt 1829-1917) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Grace Jean FORBES [1101] (26 Nov 1879 - 5 Jun 1938) [MRIN:536]
       Marriage: 27 Mar 1912 - Redbank, Avoca, Victoria, Australia
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 536
                 
       Children:
                1. Un-Named ARGALL [10366] (1914-1914)
                2. Lavinia Grace ARGALL [2626] (1918-1993)

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Railway Officer. Farmer and Grazier.

GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: Birth recorded in Victoria State Records. Birth date taken from the Pioneer Birth Index reference #4398.

Thomas Argall in the Australia, Birth Index, 1788-1922:
Name: Thomas Argall
Father's name: Wm Argall
Mother's name: Lavinia Crowl
Birth Place: Moonambel, Victoria
Registration Year: 1868
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 4398.

Digger - Victorian Pioneer Index (1836 -1888):
Surname: ARGALL
Given Names: Thomas
Event: Birth
Father: Wm
Mother: Lavinia CROWL
Sex:
Birth Place: MOONAM
Year: 1868
Reg Number: 4398

Listed in the Victorian Voters at the Federal Referendum in 1899. Occupation given as a Porter R.W. (Railway?).

MARRIAGE: Digger - Edwardian Index. Victoria 1902-1913:
Surname: ARGALL
Given Names: Thos
Event: Marriage
Sex:
Spouse Surname: FORBES
Spouse Gvn Names: Grace Jean
Age:
Birth Place: REDBANK
Year: 1912
Reg. Number: 1676.

Marriage Report: Yea Chronicle (Yea, Vic. : 1891 - 1920), Thursday 28 March 1912.
SA Popular Wedding. ARGALL-FORBES.
A very pretty wedding and one in which much local interest was evinced was celebrated in the local Presbyterian Church on Wednesday last. The contracting parties were Miss Grace Forbes, youngest daughter of Mr C. and the late Christina Forbes, and Mr T. Argall, fourth son of the late Mr James Argall of Avoca. The bride was one of the most popular young ladies of Yea, and in consequence of this fact the Church was uncomfortably crowded, while many had to content themselves with a brief glance at the pretty bride from the roadway. The Church was prettily decorated for the auspicious occasion, this task being carried out by members of the congre- gation of the Church of which the bride was an earnest and devout member and worker. The impressive ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Campbell Lahore. assisted by the Rev. W. Batt. The b:ide, who was given away by her brother, Mr G. Forbes. was charminigly attired in a pretty creme marquiset'e high waisted frock, the bodice being maygar style, draped with rich silk and embroidered net, and finished with pearl and silver ma- tives and orange blossom. She wore a tunic skirt trimmed with motives to correspond with bodice which was finished with long square train, embroidered with silver true lovers' knots and orange blossom. She also wore the usual wreath and veil and carried a large shower bouquet. The bride. was attended by Miss Wolfe, niece of bridegroom, and Miss Clem Drysdale cousin of bride, who wore dainty creme silk crepe frocks, mayger bodice, inlet with insertion, over bodice of piece lace; high waisted tunic ; skirt trimmed with insertion, caught at waist with cord and sash ends. Two little dots - Cris. Thompson and Jean Cox -- dressed in white silk, acted as train bearers. The bride- groom was supported by Mr J. Cliff, and Mr Fraser K. Forbes occupied the position of groomsman. The Breakfast was held in the Shire hall, which was tastefully decorated. The relatives and a few-of the intimate friends of the intimate friends of the bride and bridegroom were present to the number of 120. The Rev. W.Campbell Lahore proposed the health of the Bride and Bridegroom. He regarded Mr Argall as fortunate in obtaining so admirable a wife. He knew a good deal of her and her work in connection with the church. She was an estimable young woman and was loved by all. ([Hear. hear.). She had stuck by her brothers, who were fortunate indeed in having one such as her to remain unmarried for so long a period to tend their wants. But for that she might have gone off a good while ago. (Laughter and applause). He knew little of the bridegroom, but he impressed him as being the right sort of person to establish happiness in the home. (hear hear). The bridegroom had arrived in Yea on the same evening that he (Mr Lahore) arrived, he stayed at the same house, and in a quiet, unpretentious way, the bridegroom's affection appeared to develop for the young lady in whose home they stayed. There was little outward display to mark the love making; still it was going on all the time! (Laughter). The upshot had been that he had been brought all the way from Rochester to unite the pair, whom he now wished all health, success and prospority. Mr Lahore added that he had married altogether about 150 couples, and this one promised to turn out the happiest of them all. (Laughter and applause). He was pleased to be back among them and to see so many of his former church men and women enjoying the best of health. None of them seemed to have grown a day older, and he had none but the kindliest feelings for everyone present. (Applause). The Rev. W. Bett supported the toast. He was conscious of the bride's good qualities, more particularly owing to her labors on behalf of church work and the annual shows. He wished Mr and Mrs Argall long life and happiness and hoped "their joys would be as big as the ocean and their sorrows as light as the foam." (Applause). The toast was honored with enthusiasm. Mr Argall, who was applauded, expressed thankfulness for the manner in which the toast had been proposed and received, and for the collection of beautiful presents given his wife and himself. These exceeded all his expectations, and made him feel deeply grateful. He also felt indebted to Mrs Oliver and Mrs E. K Smith, aunts of his wife, particularly for their kindly forethought in providing the breakfast, which must have involved considerable pains. It was in every sense lovely. He had waited a long while for his wife, but she was worth waiting for. (Hear, hear). H proposed the toast of the Bridesmaids. Mr J. Cliff aeknowledge the toast. Mr J. C. Sanders J.P., proposed the health of Mrs Oliver and Mrs Smitlh. lte paid a tribute to the delightful spread whlich had been prepared by them, and said that it must have meant a great amount of work on their part. lndeed the gathering offered every inducement to those single persons to emulate Mr and Mrs Argall. If he had his way, he would tax bachelors, and even young women, who refused to marry. This was leap year, and any persons who declined two offers should be taxed. (Laughter), Mr James Oliver responded to the so toast, and the company joined in singing AuldLang Syne. Ringing cheers were given for the bride and bride- groom who afterwards--left for Melbourne by the evening train. The honeymoon will be spent at the Blue Mouutains and in Tasmantia.
In the evening a social-gathering took place in the Hall, where the guests were received by mesdames Oliver and Smith (aunts of the bride). Dancing was indulged in till 3 o'clock this morning. The dance music was supplied by Mr Boyd. During the evening vocal numbers were given by Miss Ottery, Messrs Carthlew Waddell, A. Dunn, and G. Mcleish. A recitation was also given by Miss Redmond in splendid style.


Following is a list of the presents: Bridegroom to Bride--Set of furs. Bride to Bridegroom - Gold Locket. Bridegroom to Bridesmaids - Gold bangles. Bridegroom to Tri rin-bearers- t Wishbone brooches. Father of Bridegrooim- Cheque. Mrs E K Smith-Selizsgenn Mr and Mrs J. Cox (Newant rket) 'rea set Mrs Rivers Cirter-S Iver egg-cruet and Loast rack Mr W. Oliver---.Lins?an. _.d cloth-l .Mrs J. O;iver-Sbt af ernoon tea spoons Mrs D, M'L'islh, sen--HF ndknitted quilt and bed linen. Mr J. Barker-Ink ston*I Mr and Mrs Bsrdwell--St jugs \\Mr and Mrs Clecl.tnd--Hining Limn:p M . , • (donor's name not aserr:ainable) Biscuit brirel 3Mr Jsck Redmond-Silver serviette ring Miss Redmond fruit plates and bowl Mr and Mrs ,R . Nutt, silver and ivory butter bowl Mr and Mrs E. Dinner, silver and crystal j ism dish Mr G Byrne, fruit epergne Mr and Mrs Braddish, 1 sover tubes Mrs R McKenzie, linen table cloth Mrs Stan. Purcell, sidelsoird runner' Mr J. Taylor, j m-di- . Miss C Cosgrove, trayecloth, Mrs.and Miss Bland, Ya rram, table centre, d'oyleys and cushion ' - Mrs Burgess, J. pness t-eapot, sugar basin, and milk jug, Mrs Eles, Venetian cake stand and butter dishes. Mr MI Jaimison, traycloth, Miss Hilnah McPhee: point lace traycloth, Miss Gladys Thomas, D'oyleys S, Miss Ruby Christensen, D'oyleys -Mrs Jamieson, traycloth Mr Summerland, aluminum bowls, Mr J Byrne, biscuit barrel and E. P jam dish, Mr II Thorley, biscuit lbarrel IMr E J McCristal,.biscuit IBarrel Mr and Mrs Tosh, froit dislies Mrs and- Misses Knights, butter dish and-jam dish combined . . Mr p Drysdale, nickel is wer tube Misses Johnston, set flower _vases Miss O:tery, Japanese cushion cover ?c? - MI .y,- purse?-and silver thilntile, Mrs Downey, Kobyboyn, dessert spoons, Miss Clesm id lre II Drysdale dinner knives, Miss B Myers, bread fork, Mr and Mrs Edgar Forbes, Tasmania - Cheque and silver egg cups. Mr and Mrs Thompson, Part Melbourne - Marble clock. 3JrGeo. O. Forbes--Ok tray Air Archie Forbes, Queensland Cheque Mr Fraser Forbes-Silver fruit dish, Mrs G. Forbes and family, Flower dale-Dinner cruet, joutm dish, fruit dish. Mr John Argall - Cheque. Mr and Mrs Willett--Chc,lse Mrs W. Young-Cheque liss Young-.Toilet set and pillow shams, Mr and Mrs James Argall--Ruby butter dish and sugar basin, Mrs W. Young, North Yallock Jelly dish Miss 1-11 Johnson-Ifand-worked bridal veil Miss WVolfe, Redbank - Heam stitched linen table cloth. Mr Richard Argall - Cheque. Mr and Mrs John Cliff an family -Oak biscuit barrel and silver butter dish, Mr and Mrs D.McLeish, Yea - Fruit service. Mr Duncan McLeish, Yea-Fruit dish. Mr and Mrs Oliver McLeish - Butter dish, Miss McLbish, Glenmare--H alf dozen dinner serviettes, Lady friends, Presbylerian church - Silver hot water kettle on stand and case of silver cake forks. Railtway traffiic employees of Longwood - Set of enamel kitchen utensils. Mrs Dale and family, Jainieson- Silver hot water kettle on sand, Mr and .Mrs J. Borrie, senr--Silver teapot, Mrs D. Borrie-Silver u., r owl Mrs Jas Barrie--0,k ss't liters, Mrs Byrne. Yea-Silver ifrui stand Mrs John Bett-Silver cake Ibusket, Rev W. Bett-Lilble, Mr and Mrs J. C. .Ssd,.ra-bread board, Mr and Mrs Osborne, Maroonee Ponds-Silver sugar scuttle, Mr and Mrs Waddell--lIh *:u'lery in case Mras C. lconiett, Newport.-Sliver cake basket - Mr and Mrs E. S. Purcell --Bread board Major Purcell and Mrs Purcell--Set brushes on rack. Mr and Mrs Redpathl - ,s hsow Mr and Mrs A. . Anderson.-.Afternoon teaspoons. Mr W. and Miss Annie Anderson - Fruit and flower epergqu. Mr and Mrs D, O'Callaghan.- Chippendale glass set and half dozen hand painted plates. Mr and Mrs J. W. Dunlop - Silver sduce stand, Mr and Mrs J. A. Wild--Set. of carvers, Mrs Burns, Albert Park--Fruit service - Mrs J. rrice, Albert. Park-Glass fruit dish - : Mrs aud Miss Ball--Fruit service : Mr C. and A. Ball--Fruit bowl. Mr and Jas Wright-Jirdiuicre 'Mr " Cnrthow Waddell - Copper kettle, Mr and 'Mrs Purvis-Silver cake dish, Mrs Nicholson, M?lesworth Copper kettle - Mr and Mrs Thomas - Pickle jar, Miss Harris - Photo frames, Mr W. McUonville-Silver- cruet and butter dish combined, Mr J. and Miss Purvis - Silver sugar scuttle, Mr W. Purvis-Salt cellar, Doris and Varley Wild-Badrool,. lamp, Miss D. Pleydell - Salt cellars, Miss Young -Canvas toilet set, Mr J. and A. Kelly-Orrnnbbrush 3n"I-tray, Mr and Mrs S. T. Cannon - Fruit basket. Mr and Mrs C. J. Knights and family - Bronze flower stand and jar diniere. Miss Aggie and Master HI. Ball Linen table cover. Miss Mena and Miss Pearl Thomas-Royal glass jelly dishes. Mr and Mrs Thompson, Seymour - Pillow slips. Mr and Mrs A: Drysdale, Home. wood-Tapestry table cover. Mr W. Drysdale - Set of jugs. Miss Eddie Drysdale - Japanese fruit dishes. Miss'E. Edes-Silver tray Mrs Birrell - Afternoon plates and teapot, Mr A, and Miss B.- Drysdale, Yea -Silver egg cruet - . Mrs and Miss Kelly-Silver oak mirror Miss J. Batt, junrn.-Nutcrackers in case, Mr P. M. Kerins-Shoe-born and button-hooks in case, Mr J. McCristal - Silver bread knife and fork in case. Mr W. Bain, Yarramn - Afternoon teaspoons in case. Mr and Mrs Orme Stewart - Afternoon teaspoons. Mrs and Miss Bannerman - Silver butter dish in case. Miss B. Bannerman - Pair; photo frames. Mr J. Byrne - Silver jam dish and biscuit barrel. Mr and Mrs R. P. McKean - Ruby and silver sugar bowl. Miss M. Howard - Kensington Fancy butter dish. Miss E. Smith -Ruby sugar sprink. Mr A. Duin, Cathkin - Claret Jug. Miss Jean and Lexie McLeish - Glass vases. Mr and Mrs Jas Rice - Silvcr and glass puff box. Nurse Drysdale and Murray Rice - Silver toilet set, Miss N and Miss V. Rae - Travelling rug.

Yea Chronicle (Yea, Vic. : 1891 - 1920) Thursday 4 April 1912:

In our report of the Argall-Forbes wedding social, last Tuesday, the name of Miss Jean McLeish was omitted from the list of those who contributed vocal numbers.

Thomas Argall in the Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Electoral Year: 1909
Subdistrict: Landsborough
State: Victoria
District: Grampians
Country: Australia
Residence: Redbank
Occupation: Farmer.

Thomas Argall in the Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Electoral Year: 1914
Subdistrict: Bannockburn
State: Victoria
District: Corio
Country: Australia
Residence: Wingeel Railway Station
Occupation: Stationmaster.

Thomas Argall in the Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Electoral Year: 1919
Subdistrict: Beeac
State: Victoria
District: Corangamite
Country: Australia
Residence: Beeac
Occupation: Stationmaster.

Thomas Argall in the Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Electoral Year: 1924
Subdistrict: Avoca
State: Victoria
District: Corangamite
Country: Australia
Occupation: Stationmaster.

Thomas Argall in the Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Electoral Year: 1931
Subdistrict: Brighton
State: Victoria
District: Henty
Country: Australia.
Residence: 35 Grosvenor Street, Brighton
Occupation: Nil.

Thomas Argall in the Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Electoral Year: 1936
Subdistrict: Brighton
State: Victoria
District: Henty
Country: Australia.
Residence: 35 Grosvenor Street, Brighton
Occupation: nil.

Thomas Argall in the Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Electoral Year: 1937
Subdistrict: Brighton
State: Victoria
District: Henty
Country: Australia.
Residence: 35 Grosvenor Street, Brighton
Occupation: nil.

Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 about Thomas Argall:
Name:Thomas Argall
Gender:Male
Electoral Year:1943
State:Victoria
District:Corangamite
Subdistrict:Avoca.
He was living with his daughter (Livinia) at Faraday Street, Avoca.

DEATH: Died aged 75. Death registered in the District of Avoca, State of Victoria, Australia (No 2357). Cause of death: Carcinoma of the Stomach - 1 year; Cachexia - 1 year.

Thos Argall in the Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985:
Name: Thos Argall
Birth Year: abt 1868
Age: 75
Death Place: Avoca, Victoria
Father's name: Wm Argall
Mother's name: Lavinia Crowl
Registration Year: 1943
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 21289.

Digger - Death Index. Victoria 1921-1985:
Surname: ARGALL
Given Names: Thos
Father: Argall Wm
Mother: Lavinia CROWL
Death Place: AVOCA
Age: 75
Year: 1943
Reg Number: 21289
Event: Death.

BURIAL: Burial recorded in Redbank Cemetery Records - Grave No 262.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954).
Wednesday 6 October 1943:

ARGALL.-On October 4, at Avoca Hospital, Thomas Argall. beloved husband of the late Grace Jean, and loving father of Grace (Avoca), aged 75 years.

Australia Cemetery Index, 1808-2007 about Thomas Argall:
Name: Thomas Argall
Death Age: 75
Birth Date: abt 1869
Death Date: 4 Oct 1944
Cemetery: Redbank
Cemetery Location: Redbank, Victoria.

OBITUARY: The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) - Sat 9 Oct 1943 Page 3:

Mr. Thomas Argall

Mr. Thomas Argall, 75, retired station master, has died at Avoca. He was born at Redbank. Upon
his retirement after 49 years' service in the railways, he took up grazing in the Avoca district. Mr.
Argall's wife predeceased him five years ago, and he is survived by one daughter.


picture Thomas ARGALL [1597]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1695
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 1597
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: ??? ARGALL [1613] (      -      ) [MRIN:778] 
         Mother: 

Spouses and Children
1. *Tabitha UNKNOWN [1598] (       -       ) [MRIN:779]
       Marriage: England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 779
                 
       Children:
                1. Joseph ARGALL [1602] (1719-      )
                2. Thomas ARGALL [1599] (1721-      )
                3. John ARGALL [1603] (1724-      )
                4. William ARGALL [1600] (1726-      )
                5. Richard ARGALL [1601] (1732-      )


picture
Thomas ARGALL [3945]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 11 Feb 1871 - Cronebane, Newbridge, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
        Baptism: 7 Mar 1871 - Newbridge, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
          Death: 1871 - Newbridge, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
         Burial: 1871
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 3945
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Philip ARGALL [162] (1815-1887) [MRIN:91] 
         Mother: Sarah McCULLAM [481] (Abt 1826-1906) 

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: Birth is recorded in the Irish Registration Indexes for 1871 in the Rathdrum Registration District under reference: Volume 2, Page 1088. Twin with Anne Jane (#5065). (Entry #309 of the Superintendent Registrar's District of Rathdrum, Registrar's District of Newbridge, Register). He is listed as Thomas Argall.

Thomas Argall in the Ireland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 11 Feb 1871
Birth Place: Cronebane, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Father: Phillip Argall
Mother: Sarah Mcallenn
FHL Film Number: 255812.

BAPTISM: Baptism is recorded in Wicklow Methodist Parish Registers. Address at birth (1088), Newbridge, Wicklow, Ireland. Name recorded as Thomas Argall.

Collection: Ireland Births and Baptisms, 1620-1881.

Name: Thomas
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date:
Baptism/Christening Place: 1088, CRONEBANE, NEWBRIDGE, WICK, IRE
Birth Date: 11 Feb 1871
Birthplace: Newbridge, Wick, Ire
Death Date:
Name Note:
Race:
Father's Name: Phillip Argall
Father's Birthplace:
Father's Age:
Mother's Name: Sarah Mcallenn
Mother's Birthplace:
Mother's Age:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C70144-3
System Origin: Ireland-VR
Source Film Number: 255812
Reference Number: 2:103866P.

DEATH: Death is recorded in the Irish Registration Indexes for 1871 for the Rathdrum Registration District under reference 7, Page 731. Name is recorded as Thomas Argill.

Collection: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958:

Name: Thomas Argill
Registration District: Rathdrum
Event Type: DEATHS
Registration Quarter and Year: 1871
Estimated Birth Year: 1871
Age (at Death): 0
Mother's Maiden Name:
Film Number: 101585
Volume Number: 7
Page Number: 731
Digital Folder Number: 4200217.
Image Number: 00269.

picture Thomas ARGALL [28]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1563 - East Sutton, Kent, England
        Baptism: 
          Death: 4 Mar 1603/04 - Chingford, Essex, England
         Burial: 8 Mar 1603/04 - East Sutton, Kent, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 28
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Richard ARGALL [24] (Abt 1536-1588) [MRIN:1128] 
         Mother: Joan MARTEN [994] (Abt 1533-Abt 1567) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Katherine BOCKING [2026] (Abt 1578 - Abt 1605) [MRIN:1131]
       Marriage: Abt 1595
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1131
                 

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Lawyer.

GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: He is recorded as the eldest son of Richard Argall (#24). He must, therefore have been born before his father's second marriage to Mary Scott. Thus, it is assumed his mother was Richard's first wife, Joan.

He inherited the estate at East Sutton after his father died. Birth date taken from Genealogical Society of Utah's AFN reference AFN:MJJC-NC. He had no children. Pensioner of Trinity Hall, Cambridge Easter 1582.8 Admitted to Lincoln's Inn on 6 Feb 1585 (Lincoln's Inn's Admission Register folio 132b). With his brother Reginald (#30), were witnesses to the challenge sent by Sir John Scott (155) to Lord Willoughby, in April 1590. Full Context of Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900: ARGALL, THOMAS College: TRINITY HALL Entered: Easter, 1582 Born: Died: Matric. pens. from TRINITY HALL, Easter, 1582. Probably of Kent. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 6,1584-5.

In 1605 Thomas Argall, the grandson of the said Thomas, (fn. 31) died seised of Singleborough Manor, which then passed to his brother John. (fn. 32). In 1606 John Argall and Sara his wife conveyed the manor to John Bradbury, William Prentice, William Berge, Richard Bradbury, Thomas Snowe and Henry Foskett, (fn. 33) and from that date to this the manor has been divided into six.

DEATH: Death recorded in ARMS OF THE ESSEX GENTRY. Will indicates he lived at Chinckford (sic - Chingford), Essex, with wife Katherine.

BURIAL: Collection: England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Burial Date: 08 Mar 1604
Burial Place: East Sutton, Kent, England
Death Date:
Death Place:
Age:
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Occupation:
Race:
Marital Status:
Spouse's Name:
Father's Name:
Father's Birthplace:
Mother's Name:
Mother's Birthplace:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I01717-6
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 1752236
Reference Number: 43.

PROBATE: PCC - 19 Hayes)(PROB 11/105, page 141). Will dated 10 December 1604; proved 16 March 1605 by John Argall - brother and Executor. It reads: To my wife Katherine, jewels £1,000 due to me on sundry bonds as well as in lieu of certain lands of her inheritance, sold by me for her other deserts. To my bretheren, Richard and Samuel, £50 a piece. My executors to pay Mistress BOWE of Chinkford in Essex £20 I have received from her. To my sisters, Jane and Sara at their marriage silver basen, etc., a piece. To the poor of East Sutton £10. £10 for new glasing windows in the body of the Church of East Sutton. £10 for a stone over the place where my father lies, whereto I doubt not but my mother, according to her words, will contribute for the framing of a more competent memorial of our desceased predecessors. The rest of my goods and land to my brother, John, in fee and he to be executor.
[Proved 16 Mar, 1604-5 by John A., brother & exor. Hayes., 19.]

picture Thomas ARGALL [2954]



      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 11 May 1883 - Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States
        Baptism: 15 Jun 1884 - Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States
          Death: Jun 1975 - Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
         Burial: Jun 1975
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 2954
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Arthur John ARGALL [2948] (1852-1917) [MRIN:1054] 
         Mother: Jane Reed LETCHER [2949] (1850-1933) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Damaris Shawcross WILD [5306] (14 Nov 1888 - 11 Nov 1936) [MRIN:1098]
       Marriage: 24 Jun 1908 - Rankin, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1098
                 
       Children:
                1. Un-named ARGALL [10732] (1909-1909)
                2. Thomas ARGALL [2708] (1910-1910)
                3. Dorothy Elizabeth ARGALL [2957] (1912-1999)
                4. Ethel Jane ARGALL [2958] (1916-1982)
                5. Phyllis Mary ARGALL [2959] (1920-2006)

2. Laura Jean LIBBY [5307] (26 Nov 1912 - Apr 1987) [MRIN:1971]
       Marriage: 15 Jun 1939 - Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1971
                 

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Crane Operator???, in Steel Mill. In 1920, he was a pattern maker in a Water Works.

CENSUS INFORMATION:
In the 1890 US Census of Schuylkill County, he is listed as Thomas Argall, aged 7, living at 567 Peacock Street, in Pottsville with his parents, 4 brothers and a sister. (A Directory of the eleventh census of the population of Schuylkill County : giving the names and ages of males and females).
In the 1900 US census of Shuylkill County of Pennsylvania taken on 7 June 1900, he is recorded as Thomas Argall, aged 17, born in Pennsylvania in May 1883. He is living in house number 721 in Pattsville Borough, with his parents, 3 brothers and a sister. (Supervisor's District 7, Enumeration District 191, Sheet 6A).
In the 1910 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Arghall, a Foreman in an Electrics Works aged 25 and born in Pennsylvania. He is living with his wife in Third Avenue, Rankin Borough, Allegheny, PA. He has been married for 2 years. (Supervisors District 23, Enumeration District 203, Sheet 18B).
In the 1920 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, aged 36, living in North Braddock Borough, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania with his wife and two daughters. (Supervisors District No 31A, Enumeration District 280, Sheet No 4A).
In the 1930 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, a Pattern Make in a Water Meter Works aged 46, born in Pennsylvania. He is living with his wife and 3 daughters and a nephew at 2923 Riverview Avenue, Swissvale Borough, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. (Enumeration District 2-826, Supervisors District 14, Sheet 5A).

GENERAL NOTES:
BIRTH: Birth and baptism recorded in the records of the Trinity Episcopal Church, Pottsville. Social Security: 168-01-7586.

He worked for Rockwell Co. for 54 years.

MARRIAGES: First marriage: The Pittsburgh Press reported on June 26th, 1908: He married at St Mary's Memorial Protestant Episcopal Church. The couple are listed as Thomas Argall and Demaris Smith Wild, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Wild. (This is an error - these were NOT her parents, although they hosted the Wedding breakfast).

U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Thomas Argall:
Name: Thomas Argall
County: Allegheny
State: Pennsylvania
Birth Date: 10 May 1883
Race: White
Draft Board: 12
He registered for the World War 1 draft on September 18th 1918. He is aged 35 and living at 112 Third Street, Rankin, Allegheny County. He is a Pattern Maker for thr Pittsburg Meter Co. He is of medium build and medium height with brown eyes and black hair. His next of kin is Mrs Demaris Argall (wife).
Bibliographic data Description Claims Mosaics Original document INPADOC LEGAL status
Patent number: US1363077 Publication date: 1920-12-21 Inventor: THOMAS ARGALL Applicant: PITTSBURGH METER COMPANY Classification: - international: - european: G01F15/06C Application number: US19170185781 19170811 Priority number(s): US19170185781 19170811.

Second marriage: Name: Thomas Argall
Event: Intended Marriage
Event date: 15 Jun 1939
Event place: Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
Age: 56
Estimated birth year: 1883
Father: Arthur Argall
Mother: Jane Letcher
Spouse: Laura Jean Libby
Spouse's age: 26
Spouse's estimated birth year: 1913
Spouse's father: Edward G. Libby
Spouse's mother: Annabelle Foster
Digital folder number: 4477826.

Thomas Argall in the U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989:
Name: Thomas Argall
Residence Year: 1931
Street address: 7J-J River
Residence Place: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Occupation: Employee
Publication Title: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, City Directory, 1931.

Pennsylvania County Marriages, 1885 - 1950, Thomas Argall (1939):
Name: Thomas Argall
Titles & Terms:
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 15 Jun 1939
Event Place: Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
Age:
Estimated Birth Year:
Father:
Father's Titles & Terms:
Mother:
Mother's Titles & Terms:
Spouse: Laura Jean Libby
Spouse's Titles & Terms:
Spouse's Age:
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year:
Spouse's Father:
Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms:
Spouse's Mother:
Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms:
Reference Number:
Film Number: 1984501
Digital Folder Number: 4477826
Image Number: 1298.

U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 about Thomas Argall:
Name: Thomas Argall
Birth Date: 11 May 1883
Birth Place: Pottsville, Pennsylvania, USA
Residence: Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
He registered for the World War II draft under the name Thomas Argall, aged 58, living at 7923 Riverview Avenue, Swissvale Allegheny, PA. He was born in Pottsville on May 11th, 1883. He is working for the Pittsbutgh Equitable Meter Company, Pittsburgh, PA and his next of kin is Jean Argall of the same address. He is White, 5ft 11" in height and weighs 191 lbs. He has brown eyes, gray hair and is of dark complexion. He has an abdominal scar.

DEATH: Social Security Death Index about Thomas Argall:
Name: Thomas Argall
SSN: 168-01-7586
Last Residence: 15235 Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Born: 11 May 1883
Died:Jun 1975
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951)
(Last address was his nephew's).

End

picture Thomas ARGALL [3065]

      Sex: M

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        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 3065
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Parents
         Father: Thomas ARGALL [3421] (      -1681) [MRIN:1361] 
         Mother: Susannah UNKNOWN [3064] (      -1688) 


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Thomas ARGALL [4767]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 4767
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: ? ARGALL [4768] (      -      ) [MRIN:1815] 
         Mother: 

Spouses and Children
   Mar. User ID: 
                 
       Children:
                1. William ARGALL [1430] (Abt 1538-1604)

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: Lived in Gulval in 1524. Relationship to William is assumed.

picture Thomas ARGALL [160]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 21 Oct 1819 - Goonlaze, St Agnes, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 24 Oct 1819 - St Agnes, Cornwall, England
          Death: 5 Nov 1892 - Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States
         Burial: 8 Nov 1892 - Odd Fellows Cemetery, Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, United States
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 160
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Philip ARGALL [12] (1791-1861) [MRIN:1123] 
         Mother: Mary Ann DELBRIDGE [13] (1792-1846) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Jane JEFFERY [482] (1821 - 14 Sep 1891) [MRIN:89]
       Marriage: 15 Jul 1840 - Truro, Cornwall, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 89
                 
       Children:
                1. Philip ARGALL [789] (1840-1912)
                2. Samuel Jeffery ARGALL [791] (1842-1844)
                3. Nancy Jeffery ARGALL [792] (1844-1907)
                4. Samuel Jeffery ARGALL [793] (1846-1931)
                5. John J ARGALL [5224] (1849-1882)
                6. Arthur John ARGALL [2948] (1852-1917)
                7. Mary J ARGALL [6187] (1854-1934)
                8. Sallie ARGALL [5115] (1857-1933)
                9. Agnes Jeffery ARGALL [724] (1861-1934)

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Shoemaker (Cordwainer).

CENSUS INFORMATION: In the 1841 UK Census of St Agnes, he is listed as Thomas Argall, a Shoemaker, aged 22 and born in county. He is living with his wife (#482) and son Phillip (aged 6 months) living in Peterville. (HO 107/149/1, Folio 63, Page 21). St Agnes 4-63-110.
In the 1850 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, aged 31 and a Shoemaker, born in England, living in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, PA with his wife, 3 sons and a daughter.
In the 1860 US Census of Pottsville, PA, he is listed as Thomas Argall, a Shoemaker, aged 41, born in England and living with his wife and seven children. (NW-WD POTTSVILLE BORO Series: M653 Roll: 1178).
In the 1870 US Census of Pennsylvania East he is listed as Thomas Argall, a Shoemaker aged 51, born England. He is living in Pottsville. (Census Series 593, Roll 1447, page 288): Argall, Thomas, Sex : M Race : W Age : 51 Birth place : ENGL Township : Pottsville. (Microfilm : Roll 1447, Page 288).
In the 1880 US Census, he is listed as Thomas Orgall, a Shoemaker aged 59, born in England. He is living in Sanderson Street, Pottsville, Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania, together with his wife and 2 daughters. (Supervisors District 300, Enumeration District 225, Page 17).
In the 1890 US Census of Schuylkill County, he is recorded as Thomas Argall aged 71, a Shoe maker, born in England. He is living with his wife at 306 W Arch Street, in Pottsville.

GENERAL NOTES: BAPTISM: Date: 24-Oct 1819
Parish Or Reg District: Agnes, St.
Name: Thomas ARGALL
Sex: son
Father Forename: Philip
Mother Forename: Mary Ann
Residence: Gunlaze
Father Rank Profession: Cordwainer
Notes:

MARRIAGE: Married in Truro Register Office; Thomas signed, Jane made her mark. Witnesses were Thomas's mother and Jane's father. Marriage is recorded in the GRO indexes for the Truro Registration District, for the September quarter of 1840, under reference 9. 330.

MIGRATION: Emigrated with his wife and three children to the USA in 1848. They sailed on the ROSCIUS, arriving in New York from Liverpool on 8 Jul 1848.

Thomas Argill in the New York, Passenger and Immigration Lists, 1820-1850:
Name: Thomas Argill
Arrival Date: 8 Jul 1848
Age: 30
Gender: M (Male)
Port of Arrival: New York
Port of Departure: Liverpool
Place of Origin: England
Ship: Roscius
Family Identification: 1141206
Microfilm Serial Number: M237
Microfilm Roll Number: 73.

In 1873-74 he is listed in Boyd's Pottsville Directory as a "Shoemaker" living at 215 Minersville, Pottsville, PA.
On 11th Nov 1858 he appeared before the Court of Common Pleas at Pottsville, County of Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, where he declared that he was of 40 years of age or thereabouts, and that it was his intention to become a citizen of the United States. He renounced his English citizenship before the court on 17th August 1868.

DEATH: Death is recorded as occuring at 73 Fishbach, in the MINERS' JOURNAL DEATHS.

BURIAL: Buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, located at Pottsville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. SECTION FOUR, Row #2 contains; ILLEGIBLE, shaped white upright, inscription illegible. ARGALL, Jane J., b.1821, d.1891 - mother Thomas, b.1819, d.1892 - father Philip, b.1843, d. 1912 - father ILLEGIBLE, shaped upright, name and dates illegible. ARGALL, Mary A., w/Philip, b.1847, d. 1909 - mother.

Thomas Argall:
Birth: Oct. 21, 1819
St Agnes (Carrick)
Cornwall Unitary Authority
Cornwall, England
Death: Nov. 5, 1892
Pottsville
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA

Father

Family links:
Parents:
Philip Argall (1791 - 1861)
Mary Ann Delbridge Argall (1792 - 1846)

Spouse:
Jane Jeffery Argall (1821 - 1891)

Children:
Philip Argall (1840 - 1912)*

Siblings:
Joseph Argall (1814 - 1871)
Philip Argall (1815 - 1887)
Mary Ann Argall Watts (1817 - 1888)
Thomas Argall (1819 - 1892)
Elizabeth Argall (1822 - 1829)
John Argall (1824 - 1904)
James Argall (1826 - 1899)
William Argall (1828 - 1889)
Elizabeth Argall (1831 - 1835)
Samuel Argall (1834 - 1914)
Arthur Argall (1836 - 1901)

Buried in: Odd Fellows Cemetery
Pottsville
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section 4 Row 2.

Billion graves created timestamp: 2012-12-18 06:12:56:
Name: Thomas Argall:
Event: Burial
Event date: 1892
Event place: Pottsville, , Pennsylvania, United States
Cemetery: Odd Fellows Cemetery
Birth date: 1819
Marriage date:
Death date: 1892
Cemetery latitude: 40.69635
Cemetery longitude: -76.20136
Billion graves image: id: 2753545
Billion graves created timestamp: 2012-12-18 06:12:56.

Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985 about Thomas Argall:
Name:Thomas Argall
Age: 73
Birth Date:abt 1819
Event Type:Burial
Residence: Fishback
Burial Date:8 Nov 1892
Burial Place:Pottsville, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania
Organization Name:Trinity Episcopal Church.

OBITUARY: Obituary was published on 7 and 9 November 1892.

picture Thomas ARGALL [223]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1628 - Sancreed, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 1 Nov 1628 - Sancreed, Cornwall, England
          Death: 
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 223
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Thomas ARGALL [221] (1593-1663) [MRIN:138] 
         Mother: Kathren UNKNOWN [321] (      -      ) 

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: BAPTISM: Collection: England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975:
Name: Thomas Argall
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date: 01 Nov 1628
Baptism/Christening Place: SANCREED,CORNWALL,ENGLAND
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Death Date:
Name Note:
Race:
Father's Name: Thomas Argall
Father's Birthplace:
Father's Age:
Mother's Name: Catheren
Mother's Birthplace:
Mother's Age:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C02204-2
System Origin: England-ODM
Source Film Number: 250433
Reference Number:
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picture Thomas ARGALL [3052]

      Sex: M

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          Birth: 
        Baptism: 
          Death: 1759 - Rayleigh, Essex, England
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 3052
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: William ARGALL [3051] (      -1724) [MRIN:1358] 
         Mother: [-?-] [4513] (      -Bef 1724) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Elizabeth UNKNOWN [3053] (       - Aft 1750) [MRIN:1359]
       Marriage: 
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1359
                 
       Children:
                1. William ARGALL [3059] (      -      )
                2. Charles ARGALL [3060] (      -      )
                3. Ann ARGALL [3061] (      -      )

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Carpenter.

picture Thomas ARGALL [22]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1500 - Lambeth, Surrey, England
        Baptism: 
          Death: 15 Aug 1563 - Bermondsey, London, England
         Burial: 17 Aug 1563 - Bermondsey, London, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 22
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: John ARGALL [153] (Abt 1450-Bef 1521) [MRIN:9] 
         Mother: Ermine UNKNOWN [2728] (Abt 1462-1522) 

Spouses and Children
1. UNKNOWN [3067] (       -       ) [MRIN:1363]
       Marriage: Abt 1522
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1363
                 

2. *Margaret TALLAKARNE [21] (Abt 1518 - 1592) [MRIN:8]
       Marriage: Abt 1534
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 8
                 
       Children:
                1. Richard ARGALL [24] (Abt 1536-1588)
                2. Lawrence ARGALL [2000] (1538-1585)
                3. Rev. John ARGALL [23] (Abt 1540-1606)
                4. Rowland ARGALL [2025] (1545-Aft 1602)
                5. Anne ARGALL [2001] (Abt 1547-1610)
                6. Gabriel ARGALL [2002] (1550-      )
                7. Edmund ARGALL [2612] (1552-Abt 1572)

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Lawyer (Notary Public) and Merchant in the City of London, and Registrar of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

WILLS: Dated 3 July 1558 (Glencross Index of prominent Cornish Families). Kent Archives Office (T201/11) dated 1563. 1563 PCC reference 31 Chayre (PROB 11/46, pages 237 - 238).<br>

GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: He was born at Lambeth where his parents held a house and a close on the Archbishop of Canterbury's estate. He was probably born in his parents house on this estate at Lambeth in 1500 (In a legal document dated July 1540, Thomas was recorded as forty years old (PRO SP 1/162)).

In a book published by the London Record Society 'Bedes Fraternity of St Nicholas' it mentions Thomas Argall joining in London in the year 1520.
Didn't have a long look at the book, but will return to it, but many interesting names mentioned. What was this fraternity about, i suppose it operated just like one of the many Guilds, BUT perhaps on a different level of society.

See: No. 4 RECUSANT HISTORY (ISSN 0034-1932). J. Alsop about Thomas Argall, administrator of ecclesiastical affairs in the Tudor church and state. J. Alsop - Thomas Argall. administrator of ecclesiastical affairs in the Tudor church and state. Thomas Argall was a Notary Public in the Winchester Diocese.

He began his legal career around 1521 when he entered the services of Archbishop Wareham (Lived 1450 - 1532; Archbishop of Canterbury 1503 to 1532) at Lambeth. He proved many Wills, including that of James Gosnolde of Edwardston Halle, co. Suffolk, dated 29 January 1522. Proved 6 March 1522 [3] by Thomas Argall, proctor for the executors named.
Family Documents - ref. 2ANC3: Willoughby. FILE - Last will and testament of William lord Willoughby - ref. 2ANC3/A/42 - date: 4 May, 1526. [from Scope and Content] Endorsement of collation with the register, signed by T. Argall.
He is first mentioned in Court records on 23 May 1529 in correspondence between the Bishop of Norwich and Cardinal Wolsey. He was later Secretary (Scryvenor/Clerk) to Thomas Cromwell, who in turn was Secretary to Cardinal Wolsey, Chancellor of all England; Thomas Cromwell later succeeded Wolsey as Chancellor.
Thomas Argall played an important part in the legal proceedings surrounding the annulment of the marriages of King Henry VIII. He is recorded as party to the annulment of the marriage to Anne of Cleeves, and to Katherine. He is mentioned in the Court papers starting in June 1533. FILE - Copy of Act of Parliament passed in the session 4 Nov. 1548 - 14 March 1549 (2 and 3 Edward VI) - ref. U120/T2/3 - date: 4 November 1548 - 14 March 1549 |_ [from Scope and Content] For disgavelling the lands of several Kent families, including those belonging to Thomas Argall.
1541 London Subsidy roll Farringdon Ward Within:
Thomas Argall, Regestry of the Prerogatyve (400 marks) £6 13s 4d.
He was involved in dissolving the chantries under Henry VIII and in levying fines on supporters of Wyatt's rebellion in Queen Mary's reign. He is also discussed in the LETTERS AND PAPERS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Vol. XVIII, Part I as purchasing The Rectory of CREWENNE (Crowan), in Cornwall on 29 October 1543, although the purchase was never sealed (Page 555, 38b BOOKS OF THE COURT OF AUGMENTATION).
Letter patent of Henry VIII. Licence to alienate, John Tufton and Stephen Reames to Thomas Argall of London, gent. and w. Margaret - ref. U120/T1/30/1 - date: 5 February 1546. Scope and Content: Manors of East Sutton and Densted, Chartham [as described in T1/29/2] Seal: almost whole Great Seal, poor condition, illegible and discoloured Endorsed: [(i) Sol' ix li viij s. xd. ob. pro fine )
Sol' xx s. iiij d. pro sigillo)Hales Sol' iiij s. pro ex. et irrotul') (ii) Enrolled in Exchequer, Hilary term 37 Henry VIII]
Thomas received a Royal Pardon (what for?) on 22 January 1549. Thomas, together with his father-in-law, John Tallakarne, had custody of Halden Wood and of land in Rolvynden (Kent?) on 23 May 1554. Thomas was appointed Keeper of the records of the Court of First Fruits and Tenths on 10 March 1542 and was appointed Registrar of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in February 1554. He was instrumental in reestablishing the Guild of Jesus within St Paul's Cathedral during the Marian Counter-reformation.

The manor of GREAT HORWOOD, which had been held by Alward Cilt, a thegn of King Edward, was assessed in 1086 at 10 hides among the lands of Walter Giffard. (fn. 4) The manor, as that of Great Missenden (q.v.), was afterwards parcel of that part of the honour of Giffard (fn. 5) which descended in the earldoms of Gloucester and Stafford. (fn. 6) This overlordship is mentioned last in 1402, (fn. 7) and after the grant to New College, Oxford, in 1441 the manor was held in free alms. In 1557 the reversion was granted by Queen Mary to Thomas Argall. (fn. 29). Upon his death his lands here passed to his widow Margaret, who afterwards married Sir Giles Allington, with reversion to his sons. (fn. 30).

On 23 February 1560, he licenced various Manors in Sussex and Surrey to Sir Richard Sackvill, who likewise licenced the Manors of TOLLEPYDDELL in Dorset and Wydcombe to Thomas's sons Gabriel and Edmund (Edward), and the Manors of Byrncombe and Woodbourne to his sons John and Rowland.
He was born at Lambeth where his parents held a house and a close on the Archbishop of Canterbury's estate. He seemed to have lived in London mainly and is recorded as acquiring much property during his lifetime. He bought the estate at East Sutton in Kent in 1546 from Richard Covert, and was granted (acquired) the Manor of Walthamstow Bedyk (known as Low Hall), Essex, in 1553, and was an officer of the Royal Court in 1559.
ARGALL AVENUE in Walthamstow now commemorates the Argall connection. On 17 August 1547 an Inquisition was taken at The Guildhall (17 Aug ,1 Edward VI) before Henry Hoberthorne, Knight, Mayor and Escheator, after the death of John Potkyn gentleman, by oath..... wh sayeth that: John Potkyn was seised of 1 capital messuage called the Sterre situated in ....Bredestrete (there follows a statement of the property and its income). So seised, the said John Potkyn made his Will 8 April 1843 and thereby bequeathed all the said premises to John Baker, knight, Thomas Smyth, Richard Randall, THOMAS ARGALL, Edmund Jenny, gentlemen.... to hold to them and their heirs for ever........ In 1560, he bought Walthamstow Bedyke from Ralph Sadler.
His own Will reveals other property in Ludgate (London), Essex, Buckinghamshire, Dorset, Southants (sic), Bedfordshire and Kent. In the Harlean Record of PCC Wills, he is described of "St Michaells in the Querne, St Faythes, St Martins within Ludgate, London". He is believed to be buried in the Church of St Faith in the Virgin, Bermondsey. His burial date is assumed as 2 days after his death. The Appendix to the 9th Report on the Manuscripts of the Dean and Chapter of St Paul's (A Box 9) refers to the demise by St Paul's to Thomas of their "great messuage in Ivy Lane", which is where he had house in the shadow of St Paul's, and where he almost certainly died. Thomas was married twice, and Margaret Tallakarne was his second wife. Date of birth taken from article by James Alsop in the Catholic Recusant. Date of death taken from from PRO List of PCC Will information. He was granted the right to use the ARGALL Coat of Arms in about 1554. His son Richard succeeded to the property of East Sutton in 1563.

I have "The London Encyclopaedia" which gives information on this parish and church. The church was demolished in 1256 when old St Paul's was extended eastwards, which served the people of Paternoster Row and St Paul's Churchyard. The parishioners were then given space for their church in the crypt of St Paul's Cathdral. The location is marked within the present Cathedral. But when the cathedral was rebuilt after the Great Fire, the parish of St Faith's was combined with St Augustine to become St Augustine with St Faith, Watling Street, in a church rebuilt in 1680-83 by Wren. This church was bombed in 1940 and only the tower and spire remained. It is now incorporated into St Paul's choir school.

On a map of the parishes of the City of London, St Faith's under St Paul's is shown just North of St Paul's Cathedral, but south of Newgate Street, continuing on round the East end of St Paul's - but I think all to the West of the present line of New Change.

If you look at the GENUKI London page under "Church History" and "Maps" you will find links to a number of on-line maps for different period.

Tudor P.C.C. Will Transcription by L. L. Duncan - Books 49 & 50 page 112 SIR JOHN BAKER, Will 12 January 1557:

"To the right honorable Sr. William Petre Knyght Sr. Martyne Bowes Knyght and to the ladyes theire wifs to Mr. Thos. Stanley and my good ladye and suster his wif, Thomas Argall gent and Margaret his wif to euery one one ryng of gold of 40s. to have my sowle in remembraunce in theire devoute prayers. To euery of the children of Thos. Argall 20s. Thos. Argall, gentilman to be myne executours. I late purchased of the Quenes maistye by letters patent and all those manours, lands &e. called Lambynnes-courte, Pytlesden, Litle Halden and the other messuages, lands &e. I late boughte of John Talcarne and Thos. Argall, gents and the mesuage and lands known by name of Frythe, Vklay, Herendon, Estmershe, Abbotts Marshe, Denthouse, Tylt, Wadmans, certeyn lands by me purchased of Symon Dawson being wt in my Comyngrye and of and in my messuages ".
Robert Pinkeney B.A. 1572-1636.

'Prebendaries: Beminster Prima', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 6: Salisbury diocese (1986), pp. 25-6. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=35095&strquery=argall. Date accessed: 30 January 2006:
Pres. by William Pinkeney of Rushall, Wilts., yeoman, patron hac vice by reason of gr. of next pres. made by Bp. Capon to Sir John Baker and Thomas Argall, esquire. Argall's executors, Sir Giles Allington and Margaret his wife, assigned it to John Argall, clerk, who assigned it to William Pinkeney. Robert Pinkeney instit. 24 May 1572 (D1/2/11 pt. i f. 2). Instal. by proxy 28 May (CA 15 f. 34v/p. 66). D. by 26 July 1636 (D1/2/21 f. 38v).



picture Thomas ARGALL [12494]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 
        Baptism: 
          Death: Crowan, Cornwall, England
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 12494
           AFN : 

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: Protestation Returns 1641/42:
Parish Or Reg District: Crowan
Date: Mar
Year: 1641/42
Forename: Tho
Surname: ARGOLL
Mark: M
Notes:

picture Thomas ARGALL [12408]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: Bryan ARGALL [2275] [MRIN:4215] 
         Mother: 


picture
Thomas ARGALL [7798]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: Dany ARGALL [7794] [MRIN:2634] 
         Mother: 


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Thomas A ARGALL [691]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1891 - Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
        Baptism: 
          Death: 1893 - Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia
         Burial: 1893
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 691
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Thomas A ESLICK AKA ARGALL [637] (1863-1919) [MRIN:367] 
         Mother: Matilda Annie PRINCE [686] (1857-1932) 

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: Birth registered in the NSW BMD indexes under reference 1891/2277 for Sydney District.

Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 about Thomas A Argall:
Name:Thomas A Argall
Birth Date:1891
Father's Name:Thomas Argall
Mother's name:Annie
Birth Place:New South Wales
Registration Year:1891
Registration Place:Sydney, New South Wales
Registration number:2277.

DEATH: Death is recorded in the NSW BMD indexes under reference 1893/15809 for Woollahra district.

Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 about Thomas A Argall:
Name: Thomas A Argall
Death Date: 1893
Death Place: New South Wales
Father's Name: Thomas
Mother's name: Annie
Registration Year: 1893
Registration Place: Woollahra, New South Wales
Registration Number: 15809.

picture Thomas Alonzo Antonio ARGALL [2249]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: Juan Luis ARGALL [1938] (1906-1964) [MRIN:881] 
         Mother: Amanda ARAYA (ARAYA) [4319] (      -1990) 


picture
Thomas Branwell ARGALL [1095]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 14 Jul 1824 - Penzance, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 25 Aug 1824 - Penzance St Mary, Cornwall, England
          Death: Aft 1853
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 1095
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Philip ARGALL [113] (1798-1832) [MRIN:62] 
         Mother: Jane STEPHENS [114] (Abt 1796-1870) 

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Mariner.

CENSUS INFORMATION:
Not yet found in any Censuses. In the 1841 Census he was probably on board a ship (probably the Ranges).

GENERAL NOTES: BAPTISM: Date: 25-Aug 1824
Parish Or Reg District: Penzance, St. Mary (Madron Chapelry)
Name: Thomas Branwell ARGALL
Sex: son
Father Forename: Philip
Mother Forename: Jane
Residence: Penzance
Father Rank Profession: Mariner
Notes: private.

EDUCATION: He was educated at the Greenwich Hospital School (a Seaman's Charity School) where he was awarded a Medallion in 1839 - his leaving year.

Became a Mariner:

Thomas B Argall in the UK, Apprentices Indentured in Merchant Navy, 1824-1910:
Name: Thomas B Argall
Age:15
Birth Year: abt 1824
Registration or Indenture Date: 16 Feb 1839
Vessel in which he is to serve: Ranges.
Bound to: Laurence Heywood
Place: Liverpool
Date of Enrolment of Indenture: 18 Jan 1845
Indenture expires: 16 Feb 1845

(No registered ticket entered in this register, so he must have died or didn't progress further).


He was (thought to be) still alive in 1853.

picture Thomas Charles ARGALL [1793]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 16 Nov 1883 - Ishpeming, Marquette, Michigan, United States
        Baptism: 
          Death: 21 Dec 1883 - Ishpeming, Marquette, Michigan, United States
         Burial: Dec 1883 - Ishpeming, Marquette, Michigan, United States
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 1793
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: John ARGALL [1010] (1840-1918) [MRIN:152] 
         Mother: Elizabeth Ann REYNOLDS [1015] (1845-1904) 

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: Twin brother of Record #1794.

BIRTH:

BURIAL: The burial register at Ishpeming for 1883 is blank. He was reburied in Ishpeming in 1887. His reburial is recorded in the Ishpeming Burial Register (Entry #121) as Thomas Argall, on 27th June 1887. There is a note: Removed from Old Cemetery 6-23-87.

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picture Thomas Charles Lucas ARGALL [1677]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 18 May 1862 - Treleigh, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 15 Feb 1870 - Treleigh, Cornwall, England
          Death: 16 Mar 1943 - Redruth, Cornwall, England
         Burial: 19 Mar 1943 - Redruth, Cornwall, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 1677
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: James ARGALL [707] (1813-1871) [MRIN:406] 
         Mother: Mary ROWSE [1009] (1817-1899) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Elizabeth Jane DALLY [2523] (1858 - 19 Dec 1943) [MRIN:798]
       Marriage: 28 Jun 1888 - Wendron, Cornwall, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 798
                 
       Children:
                1. William Charles ARGALL [2385] (1897-1980)

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: In 1881, Mine Labourer. In 1888, he was a Tin Dresser. On his son's marriage certificate in 1933, he is shown as an Assayer.

CENSUS INFORMATION: In the 1871 UK Census as Thomas Argall, a scholar aged 8, born in North Country, Redruth. He is living at home in with his parents, a sister and 2 brothers. (RG10/2318, Folio 29, Page 28).
In the 1881 UK Census, he is shown as Thomas Argall, a Mine Labourer aged 19, living at home in North Country, Redruth with his widowed mother. (RG11/2331, Folio 114, Page 9).
In the 1891 UK Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, aged 27 and an employed Tin Dresser, married and living with his wife at Clinton Rd, Science & Art School, Redruth. (RG12/1846, Folio 19, Page 1).
In the 1901 UK Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, aged 39, born in Redruth, and a Caretaker of a **** and Art School, living with his wife and son in Clinton Road, Redruth. (RG13/2239, Folio 77, Page 2).
In the 1911 UK Census, he is listed as Thomas Charles Argall, an Assayer and assistant Caretaker of a Mining School, aged 49 born in Redruth, Cornwall. He is living at the School of Mines, Penarth, Clinton Road, Redruth with his wife and son. He has been married for 23 years. (RG14/ Household Schedule 190).

GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: Birth is recorded in GRO Indexes for the Redruth Registration District in the June quarter of 1862 under reference 5c 277.

BAPTISM: Baptism date is recorded in Treleigh Parish records (Entry 359).
Date: 15-Feb 1870
Parish Or Reg District: Treleigh
Name: Thomas Charles ARGALE
Sex:
Father Forename: James
Mother Forename: Mary
Residence: Treleigh
Father Rank Profession: Miner
Notes:

MARRIAGE: Marriage is recorded in the GRO indexes under reference 5C 295 for the Helston Registration District for June quarter of 1888. The couple are listed as Thomas Charles Argall and Elizabeth Jane Daley (sic).

Date: 28-Jun 1888
Parish Or Reg District: Wendron
Groom Name: Thomas Charles ARGALL
Groom Age: 24
Groom Residence: Treleigh
Groom Condition: Bachelor
Groom Rank Profession: Tin dresser
Groom Signed / Marked (S/M): Signed
Groom Father Name: James
Groom Father Rank Profession: Miner
Bride Name: Elizabeth Jane DALLY
Bride Age: 26
Bride Residence: Trenear
Bride Condition: Spinster
Bride Rank Profession:
Bride Signed / Marked (S/M): Marked
Bride Father Name: John
Bride Father Rank Profession: Miner
Banns / Licence (B/L): Banns
Witness 1: John Dally
Witness 2: Sarah Ann Dally
Other Information:

DEATH: Abode at time of death was 6 Clinton Road, Redruth.
Death is recorded in the GRO indexes for the Redruth Registration District in the March quarter 1943, under reference 5c 222. He is recorded as aged 80.

BURIAL: Burial is assumed to be 3 days after death.

PROBATE: Will is dated 24 June 1932. Proved at Bodmin on 4 June 1943 by Elizabeth Jane Argall, his widow and Executrix. Estate valued at £25 17s 10d.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 about Thomas Charles Lucas Argall:
Name: Thomas Charles Lucas Argall
Probate Date: 4 Jun 1943
Death Date: 16 Mar 1943
Death Place: Cornwall, England
Registry: Bodmin:

ARGALL Thomas Charles Lucas of 6 Clinton-road Redruth Cornwall died 16 March 1943 Probate Bodmin 4 June to Elizabeth Jane Argall widow. Effects £25 17s 10d.

picture Thomas Edward ARGALL [1329]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: Alfred John ARGALL [1311] (1915-2005) [MRIN:698] 
         Mother: Madge Azalea BREWER [1315] (1912-1959) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Diane Lynn BENSON [1332] [MRIN:707]
   Mar. User ID: 707
                 
       Children:
                1. Steven James ARGALL [1339]
                2. William Thomas ARGALL [1340] (1971-2013)
                3. Angela Kristine ARGALL [1341]

2. Wendy Andrea PRATT [6706] [MRIN:4731]
   Mar. User ID: 4731
                 

3. Lois Jean WEEDEN [2504] [MRIN:708]
   Mar. User ID: 708
                 


picture
Thomas Edwards ARGALL [1396]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 27 Jan 1876 - St Stephen-In-Brannel, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 6 Aug 1876 - St Stephen-In-Brannel, Cornwall, England
          Death: 1 Nov 1877 - St Newlyn East, Cornwall, England
         Burial: 4 Nov 1877 - St Newlyn East, Cornwall, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 1396
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Martin Thomas ARGALL [230] (1850-1927) [MRIN:144] 
         Mother: Elizabeth Cundy EDWARDS [1395] (1855-1944) 

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: Birth registered in GRO indexes for the St Columb Registration Distrct, under reference 5c 138 for March quarter of 1876. St Columb was by now the registration district for East Newlyn.

BAPTISM: Baptism recorded in St Stephen Parish records:
Name: Thomas Edward Argall
Gender: Male
Baptism/Christening Date: 06 Aug 1876
Baptism/Christening Place: St. Stephens-in-Brannel, Cornwall, England
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Death Date:
Name Note:
Race:
Father's Name: Martin Thomas Argall
Father's Birthplace:
Father's Age:
Mother's Name: Elizabeth
Mother's Birthplace:
Mother's Age:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I03667-5
System Origin: England-EASy
Source Film Number: 254142
Reference Number: 473
Collection: England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975..

DEATH: Death is similarly registered in the GRO indexes for the St Columb Registration District, under reference 5c 71 for December quarter of 1877.

BURIAL: Burial recorded in St Newlyn Parish registers; death is taken from Beth Argall's records. Age at death recorded as 21 months.

Date: 04-Nov 1877
Parish Or Reg District: Newlyn East
Name: Thomas Edwards Argall
Age: 21months
Residence: Metha Row
Notes:

picture Thomas Eslick ARGALL [2468]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1908 - Paddington, New South Wales, Australia
        Baptism: 
          Death: 5 Jul 1984 - Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
         Burial: Jul 1984 - Woronora Cemetery and Crematorium, Sutherland, New South Wales, Australia
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 2468
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Arthur Frederick CARTER AKA ARGALL [2465] (1881-1953) [MRIN:998] 
         Mother: Emma Beatrice LUCAS [2466] (1878-1942) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Joanna Ada Gretchen KRUMBECK [3657] (Abt 1911 - 1990) [MRIN:1296]
       Marriage: 27 Jun 1931 - Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 1296
                 
       Children:
                1. Norman Raymond ARGALL [4460]
                2. Colleen ARGALL [9606] (      -2011)
                3. Gretchen Maxine ARGALL [7887]
                4. Frederick Paul ARGALL [9604]
                5. Geoffrey Thomas ARGALL [9616]


picture
Thomas Gregory ARGALL [896]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: David Wallace ARGALL [890] (1928-2010) [MRIN:494] 
         Mother: Joanne Louise NEWBERG [892] 

Spouses and Children
1. *Margaret STEWART [897] [MRIN:496]
   Mar. User ID: 496
                 
       Children:
                1. Robert David ARGALL [898]


picture
Thomas Henry ARGALL [242]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1805 - Madron, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 23 Feb 1805 - Madron, Cornwall, England
          Death: 18 Dec 1886 - St Newlyn East, Cornwall, England
         Burial: 21 Dec 1886 - St Newlyn East, Cornwall, England
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 242
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Philip ARGALL [50] (1770-1840) [MRIN:1143] 
         Mother: Catherine GLASSON [68] (1774-1858) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Mary ROBINS [696] (1813 - 30 Oct 1884) [MRIN:59]
       Marriage: 4 Oct 1837 - Roche, Cornwall, England
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 59
                 
       Children:
                1. Elizabeth Sutton ARGALL [1676] (1838-1840)
                2. Mary Jane Robins ARGALL [1092] (1840-1871)
                3. Elizabeth ARGALL [240] (1841-1841)
                4. Catharine ARGALL [697] (1841-1841)
                5. Mary ARGALL [703] (1843-1911)
                6. Elizabeth ARGALL [108] (1843-1911)

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Shopkeeper (Draper, then Grocer).

CENSUS INFORMATION: In the 1841 UK Census of Bodmin, he is listed as Thomas Argall, a Draper, aged 30 (rounded) and born in county. He is living in Fore Street, Bodmin with his wife, Mary and daughter Mary, aged 6 months. (HO 107/152, Folio 3, Page 11).
In the 1851 UK Census, he is listed as Thomas H Argall, a Draper and Grocer aged 45 and born in Madron. He is living with his wife and three daughters in Newlyn Churchtown. (HO107/1905, Folio 544, Page 24).
In the 1861 UK Census, he is listed as Thomas Henry Argall, a Draper & Grocer, aged 54, and born Madron. He is living in Churchtown, Newlyn East, with his wife and 3 daughters. ED 4 Sched 186. (RG9/1544, Folio 68, Page 36).
In the 1871 UK Census of Newlyn East, he is listed as Thomas Henry Argall aged 66, and born in Newlyn East (sic). He is living in Newlyn East with his wife and two unmarried daughters. (RG10/2257, Folio 65, Page 31).
In the 1881 UK Census, he is recorded as Thos Hy Argall, a retired Grocer aged 72 born in Madron. He is living in Newlyn East with his wife and twin daughters. (RG11/2298, Folio 64, Page 16).

GENERAL NOTES: BAPTISM: Date: 23-Feb 1805
Parish Or Reg District: Madron
Name: Thomas Henry ARGALL
Sex: s/o
Father Forename: Phillip, jun
Mother Forename:
Residence:
Father Rank Profession:
Notes: priv. Transcriber
Notes: at Madron.

Was a witness to Henry Argall's (#557) Will, together with William Searle (his son-in-law). He may well have worked briefly in Boston, Lincolnshire.

MARRIAGE: Marriage is recorded in the GRO indexes for the St Austell Registration District in the December quarter of 1837 under reference 9.29.

Date: 04-Oct 1837
Parish Or Reg District: Roche
Groom Name: Thomas Henry ARGALL
Groom Age: full age
Groom Residence: Roche
Groom Condition: bachelor
Groom Rank Profession: draper
Groom Signed / Marked (S/M): S
Groom Father Name: Philip
Groom Father Rank Profession: farmer
Bride Name: Mary ROBINS
Bride Age: full age
Bride Residence: Roche
Bride Condition: spinster
Bride Rank Profession:
Bride Signed / Marked (S/M): S
Bride Father Name: John
Bride Father Rank Profession: yeoman
Banns / Licence (B/L):
Witness 1: John Robins
Witness 2: Gertrude Robins.

From the WEST BRITON Newspaper dated OCTOBER 6, 1837: At Roche, on Wednesday last, by the Rev. Charles Lyne, T. Argall, Esq., of Boston, Lincolnshire (sic), to Mary, eldest daughter of J. Robins, Esq. of the former place. The reference to Boston, Lincolnshire is clearly a mistake; Boston is probably a mis-reading of Bodmin!

UK, City and County Directories, 1766 - 1946 (BETA) about T H Argall:
Name:T H Argall
Street Address: Alverton St Draper
Publication Title:1839 Robson's Directory
County:Cornwall
Country:England
Publication Year:1839.

From the WEST BRITON Newspaper dated 11 December, 1840: At Penzance, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. Argall, draper, of twins ? a son and a daughter.

Listed in the 1856 Edition of Kelly's Directory of Cornwall as a Shopkeeper living in Churchtown, Newlyn East. He is also listed as an Agent for Star Life Insurance, and the Manchester Insurance Companies.

T Argall in the UK, City and County Directories, 1766 - 1946:
Name: T Argall
Occupation: H.
Cccupation; Shopkeeper
Publication Title: 1856 Post Office Directory
Residence: Churchtown, Newlyn East. Grampound
County: Cornwall
Country: England
Publication Year: 1856.

In Kelly's Directory of Cornwall in 1873, he is listed as an Insurance Agent living in Churchtown, Newlyn.

By 1881 Thomas Argall had retired, aged 72, and handed over his business to another Martin Argall - his third cousin.

London Gazette dated 20 October 1840:

This is to give notice, that by an indenture of assignment, JL bearing date tbe 15th day of October 1840, Thomas Henry Argall. of Penzance, in the county of Cornwall, Linen-
Draper, Conveyed and assigned all his estate and effects whatsoever to William Jones, of Friday-street, in the city of London, Warehouseman, and John Swinf.ird Basset."of Woodstreet, in the said city of London, Warehouseman, upon trust,for the benefit of all the creditors of the said Thomas Henry Argall who should execute the said deed ; mid that the said deed was duly executed by the said Thomas Henry Argall on
the said 15th day of October 1840; and that the execution thereof by the. said Thomas Henry Argnll w,ts witnessed by Richard Edmonds, of Penzance aforesaid, Solicitor, and
William Joseph Littlie, of Devonport, in the county of Devon,Solicitor ; and which said deed was also executed by the said William Jones nnd John Swinford Basset on the 17th day of
October 1840, which executions were severally and respectively witnessed by William Charles Sole, of No. 68, Aldermanbury, in the said city of London, .Solicitor.


DEATH: Death is recorded in GRO indexes for the St Columb Registration District for the December quarter of 1886, under reference 5c 84. He is listed as Thomas Henry Argall, aged 76 (sic).

BURIAL: Thomas probably died in Newlyn East, but he is not in the Parish Cemetery; he may be buried in the Methodist cemetery.

picture Thomas Henry ARGALL [853]



      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 27 Feb 1860 - St Austell, Cornwall, England
        Baptism: 
          Death: 7 May 1944 - Trois Riviéres, Québec, Canada
         Burial: May 1944 - , Québec, Canada
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 853
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: John ARGALL [196] (1824-1904) [MRIN:118] 
         Mother: Sophia SLEEMAN [483] (1826-1908) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Marie-Anna BEAULIEU [859] (23 Jan 1906 - 6 Jan 1999) [MRIN:479]
       Marriage: 28 Oct 1925 - Pointe Du Lac, St-Maurice, Quebec, Canada
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 479
                 
       Children:
                1. Joseph Louis Thomas ARGALL [874] (1926-1996)
                2. Joseph Albert ARGALL [872] (1928-1996)
                3. Joseph Henry ARGALL [873] (1930-1981)

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Engineer and Businessman in the mining of Iron Oxide (for gas purification).

CENSUS INFORMATION: In the 1861 UK Census of St Austell, he is listed as HENRY ARGALL, aged 1, born in St Austell, living in St Austell with his parents, two brothers a sister and an uncle. (RG9/1548, Folio 83, Page 31).
In the 1871 UK Census, he is recorded as Thomas Argall, a scholar aged 11, and born in St Austell, Cornwall. He is living in Adderbury, Oxfordshire, with his parents, 2 younger brothers, 2 younger and one elder sisters. (Reference RG10/1460, Folio 57, Page 5).
In the 1881 UK Census he is recorded as Thomas H Argall, aged 21 and born in St Austle (sic), Cornwall. He is living in Kings Sutton, Brackley, Northamptonshire, boarding with William Carvell and working as an Engine Turner. (RG11/1532, Folio 19, Page 16).
In the 1891 Canadian Census, he is listed as Thomas Argall, a mining engineer aged 31 and born in England. He is living in St Antoine Ward of Montreal, Quebec, with his parents, a brother and 3 sisters. He is Church of England? by religion. (District 172 of Montreal West, Sub-district St Antoine Ward Division No 5, Page 81, Province of Quebec).
In the 1901 Canadian Census: ARGALL Thom, aged 41, 1901 born outside of Canada. [1901 Census of Canada: Province of Quebec National Archives of Canada, Ottawa: Reel No. T6548, District 198 - Trois-Rivières & St. Maurice, Sub-District B01, page 09]. He is living with his parents, sister, niece and nephew in Trois-Riviéres.
In the 1911 Canadian Census, he is listed as Tho H Argall, Head of Household, aged 40 (born in Mar 1871 in Cornwall, England) He is living with his sister (Lucie) and a neice, in Champlain Township, Champlain County, Quebec. (Sub-district 7, Page 16, Line 3).
In the 1921 Canadian Census, he is listed as Thomas Henry Argall, an Automobile Garage (proprietor) aged 60 and born in England. He is living at 35 Detonnane Court, Trois Rivieres Township, Quebec, with his sister, Lucy Jane Argall He immigrated in 1882. (Quebec province, District 209 T R St Maurice, Enumeration Sub-District 22).

GENERAL NOTES: BIRTH: Birth is recorded in the GRO indexes for the St Austell Registration District in the June quarter of 1860, under reference 5c 143. He is listed as Thomas Henry Argall

BAPTISM:

MIGRATION: He first emigrated with with his brother, Frederick, and his father to Canada in 1882.

Ingeneas database records:
Name:Thomas H. ARGALL,
Age: 23,
Year: 1882
Description: LIST OF PASSENGERS: aboard the vessel PARISIAN,
Port of arrival: Arrived at the port of HALIFAX, Nova Scotia.
Record: National Archives of Canada, Microfilm Reel No. C-4511, page 2.

Canada Passenger Lists, 1881-1922 - Thomas H Argall:

Name: Thomas H Argall
Event Type: Immigration
Event Date: Jan 1882
Event Place: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Gender:Male
Age: 23
Birth Year (Estimated): 1859
Birthplace: England
Ship Name: Parisian
Affiliate Publication Number:
Affiliate Film Number: C-4511
Digital Folder Number: 004539162
Image Number: 00250.

Thomas H. Argall in the Canadian Immigrant Records, Part One:
Name: Thomas H . Argall
Year of Record: 1882
Source/Event: Ship's Passenger Lists: Arrivals at the Port of Halifax
Comments: Arrived on the 'Parisian' 2
Age: 23
Reference: National Archives of Canada, Microfilm Reel No. C-4511, page 2.

Almanach des adresses Cherrier de la Ville de Québec… jusqu'au mois de juin 1886: "PINCOMBE & ARGALL, - Richard Pincombe & Thomas H Argall - fabricants de peintures, Paints & Colors manufacturers, Islands of Orleans".

Thomas H Argall in the Quebec, Canada, Notarial Records, 1626-1935:
Name: Thomas H Argall
Record Date: 6 juin 1895 (6 Jun 1895)
Record Place: Trois-Rivières, Québec (Quebec), Canada
Notary: Guillet, Pierre-Octave
Notarial Act Number: 5107
Record Type: Autres (Other)
Record Description: Contimation
Participants: Names:L John Argall and Ths H Argall.

Together with his brother, Frederick, he was a member of the West End Temperance Society, in Montreal. (Lovell's Montreal Directory).

MARRIAGE: Married his 19 yr old Secretary at the age of 65. He seems to have married her twice; once in New York State, and once in Quebec.

Thomas H Argall in the New York, County Marriages, 1847-1849; 1907-1936:

Name: Thomas H Argall
Gender: Male
Age: 60
Birth Date: abt 1865
Marriage Date: 21 Oct 1925
Marriage Place: Clinton, New York, USA
Father: John Argall
Mother: Sophia Sleeman
Spouse: Marie Anna Beauleau
Film Number: 000863410.

Marriage is also recorded in Pointe-du-Lac: La-Visitation, B/M/S (1738-1980). 422 pages.

Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 about Thomas Henry Argall:
Name: Thomas Henry Argall
Spouse: Marie Anna Beaulieu
[Marie Anna Beaulien]
Event: Mariage (Marriage)
Marriage Year: 1925
Marriage Location: Trois-Rivières, Québec (Quebec)
Place of Worship or Institution: Immaculée-Conception, cathédrale l`Assomption.

Was an Anglican Protestant but converted to Catholicism on his marriage. Had a reputation as a good man who loved to help poor people; he lost a fortune in philanthropic works but left enough money to look after his family.

Canada, Voters Lists, 1935-1980 about Toms Argall:
Name:Toms Argall
Location:Trois-Rivières, Québec
Occupation:Industrie!, Polnte-du-Lac
Electoral District:Trois-Rivières
Year:1940.

Canada, Voters Lists, 1935-1980 about Tom Argall:
Name:Tom Argall
Location:Trois-Rivières, Québec
Occupation:Industrlel
Electoral District:Trois-Rivières
Year:1940.

DEATH:

picture Thomas James ARGALL [2434]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 16 Aug 1883 - Stamford Hill, Middlesex, England
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 2434
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Thomas JAMES [3750] (1846-1929) [MRIN:166] 
         Mother: Rosa ARGALL [279] (1857-1909) 

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION:

CENSUS INFORMATION: In the 1891 UK Census of London, he is recorded as Thomas James, aged 7 born in Hackney and living at 71 Amhurst Park, Stamford Hill, Hackney, with his parents, two brothers and a half-brother and a domestic servant. (RG12/183, Folio 13, Page 20).

GENERAL NOTES: Illegitimate, although the father eventually married the mother and surname could have been changed back to JAMES.

BIRTH: Born in Hackney. Birth is registered in GRO Indexes for the Hackney Registration District, under reference 1b 467 for December quarter of 1883. Name is recorded as Thomas James ARGALL.

picture Thomas John ARGALL [8835]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 8835
           AFN : 

Spouses and Children
1. *Elizabeth UNKNOWN [8836] (       -       ) [MRIN:3050]
       Marriage: 
         Status: 
   Mar. User ID: 3050
                 
       Children:
                1. Elizabeth ARGALL [8834] (1849-      )

Notes
General:
OCCUPATION: Solicitor.

GENERAL NOTES:
Of Conduit Street, Westminster

picture Thomas Martin ARGALL [1122]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 5 May 1861 - Newcastle, Ontario, Canada
        Baptism: 
          Death: 1 Mar 1864 - Newcastle, Ontario, Canada
         Burial: Mar 1864 - Newcastle, Ontario, Canada
 Cause of Death: 
        User ID: 1122
           AFN : 

Parents
         Father: Henry Martin ARGALL [555] (1832-1916) [MRIN:314] 
         Mother: Anne CORNISH [1113] (1840-1915) 

Notes
General:
GENERAL NOTES: DEATH: Monumental inscription in St George's Church, Newcastle reads: Thos. Martin/died Mar 1 1864/ aged 2 yrs 9mo's/ & 25 days/ also Mary Jane F./died July 17, 1860/aged 1 yr & 10 ds/ Children of/ Henry Martin & Anne Argall/ oh yes, so promising and bright/ We thought not of approaching night/ But soon our prospects clouded o'er/ And now to us they are no more.

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