Noted events in his life were:
1. Census, 30 Mar 1851, Layer DE La Haye, Essex, England, United Kingdom. 1 This census shows Thomas Gentry as the father-in-law of Joseph Appleby, in whose house he was living at the time.
2. Census, 1861, Layer DE La Haye, Essex, England, United Kingdom. 2 This census shows Thomas Gentry as a lodger and pauper in the house of Joseph Appleby.
1 British Crown, 1851 British census for Layer de la Haye (Public Record Office Reference H.O. 107/1789, folio 370). Surety: 3
2 British Crown, 1861 British Census, England, Essex, Layer de la Haye (Public Record Office Registration District 9, folio 1104). Surety: 3
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