Reverend Thomas Scales

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Thomas Scales

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Leeds, Yorkshire, England
Death: Died in Yorkshire, England
Cause of death: Probate effects under £1500
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Scales and Frances Scales
Husband of Christiana Scales
Father of Henry Christian Scales; Alfred Scales; Robert Scales and William Scales
Brother of Martha Scales; Robert Scales and Jane Ackney

Occupation: Pastor Queens Street Chapel
Managed by: Private User
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About Reverend Thomas Scales

Rev. Thomas Scales

(1786-1860)

Identified as one of the people in the portrait (based on National Portrait Gallery description) The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840 by Benjamin Robert Haydon. For an image map showing the location of each person in the painting, see en:Template:Anti-Slavery Society Convention 1840. -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Anti-Slavery_Society_Convention_1840

Thomas Scales was listed in the 1841 Census, York Place, Leeds,

  • Thomas Scales independent minister age 50,
  • Christiana age 50,
  • Robert age 20,
  • Henry age 20, schoolmaster,
  • William, age 15.

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Reverend Thomas Scales's Timeline

1786
December 16, 1786
Yorkshire, England
1813
December 24, 1813
Age 27
1820
1820
Age 33
Staffordshire, England
1821
1821
Age 34
England
1826
1826
Age 39
Yorkshire, England
1860
June 14, 1860
Age 73
Yorkshire, England