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Practical treatise on the prevention and cure of the venereal desease
by Thomas #M Caton, book published 1811
1841 census source HO107; Piece 732; Book: 11; Folio: 5; Page: 2; place St George Hanover Square; Belgrave District: 35; dwelling No.8 North side, Lower Belgrave, Pimlico Thos M Caton 55 ind N Eliza Caton 40 Ywhere is dau mary are there 2 thomas M Catons
1851 census source HO107; Piece: 1646; Folio: 281; Page: 28 place Brighton the palace district 11 Dwelling 39 Regency square, schedule 70 Thomas M Caton head M 72 Medical general practicianer certified Welwyn Herts Eliza Caton wife M 53 Westminster middx Mary W Caton dau 15 Scotland Harriett Packer vist 42 landed proprietor Canterbury kent Maria Saunders ser 23 Mary A Cole ser 22Thomas wrote his will in 1853 see A2A
I Thomas Mott Caton now or late of No.39 Regency Square Brighton in the county of Sussex do by this my last will and Testiment Give devise and bequeath all Estates Prperty and Effects of every kind and description thereof I may be possed or wherein to I may be entitled either in possesion remainder or expertaury at the time of my decease Unto my dear wife Elizabeth jane Caton her hiers executors and administrators absolutly And i appoint her my said dear wife sole Executrix of this my Will As with my hand this twenty seventh day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty three. Thomas mott Caton signed by the Testator Thomas Mott Caton in the presence of us who being present at the same time have in his presence signed our names as witnesses. Mary E J Skynner, Spinster, 2 Richmond Place Brighton Katherine Sophia Skynner, spinster, 2 Richmond Place Brighton Proved at London 14 May 1853 before the Worshipfull Recievor Thomas Pratt Doctor of Law and Surrogate by Oath of Elizabeth jane Caton widow the relect the sole Executrix to whom Admon was granted having been first sworn duly to Administer.
|Probate, 9th January 1866/
The Will of Elizabeth jane Caton formerly of 39 Regency Square but late of 30 Montpelier Road both in Brighton in the county of Sussex, Widow deceased, who died 16 December 1865 at 30 Montpelier Road aforesaid,
Was Proved at the Principle Registry by Oaths of William henry Skynner of 7 Cavendish Place Cavendish Square in the County of Middlesex Esquire the nephew and Eleanor Skynner of 7 Cavendish place aforesaid and Katherine sophia Skynner of Brighton aforesaid Spinster the Nieces the Executors.
Effects under £3000.
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