MILLS, Thomas - Extra Data


(member of BAILIE's Party)


Death Notice (Cape Archives) says he was born in St.Luke's, Middlesex, son of Thomas and Henrietta MILLS


London Metropolitan Archives


Thomas son of Thomas MILLS and Henrietta baptised 27th October 1799 in St.Luke, Finsbury (born September 26)


Thomas MILLS and Henrietta WAINWRIGHT were married in St.George, Bloomsbury by banns on 19 March 1797

Thomas MILLS (signed)

Henrietta WAINWRIGHT (her mark)

Witnesses: Jos'h MILLS and Mary POTTS


"Bailie's Partty of 1820 Settlers" by M.D.Nash


He was the son of Thomas MILLS, corn chandler of New Road, St.George's East, London, and was one of a small party that proposed to emigrate under the leadership of Joseph OLDHAM but was subsequently absorbed by BAILIE's Party.


See correspondence of Joseph OLDHAM