1800 - 20th Apr 1868
Son of Thomas Wilson (1760-1829, of 6 Warnford Court, of Thomas Wilson & Co., left £120,000) and cousin of Fletcher Wilson (q.v.) and Ambrose Moore (q.v.)
One of the '3 Ws' collapsing in 1847-8.
T70/880 Grenada claim no. 614 (Grand Roy Estate).
William D. Rubinstein, Who were the rich? A biographical dictionary of British wealth-holders Volume One 1809-1839 (London, Social Affairs Unit, 2009) reference 1829/28 for Thomas Wilson.
Louisa Eleonora Stephenson
Martha (1829-), Charles Rivers (1831-), Alice (1834-), Fanny (1835-), Florence (1837-), Herny (1843-), Eleanora (1844-)
£2,810 13S 3D
South Yorkshire Coal Canal and Railway 
1. Director of Alliance British and Foreign Fire and Life Assurance Society 1853...
Thomas Wilson & Co.
North American merchant
Ambrose Moore, Melvil Wilson and Fletcher Wilson are identified as the partners of Thomas Wilson & Co. (one of the '3 Ws' in the crisis of the late 1830s), Dorfman p. 140...
16 Montague Square, London, Middlesex, London, England