T. A. Wilson

Death of A Lifebrigadesman

We regret to record the death of Mr T. A. Wilson, a prominent member of the South Shields Volunteer Life Brigade. Deceased died on Monody evening, after a week’s indisposition. Mr Wilson had been an untiring member of the brigade from its first establishment, and was much esteemed by the whole of the members. His untiring zeal and devotion to duty, in the self-imposed position of "ships’ husband and steward” to his fellow workers, won for him authority and respect. He was upwards of sixty years of age.

Source: Shields Daily Gazette 4 January 1882

Shields Volunteer Life Brigade

 MEMBERS wishing to attend the FUNERAL of the late Mr T. A. WILSON are respectfully informed that it will take place (FRIDAY), at 1 o'clock p.m. from Albert Terrace.

S. MALCOLM, Hon. Sec.

Source: Shields Daily Gazette 5 January 1882

Yesterday, the remains of the late Mr T. A. Wilson were interred in Westoe Cemetery. The funeral, although of private character, was attended by several members of the South Shields Volunteer Life Brigade, of which the deceased was a well-known and energetic member.

Source: Shields Daily Gazette 7 January 1882