1910 Thomas Mutton & Son, Butcher Billhead, Truro, Cornwall, England
#879 Thomas Mutton Genealogy, Cornwall
Printed on this original antique advertising billhead: "T. Mutton & Son: Established over 60 years. Bot. of T. Mutton & Son, High Class Butchers & Graziers. Purveyors of Super Quality English Meat, Up to Date refrigerators on the Premises, Victoria Square, Truro. Deliveries to all parts daily. Personal Supervision. Phone 2028." On reverse, a handwritten note, "David M." and next line appears to read "Widdleman & Pollard" which is handwritten in old period pencil.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Thomas Mutton 1862–1915 born in Kenwyn, Cornwall, died in Truro, Cornwall.
His parents: Thomas Mutton 1833–1881 and Susan Ann Dingle Mutton 1838–1925
Henrietta Mutton 1858–1926
William John Dingle Mutton 1860–1931
Charles Mutton 1863–1896
Fanny Mutton 1865–1943
Richard Henry Mutton 1869–1947
Nicholas Mutton 1872–1949
Edwin Mutton 1876–1958
Phillipa Cordelia Mutton 1878–1961
Katie Mutton born 1879
His wife: Bessie Mutton born 1861.
Florence Mary Mutton Martin 1887–1984 (also seen as Florie Mutton) married Herbert H Martin, who died in 1984.
Edwin Mutton 1891–1973 (also seen as Edy Mutton in census) married Phyllis Margaret Preedy Mutton 1897–1983 and their son was Thomas Edwin Frank Mutton 1920–2005.
Thomas Mutton in the 1911 England Census
Age in 1911: 49
Estimated birth year: abt 1862
Relation to Head: Head
Birth Place: Kenwyn, Cornwall, England
Street address: 15 Victoria Place, Truro
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 23
Estimated Marriage Year: 1888
Occupation: Master Butcher
Registration district: Truro
Household Members: Name Age
Thomas Mutton 49
Bessie Mutton 50
Florie Mutton 23
Edy Mutton 20 their son, occupation is also a master butcher
Eliza Reynolds 86
This is a beautiful and small old early advertising billhead for this Cornish butcher company with the wonderful and appropriate surname of mutton. It shows a great circa 1910 scene of the Mutton Butcher shop in Victoria Square, Truro. Cornwall. It was found in Topsham, Exeter, Devon, England.
Size: 4.25 x 6 inches
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