Thomas Pinkett junior

1790 - ????

Claimant or beneficiary


London lawyer, trustee for Major John Babington Nolan (q.v.) and his wife Elizabeth Hartley.

  1. In 1851 Thomas Pinkett aged 61 'Retired Solicitor' born Lambeth was living at Harbledown Lodge, Harbledown, Kent with his wife Elizabeth and two children aged 22 and 21 born Lambeth. He put Harbledown Lodge, near Canterbury' 'recently erected', up for sale in 1852. He was probably but not certainly the Thomas Pinkett then of 52 Chepstow Villas who died in 1877 leaving £7000: this man's age at burial was given as 87 in Q1 1877 at Kensington.

  2. The will of Thomas Pinkett Gentleman of [Moore Place] Lambeth Surrey proved 24/08/1839 is the will of Thomas Pinkett senior, the father of this man and also apparently a lawyer. In the will he left other property to his son Edward and Charles, but left his chambers at Essex Court and in Grays Inn Lane to his son Thomas, as well as £50 to his son Thomas' partner Frederick Davies.


T71/891 Tobago No. 47; Thomas Pinkett jun. was presumably the recipient of the Commissioners' letter of 05/12/1835 to Messrs Pinkett & Davis 3 Essex Court Temple, T71/1593 p. 3.

  1. 1851 census online;, Thomas Pinkett in the England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837-1915 [database online]; London Morning Post Newspaper Archives May 22 1852; National Probate Calendar 1877.

  2. PROB 11/1915/246.

We are grateful for the help of Sean Creighton with this entry.


Further Information

Elizabeth; William H.; Frances G.

Associated Claims (1)

£1,361 16s 6d
Awardee (Trustee)

Relationships (2)

Trustee → Beneficiary of Trust
Trustee → Beneficiary of Trust

Addresses (2)

Harbledown Lodge, Canterbury, Kent, South-east England, England
Middle Temple, City of London, Middlesex, London, England