NameThomas BINGHAM Jr.
Christen4 Aug 1588, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England [360]
Burial12 Feb 1648/9, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England [360]
OccupationMaster Cutter
FatherThomas BINGHAM Sr. (1555-1597)
MotherMaria LONGLEY (1560-1593)
Other spousesAnne Mary FENTON
Marriage6 May 1618, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England [360]
SpouseElizabeth Woodhouse
Burial28 Apr 1631, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England [360]
1 MThomas Bingham
Christen22 Sep 1619, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England [360]
Burial2 Sep 1621, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England [360]
Notes for Thomas BINGHAM Jr.
Thomas was a cutler (knife maker) in Sheffield. His own mark, a capital TB written together as a merged letter, was assigned to him in 1614 when he was 26. (He was admitted as master cutter 21 Dec 1614). Probably “The Master Cutter” of Sheffield in 1624.[ [619]] Tradition, according to the original Bingham genealogy, says he died on the way to America, but research for the 1996 revision found his burial record in Sheffield in 1648/9. He left six young children, six months to 16. His wife raised them alone, but most did not survive. She took her son Thomas to New England about 1659.[ [620]]
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