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  1. Thomas Cubitt. For the British general, see Thomas Cubitt (British Army officer). Thomas Cubitt (25 February 1788 – 20 December 1855) was a British master builder, notable for his employment in developing many of the historic streets and squares of London, especially in Belgravia, Pimlico and Bloomsbury.

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  2. Thomas Cubitt was baptised 25th February 1788 at St Andrew’s Church, Buxton, a little village near Norwich, Norfolk. His parents Jonathan Cubitt (descended from yeoman farmers) and Agnes nee Scarlet(t) had other children, the eldest being Mary Agnes (later Cuthell) baptised at Buxton on 7th July 1786, as was her younger sister Sarah on 30th August 1789.

  3. 1857 Obituary . Thomas Cubitt was born at Buxton, near Norwich, on the 25th February, 1788. In early life he worked as a journeyman carpenter, and with a view to improve his circumstances, he made one voyage to India, as a ship-carpenter. With the savings he then made, he, on his return to London, commenced business a

  4. 19/02/2020 · Thomas Cubitt (1788–1855), born Buxton, Norfolk, was the leading master builder in London in the second quarter of the 19th century, and also carried out several projects in other parts of England. The son of a Norfolk carpenter, he journeyed to India as ship’s carpenter from which he earned sufficient funds to start his own building firm ...

  5. Thomas Cubitt by William Fawke (1955). [Click on thumbnail for larger image.] Thomas Cubitt (1788-1855) was born in Norfolk, as the son of a carpenter. He too trained as a carpenter, taking his first voyage to India as a ship's carpenter, and earning enough money from it to enable him to set up business in Holborn on his return.

  6. thomas cubitt’s wife This picture of Mary Anne Cubitt came from Sudeley Castle, when it was the property of Mary Anne’s great great grandson, Henry, 4th Lord Ashcombe. It was identified as a result of deduction by Mark Cortino of Illinois, USA, who now owns it and by whose kind permission it is reproduced here (Find a Grave)

  7. The Thomas Cubitt Pub in Belgravia is named after one of London’s most famous master builders and has earned itself a name as a local institution. Our pub is located on Elizabeth Street and only a short walk from Victoria Station, Sloane Square Station and Pimlico station.

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