Around the same time as Charles started as working as a costermonger, he moved his family once more. Leaving Marylebone for Latimer Road, Hammersmith (now part of Notting Hill, Kensington). Thus, in 1851, Thomas can be found living with his parents at 3 Hatfield Terrace. Aged 22, he had followed in his father’s footsteps and was working as a ‘general dealer’. Interestingly, he is the only son of Charles’ to consistently work as a street-seller. Perhaps he had a gift for the gab that his siblings simply didn’t inherit? Or maybe Thomas, born on a Monday was ‘fair of face’ and it helped improve his sales!?