Thomas Hyde Fentiman, Esq. was born 1756 in London, England, United Kingdom to William Fentiman (c1709-1796) and Sarah Hyde (c1714-1783) and died 1818 Newington, Surrey, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Ann Loat 29 January 1795 in Southwark, London, England. He married Mary Loat 1816 . He married Ann Usher (1775-1871) .
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In 1795 Thomas married Ann Loat. This may be the same woman as Ann Usher (1769-1871), by whom he had an illegitemate daughter Patience Usher (1805-1873). He was named as the father in a poor law investigation during 1805.
In 1804, Thomas Fentiman, gent. of Southwark was to be Cornet with the Southwark Yeoman Cavalry. (*)
In October 1805 Thomas Fentiman and Lancelot Loat mutually dissolved their partnership.
In 1813 Thomas Fentiman, Esq. became Paymaster of the Cavalry Staff Corps. (*)
In 1816 Thomas married Mary Loat, probably a relative of his first wife and also of his niece's husband, Lancelot Loat (c1770-1840) who was his business partner until 1805.
Thomas left his home in Rotherhithe to his nephew Thomas Fentiman (1778-1826) who lived in the West Indies as an ordnance shopkeeper. (*) may refer to this nephew.
|Offspring of Thomas Hyde Fentiman, Esq. and Ann Usher (1775-1871)|
|Patience Usher (1805-1873)||20 March 1805 Clapham, Surrey, England, United Kingdom||6 November 1873 Battersea, Surrey, England, United Kingdom||William Aris (1802-1867)|