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Johnson, Thomas (1806–?)

Thomas Johnson (1806- )

  • he was born on 29 January 1806. His baptism on 30 March 1806 was registered at St Philips Church, Sydney as Thomas Inton.
  • he is possibly the Thomas Johnston recorded in 1822 as being aged 17, working/living at the Asylum.
  • in 1825 a Thomas Johnson, born in the colony, and living in Sydney is listed as blind.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Invill, Thomas
  • Envill, Thomas
  • Inton, Thomas

29 January, 1806
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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