Tabanus: In order to compare with his brother:
1807: Thomas Inglis Hampton b. 4 May 1807 baptized 22 Oct 1807 in Calcutta, Bengal. Father: Samuel (India, Select Births and Baptisms) (orig. not seen). This date is used in four different family trees. Two convincing trees have Samuel Hampton 1767-1828 and mother = Ann Isabella 1775-1854. And now I found this: http://www.ciaofamiglia.com/ehfburt...
1833: Thomas Inglis Hampton of St. James, Westminster, Esquire & batchelor married 1 September to Elizabeth Saunders Osborne (Church of England Marriages and Banns)
1841 census, All Souls and Trinity, Marylebone, Middlesex: Thomas Hampton, 30, Sect of ----, Elizabeth, 25, Claudine, 5, Isabella, 3
1851 census, Cavendish square St Marylebone Middlesex: Thomas Hampton, 43, born in Bengal Calcutta, Secty Military & County Club, E. S. Hampton, Wife, 35, Claudine, 14, Isabella, 12, Evelyn, 1
1861 census, St. James Square Westminster Middlesex: Thomas I. Hampton, 50, born in Bengal Calcutta, House proprietor, Elizabeth S., 40, Wife, born in Limerick Ireland, Claudine M., 22, b. in London, Evelyn, 11
1871 census, St James Westminster: Thos. Hampton, 60, b. in Calcutta, Re---- Gent., E. S. Hampton, 50, b. in Limerick, Evelyn, 19
1875: <25. August. The Will of Thomas Inglis Hampton late of 20 King-street St. James in the County of Middlesex Gentleman who died 13 June 1875 at Dover in the County of Kent was proved at the Principal Registry by Elizabeth Saunders Hampton of Worcester Park in the Counrty of Surrey Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.>
He is usually referred to in the newspaper reports as Hampton, the secretary of St. George's Chess Club, T. Hampton, T. J. Hampton, or T. I. Hampton. Whereas his brother is mostly referred to as W. Hampton, William Hampton (once, in The Era, 4 May 1862), or J. W. Hampton (on at least two occasions).