Thomas Kippax King

KING, Thomas Kippax (1829-1896) — London

Lithographer and draughtsman. Produced Louis-Édouard Bouët-Willaumez, Westkust van Afrika 1848 (with John George Kelly); Distance map of England and Wales 1854 (with William James Kelly) — both for the Quarter Master General’s Office.

A son of Berkeley King (see BME 2011) and his wife Mary Mackintosh, born 23 Feb 1829 and baptised at St. Pancras 29 Jul 1829. He followed his father in working for the Quarter Master General’s Office, acting as a senior clerk at the War Office in later life, in the Commander-in-Chief’s office. He married Mary Henrietta Woods (d.1874), the daughter of an army officer, at Parsonstown in Ireland 17 Oct 1866. As a widower in 1881 he was living in Surbiton with a sister-in-law and five young daughters. He died 13 Feb 1896 at Newton Abbot, Devon, and was buried 18 Feb 1896. His effects were valued at £2,476.14s.5d.

4 Rochester Road, Kentish Town (home) — 1851
Linden Villa, Cadogan Road, Surbiton (home) — 1866-1871
Priors Lane, Surbiton (home) — 1881
Temple House, Ewell Road, Surbiton (home) — 1880-1889
The Knowle, Knowle Hill, Newton Abbot (home) — 1891
St. Brendan’s, Knowle Hill, Newton Abbot (home) — 1896

BNA. Census 1841-1891. COPAC. Tooley. Wallis & Robinson.

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