26 Jul 1837 - 10 May 1921
Father: Thomas Shoobridge
- OCCUPATION: Professional Accountant
- BIRTH: 26 Jul 1837, London, England
- DEATH: 10 May 1921
Mother: Jane Pym
: Maria Rachel de Jersey
- MARRIAGE: 10 May 1859, Adelaide, Australia
: Rosa Leonor Barton
- William de Jersey Shoobridge
- MARRIAGE: 17 Feb 1874, St. John's Church, Buenos Aires
- +Theodora Jane Shoobridge
- +Irene Harriet Shoobridge
- +Charles Rupert Hutchinson Shoobridge
- +Corina Leonie Shoobridge
- +Amalia InÚs Barton Shoobridge
- +Stanley Albert Shoobridge
_Thomas Shoobridge __|
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|_Jane Pym ___________|
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Tom Shoobridge (b. 1837) was a professional accountant, he worked for the London Bank in Argentina. He also was the British vice-consul in Tucuman, Argentina. He lived in Adelaide, Australia during the years 1853 and 1861.
Tom got married twice. In Australia, he got married to Marie Rachel De Jersey (.. -10-1835 / 10-04-1860) on May 10, 1859. Marie passed away when giving birth to their first son William De Jersey Shoobridge, who died 8 months later.
Tom returned to England in 1861, where he stayed till 1864. On August 15, 1864 he sailed to Argentina from Southampton. Tom had a very active life:
1864-1870: Bahia Blanca, Argentina
1870- Dic. 1898: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jan. 1899 - 1916: Bahia Blanca, Argentina
1916-1921: Rosario, Argentina
During his stay in Argentina, Tom Shoobridge and a group of partners, founded the company called Bagley S.A. Tom was in charged of the financial accounts of the company. This company is still operative nowadays. Bagley S.A. was acquired in 1994 by the DANONE group. The French corporation acquired Bagley S.A. for $122.40m US Dollar. Now, this Group has become a leading producer of cookies in South America (n░ 1 on the Argentine and Brazilian markets),with the Bagley's and Danone brands. Argentina is Latin America's second largest biscuit market, with annual sales at over 300,000 tones. Argentina's domestic biscuit manufacturers, Bagley, Terrabussi (Nabisco) and Canale supply about 70% of the biscuit market.
In Argentina, Tom married Ms. Rosa Leonor Barton (28-02-1853 / 21-09-1898) on February 17, 1874. They had six children, all born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
All Tom's descendants stayed in Argentina, it was Charles Rupert Hutchinson the only one who decided to leave the country, he went to Peru.
Source: Gonzalo Eduardo Shoobridge
Witnessses: Alfred Barton, Alice Shoobridge, Elena Sofia Horney, Alice Henderson, Robt. A. Martin, Ernest Barton Francis Smith