1851/1852 census shows him as being 1 on his next birthday, and born in Fitzroy.
Listed in 1881 census in Ontario (Fitzroy, Carleton) as an Irish farmer. His last name is spelled Story, and he is listed as being born in 1852.
His marriage registration shows him being a Yeoman in Fitzroy at the time of his marriage to Martha Jane. Witnesses to the wedding were James Latimer and William McGinley, both of Fitzroy. They were married by Reverend Alex Mann.
He, Martha Jane, and all 6 sons were living in the same household in the 1891 census for Smith’s Falls, Ontario (census taken April 21, 1891).
A family tree from one of the Hunt’s in California has Thomas and Martha Jane having 6 kids: George Edwin,Hampton,Allen,Gordon, Herbert and Bert.
1901 census shows the family living in Lisgar, Manitoba. Living at the house were: Thos B, Martha, Geo E., Hamton (Hampton), Gordon, Allen, Hubert, Hubert. It should be noted that for this census, the last name was spelled with the ‘E’, while in the 1911 it is not.
In the 1906 census for Lisgar, Manitoba, Thomas, Martha, and two sons Herbert and Hubert (shown as Allen and Bert) are living in the same house, as well as Ellen Jane Hunt (nee Latimer), Martha’s widowed mother.
1911 census has him being born Aug. 1850, and Story is still spelled without an E. At this time, only Herbert and Hubert are still at home. Martha’s mother Ellen Jane is also living with them (after her husband Robert Hunt died).
Thomas is listed under his full name (Thomas Boyle Storey) in the 1916 census for the Lisgar district in Manitoba. This census was taken in June of 1916.
There is a death record in the Manitoba Vital Statistics showing a Thomas Storey, born Aug. 17, 1850, who died Dec. 17, 1934 in Thompson.