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Thomas Colmer

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Thomas Colmer (abt 1794 - 1 Feb 1857) was a freeholder at Bassett Green, and entitled to vote in 1835[1]. He was employed as a woodman on the Fleming Estate at Stoneham and Chilworth[2]. He played the clarionet during services at North Stoneham Church[3]. He died on 1 Feb 1857, aged 65. He was buried at North Stoneham Church on 10 Feb. After his death, his cottage at Bassett Green was purchased by the Fleming Estate[4]. A copy of his will was held by the Fleming Estate in Bundle 2[5].


  1. List of eligible voters at North Stoneham, 1835
  2. Table of Weekly Labour, 16 Feb 1853
  3. In Memoriam Thomas Heath, 1903
  4. Conveyance of house and land at Bastards Lane End, 1860
  5. Probate copy will of Thomas Colmer of Bassett Lane End, woodman, 1853
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