Birth: 22 January 1808
Place or Registered Place of Birth: Madron, Cornwall
Baptism: 13 May 1808
Place of Baptism: Madron, Cornwall
Death: 31 July 1887 - Aged 79
Place or Registered Place of Death: Lanwithan, Lostwithiel, Cornwall
Date of Burial: 5 August 1887
Place of Burial: Gulval Church, Penzance, Cornwall
Father: Thomas Bolitho (1765-1858)
Mother: Maria Harris (1781-1853)
Spouse(s): Elizabeth Robins
Date of Marriage: 10 July 1838
Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Liskeard, Cornwall
Elizabeth Robins Bolitho (1839-)
Thomas Robins Bolitho (1839-)
Otho G. Bolitho (1843-)
John Borlase Bolitho (1846-1876)
Mary Bolitho (1849-)
Maria Caroline Bolitho (1850-1933)
Emily Octavia Bolitho (1851-)
Thomas Simon Bolitho purchased Trengwainton House in 1866 and became a magistrate by 1870. Thomas was a merchant and a banker.
The London Gazette - 1861
The Prince of Wales's Council Chamber
Buckingham Gate, November 11, 1861'
The names of those who have been nominated by the Council of His Royal Highness the Prince
of Wales to serve the office of Sheriff of the county of Cornwall :
Thomas Simon Bolitho, of Penalvern, Esq.
The Bankers' Magazine, Volume 3 -
Penzance And St. Ives.—Bolithos, Sons, & Co. Thomas Bolitho, Coombe, Chyandour, Merchant. William Bolitho, Chyandour, Merchant. Richard Foster Bolitho, Penzance, Merchant. Edward Bolitho, Penzance, Merchant. Thomas Simon Bolitho, Penalvern, Merchant.
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser, 4 Aug. 1887
Bolitho – At Lanwithan, Lostwithiel, the residence of his son-in-law, Richard Foster, Esq., July 31, Thomas Simon Bolitho, of Trengwainton, Penzance, born 22nd January, 1808. The funeral will take place at Gulval Church, at 3.30, on Friday.
West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser, 1 Aug. 1887
We learn with profound regret of the death of Mr. Thomas Simon Bolitho,
of Trengwainton, Penzance, banker, merchant, and landowner. Mr. Bolitho had been staying with his son-in-law, Mr. Richard Foster, at Lanwithan, Lostwithiel, and attended service yesterday morning at St. Nectar's chapel-of-ease. In the evening he took a short walk, but soon after his return to Lanwithan, at seven o'clock, he was taken seriously ill. Dr. Row was summoned, and he was soon in attendance, but his services were of no avail, and Mr. Bolitho expired in the course of a few minutes. By Mr. Bolitho's death the county has lost one of its pillars. He was, with out exception, the most able man of which Cornwall could boast, and his advice was invariably sought in time of difficulty. He was full of information with regard to the various interests of the county. And we know not where to look for the man who can adequately fill the breach which his sudden decease has created. Mr. Bolitho was born in 1808, and was, therefore, 79 years.
Alverton Street, Madron, Penzance West Ward, Cornwall
Thomas S. Bolitho - Head - Married - 43 - Alderman, Banker (Private Form) & General Merchant - Madron, Cornwall
Elizabeth Bolitho - Wife - 40 - 1811 - Liskeard, Cornwall
Elizabeth R. Bolitho - Daughter - 12 - 1839 - Scholar - Penzance, Cornwall
Thomas R. Bolitho - Son - 10 - 1841 - Scholar - Penzance, Cornwall
Otho G. Bolitho - Son - 7 - 1844 - Scholar - Penzance, Cornwall
John B. Bolitho - Son - 6 - 1845 - Scholar - Penzance, Cornwall
Mary Bolitho - Daughter - 2 - 1849 - Penzance, Cornwall
Maria C. Bolitho - Daughter - 6 Months - Penzance, Cornwall
Penalvern, Alverton Terrace, Madron, Penzance, Cornwall
Thomas S. Bolitho - Head - Married - 53 - 1808 - Deputy Superintendent of the County, Tin Smelter - Madron, Cornwall
Elizabeth Bolitho - Wife - 49 - 1812 - Liskeard, Cornwall
Thomas R. Bolitho - Son - Unmarried - 20 - Undergraduate at Oxford - Penzance, Cornwall
John B. Bolitho - Son - 15 - 1846 - Scholar - Penzance, Cornwall
Mary Bolitho - Daughter - 12 - 1849 - Scholar - Penzance, Cornwall
Maria C. Bolitho - Daughter - 10 - 1851 - Scholar - Penzance, Cornwall
Emily O. Bolitho - Daughter - 9 - 1852 - Scholar - Penzance, Cornwall
Thomas Bolitho was the son of Thomas Bolitho and Catherine Johns. Thomas was born at Madron in Cornwall on 24 December 1765. He died at Gulval, Cornwall on 11 January 1858.
Maria Harris, the daughter of Samuel Harris, was born in the parish of Beer-Ferris in Devon about 1781. She died at Gulval on 8 November 1853 and is buried at the Gulval churchyard.
Thomas Bolitho and Maria Harris were married in the parish of Beer-Ferris in Devon on 25 January 1802.
Coombe House, Madron, Cornwall
Thomas Bolitho - Head - Married - 85 - 1766 - Banker and General Merchant - Madron, Cornwall
Maria Bolitho - Wife - 70 - 1781 - Beeralston, Devonshire
William Bolitho - Son - Unmarried - 35 - 1816 - Banker and General Merchant - Madron, Cornwall
Emily Bolitho - Daughter - 33 - 1818 - Madron, Cornwall
The children of Thomas Bolitho and Maria Harris were:
Mary Bolitho (1803-)
Edward Bolitho (1805-)
Elizabeth Trevylan Bolitho (1806-)
Thomas Simon Bolitho (1808-1887)
Maria Harris Bolitho (1810-)
Frances Bolitho (1813-)
William Bolitho (1815-)
Emily Borlase Bolitho (1817-)
Catherine Anne Bolitho (1822-)
Thomas Simon Bolitho