Rev. Thomas Streatfeild MA FSA1
M, #375, b. 5 JAN 1777, d. 17 MAY 1848
|Birth*||5 JAN 1777 ||Rev. Thomas Streatfeild MA FSA was born on 5 JAN 1777 at Bassishaw, City of London, London, England.1 |
|Baptism||26 JAN 1777 ||He was baptized on 26 JAN 1777 at St Michael Bassishaw, City of London, London, England.2 |
|Marriage*||8 OCT 1800 ||He married Harriet Champion on 8 OCT 1800 at Long Ditton, Surrey, England.3 |
|Marriage*||30 SEP 1823 ||Rev. Thomas Streatfeild MA FSA married Clara Harvey on 30 SEP 1823 at South Bersted, Sussex, England; 2nd marriage, as Clara Woodgate.4 |
|Death*||17 MAY 1848 ||Rev. Thomas Streatfeild MA FSA died on 17 MAY 1848 at Charts Edge Mansion, Westerham, Kent, England, aged 71.1,5 |
|Burial*||24 MAY 1848 ||He was buried on 24 MAY 1848 at St Mary's Church, Chiddingstone, Kent, England.6 |
|AWArd*||1799 ||He was awarded 'BA' in 1799 at Oriel College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.3 |
|Note*||1825 ||About this time Rev. Thomas Streatfeild MA FSA became Curate of St Mary which is a few miles N of Westerham in 1825 at Tatsfield, Kent, England.3 |
|Occupation*||30 MAR 1841 ||The occupation of Rev. Thomas Streatfeild MA FSA was 'Clergyman.7' |
|Residence*||30 MAR 1841 ||He and Clara Harvey lived at Charts Edge House, Westerham, Kent, England, together with Clemence Elizabeth Streatfeild, Harvey Sandeforth Streatfeild, John Fremlyn Streatfeild and Barbara Ellen Streatfeild.8 |
- [S54] From web site , http://theweald.org
- [S76] London Births & Baptisms.
- [S54] From web site , Dictionary of National Biography; record for Thomas Streatfeild.
- [S54] From web site , http://theweald.org witnesses Thomas Harvey, Amelia Sparkes, Robert Streatfeild.
- [S17] England & Wales BMD indices, death, Sevenoaks, Kent, Apr-Jul 848, vol 5 331.
- [S96] Newspapers, Obituary: 'The Gentleman's Magazine, July 1848, p. 101, which reads in part: The body of Mr. Streatfeild was interred on Wednesday, the 24th of May, at Chiddingstone, having been carried thither a distance of about nine miles, by twenty-four poor men, who bore it eight at a time. This was by his own order, and each had a cloak, gloves, and ten shillings in money. His monument, with an inscription by himself, had been for many years in his library, packed in a wooden case. He had previously placed in Chiddingstone church a very handsome monument (of foreign workmanship) to his first wife and his deceased children, the inscription on which is printed in Greenwood's Epitome of County History, for Kent.'
- [S25] Extracted from the 1841 census.
- [S25] Extracted from the 1841 census, note Charts Head House built to the Rev. Thomas' design.