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||1841 census (indexed as HUNTLEY by Ancestry): in North Kelsey, Lincs (all HUNSLEY), Richard (35, farmer), Elizabeth (30), Thomas (10), Jane (9), Elizabeth (8) and Mary (5). Also a female servant Sarah LIDGERD (20).|
1851 census: in North Kelsey, Lincs (all HUNSLEY), Richard (49, farmer 67 acres, 1 labourer, born Hibaldstow), Elizabeth (43, born Binbrook, Lincs), Thomas (21, born Hibaldstow), Mary (15, born N Kelsey), William (10, scholar, born N Kelsey), Agnes (4, scholar, born N Kelsey), Sarah (1, born N Kelsey). Also John WILSON (40, farm servant) and Jane FRANKISH (16, house servant).
1861 census: in North Kelsey, Lincs (all HUNSLEY), Richard (59, farmer 70 acres, born Hibaldstow), Elizabeth (53, born Binbrook, Lincs), William (18, farmer's son, born N Kelsey), Agnes (13, scholar, born N Kelsey). Also Thomas TOMLINE (18, carter) and Mary OTTER (19, dairy maid).
1871 census: at 4 Church Lane, Waltham, Lincs (both HUNSLEY), Richard (69, retired farmer, born Hibaldstow) and Elizabeth (63, born Binbrook, Lincs).
1881 census: in Church Road, Waltham, Lincs (both HUNSLEY), Richard (79, retired farmer, born Hibaldstow) and Elizabeth (72, born Binbrook, Lincs). Also a deomestic servan Leinea FRITH (15).
|HUNSLEY, Richard (I1421)
||1841 census (indexed as LOADER and recorded as such), (all LOADER, all born Dorset), William (55, grinder), Hanner (45), Ann (20), Isabler (18), William (14), John (12), George (10), Elizabeth (8), Marther (6), Eliza (4) and Susey (2).|
1851 census: in Stour Street, Stour Provost, Dorset, (all LODDER), William (69, grinder, born Stour Provost), Hannah (62, born Buckhorn Weston, Dorset), William (24, labourer, born Stour Provost), John (22, labourer, born Stour Provost), Elizabeth (18, glover, born Stour Provost), Eliza (14, scholar, born Stour Provost), Lucy (12, scholar, born Stour Provost) and Mary Ann (3, scholar, born Stour Provost).
|LODDER, William (I386)
||1841 census (indexed as MINKE by ancestry.com): in Church End, Paglesham, Essex, George (50, shopkeeper), Elizabeth (50), Thomas (12) and Rebecca (10), Also a number of children with the surname MILLS: Willm (20), Mary (15), Jane (14), Henry (11) and James (7). These were probably Elizabeth's children from her previous marriage - when George and Elizabeth married in 1840 George was a widower and Elizabeth was a widow. It's possible that the James MILLS whose death was registered in Q3 1838 at Rochford (12/130 or 150) was Elizabeth's first husband. The children listed in the 1841 census were probably from that first marriage, which would explain why the marriage of daughter Jane was registered under the name of MILLS not Minter.|
July 2012: two family trees on Ancestry have Elizabeth as Elizabeth SINDALL and her marriage in 1811 to James MILLS. Both trees include a list of 7 children. I haven't checked this information but have imported it as is.
The fact that George was married to someone else before marrying Elizabeth in 1840, explains how the two children shown in 1841 with the surname MINTER were born between 1829 and 1831. No trace of a first marriage has been found on the IGI (but see note of July 2012 below). A Susan Minter's death was registered in Rochford in Q4 1837 (12/124).
October 2009: it looks as if there was at least one other child from George's first marriage, Sarah, who when she married in 1851 gave her father as George Minter, licenced victualler. See Sarah's record for details, including an 1851 census record that gave a Sarah, aged 24, born Rochford, Essex.
There may also have been another child, William Minter, who along with Rebecca Minter witnessed Sarah's marriage, but no other details are known.
July 2012: examination at SEAX of the Rochford parish registers has made the situation a lot clearer, although not completely. George's first wife was evidently Susanna TUTTLEBY - they married at St Andews, Rochford on 2 March 1813. In the years following they had 10 children.
It's also fairly obvious from the parish register that although George lived in Paglesham, he originated in Rochford, the son of Edward Minter. All records that in July 2012 appeared in the "Paglesham family" have been moved to the "Rochford family".
Appeared in the 1845 Kelly's Post Office Directory of the six home counties as George Minter, 'Punchbowl' and grocer, Paglesham, Rochford.
1851 census: now a widow, Elizabeth (60) lived at the White Horse Inn with her daughter Jane ROBINSON (23) and her husband James ROBINSON (23, victualler). They had a lodger, James Kirby (59).
1861 census (indexed as MINTA by ancestry.com): aged 71, an invalid, Elizabeth still lived with her daughter at her son-in-law's grocer's shop in Paglesham.
1871 census: Elizabeth (80) was still with her daughter and son-in-law, now a carpenter in Church End, Paglesham. James's niece Sarah J THREADGOLD (23, unmarried, shop woman) was also there.
http://pubcensus.co.uk/essexpubs/Paglesham/puncbowl.aspx has the following from various directories, showing the owners/tenants of the Punch Bowl Inn, Paglesham:
1851/Mrs. Elizabeth Minter/Grocer/../../Post Office
1852/Mrs. E. Minter/../../../Kelly's
Another website (http://www.historyhouse.co.uk/placeP/essexp01b.html) reports from Whites Directory of 1848 that there was another Minter in business in Paglesham, James Minter, shopkeeper. It's not know who he was, possibly he was Elizabeth (Mills)'s son (see 1841 census).
Buried at Rochford, aged 57, of Paglesham.
|Minter, George (I1)
||1841 census (indexed as MUNTON by Ancestry): in Great Horkesley Joseph (60, labourer), Ruth (60) and Jas. MUNSON (25, carpenter). Elizabeth DIXON (40) and Harriett Dixon (12) appear to be in the same house.|
1851 census (indexed as MAMON by Ancestry): in Great Horkesley, Joseph (head, mar. 70, agric labourer, born Great Horkesley) and Elizabeth DIXON (visitor, unmarried, 52, born Great Horkesley).
1861 census: in Boxted, Essex, Joseph (head, wid. 81, ag lab, born Great Horkesley) and Elizabeth DIXON (servant, unmarried, 50 (sic), born Great Horkesley).
Joseph died in 1864 and was buried, aged 85, in Boxted.
|MUNSON, Joseph (I3182)
||1841 census (possibly refers): in Tavern Street, St Mary at the Tower, Ipswich, Suffolk, George WAYLING (20, draper).|
1851 census: in Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, Geo WAYLING (widower, 30, surgeon dentist, born Sudbourne, Suffolk) with a housekeeper.
1861 census: in Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds St Mary, Suffolk, George WAYLING (39, surgeon dentist MCDE, born Sudbourne, Suffolk), Annie WAYLING (29, born Clare, Suffolk), Sidney WAYLING (7, born Bury St Edmunds) and George WAYLING (4, born Bury St Edmunds). Plus a general servant.
1871 census: at 85 Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds St Mary, Suffolk, George WAYLING (48, surgeon dentist, born Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (sic)), Anna WAYLING (41, born Clare, Suffolk) and Sidney WAYLING (17, scholar, born Bury St Edmunds). Plus a servant.
1881 census: not found.
1891 census: at 28 Churchgate Street, Bury St Edmunds St Mary, Suffolk, George Chaplin WAYLING (age unreadable, surgeon dentist registered, born Sudbury, Suffolk (sic)) and Annie WAYLING (59, born Clare, Suffolk).
1901 & 1911 censuses (George having died in 1893), Ann was living with her son Sidney (qv)
|WAYLING, George Chaplin (I274)
||1841 census (probably refers): in St John Ilketshall, Suffolk, Robert (45, farmer), Susannah (45), Robert (21), John (18), Susannah (22), Ann (19) and Elizabeth (16).|
1851 census: in Reydon, Suffolk, Robert (widower, 56, farmer of 400 acres employing 11 men, born Wrentham, Suffolk) and Elizabeth (daughter, 24, born Cove Hithe, Suffolk).
|CHILVERS, Robert (I293)
||1841 census (probably refers): in Surry Street, St Clement Danes, London, Richard CHRISTIAN (30, merchant) and Charles CHRISTIAN (20, merchant). Neither born in Middlesex.|
1851 census Charles (married, 33, clerk, born Deal) was a lodger in Cornwall Terrace, Lee, Kent, with Jane Cridland (widow, 33, lodging house keeper, born Plymouth, Devon) - Charles' future wife.
Unless there were two Charles Ladd CHRISTIANs, it would appear that Charles married for the first time in Q2 1843 in the Wirral District. Of the 4 possible spouses, Elizabeth ASPINALL is the most likely but what became of her isn't known.
I've been unable to find a marriage between Charles and Jane. Jane therefore appears in these records as Jane CRIDLAND.
1861 census: at 23 Ravensbourne Park, Lewisham St Mary, Kent, Charles L (43, railway contractors accountant, born Dover, Kent), Jane (43, born Plymouth, Devon), John R L CRIDLAND (stepson, 23, railway contractors accountant, born Exeter, Devon), Charles H CRIDLAND (stepson, 16, born London) and Richard CHRISTIAN (son, 6, born Lewisham).
The CRIDLAND boys were registered:
John Richard Leonard Q1 1838 Exeter 10/103.
Charles Herbert Q2 1845 Newington 4/339.
The identity of Jane's first husband hasn't been established.
1871 census: Charles and Jane not found.
Richard CHRISTIAN (16, born Lewisham) was a pupil at school in Harrow, Middlesex.
1881 census: at Norfolk Lodge, Dancers Hill, South Mimms, Middlesex, Charles L (63, secretary, born Deal, Kent), Jane (63, born Plymouth, Devon) and Richard (26, student at law, born Lewisham, Kent).
1891 census: at Beauchamps, Hollington, Sussex, Charles (72, living on own means, born Deal, Kent) and Jane (72, born Plymouth, Devon).
1901 census: at Beauchamps, Hollington, Sussex, Chas L (83, living on own means, born Deal, Kent) and Jane (83, born Plymouth, Devon). Also Marie J CRIDLAND (granddaughter, single, 33, living on own means, born Modine(?), Savoi, France (British Subject).
1911 census: at Beauchamps, Hollington, Sussex (25 rooms), Charles Ladd (head, 93, private means, born Deal, Kent) and Jane (wife, 95, married 58 years, 2 children both dead, born Plymouth, Devon). Also 3 visitors and 5 servants. Two of the visitors were Maria Catherine COPE (52, born Blackheath, Kent) and her husband George Cope COPE (55, barrister, born Parkstone, Dorset). Maria was Charles and Jane's son Richard's wife until he died in 1895: Maria remarried in 1906.
Form signed pp C L Christian
|CHRISTIAN, Charles Ladd (I410)
||1841 census (probably refers): in Surry Street, St Clement Danes, London, Richard CHRISTIAN (30, merchant) and Charles CHRISTIAN (20, merchant). Neither born in Middlesex.|
1851 census: at 18 Church Row, St Mary Newington, London, Richard (41, colonial dealer, born Deal, Kent), Charlotte Elizabeth (40, born London), Richard May (6, born Lambeth, Surrey) and Charlotte E (4, born Middlesex).
1861 census: at 18 Church Row, St Mary Newington, London, Richard (51, colonial dealer, born Deal, Kent), Charlotte E (48, born Chelsea, London), Richard M (16, born Newington, Surrey) and Charlotte E (14, born Starfair, N Wales).
1871 census: in Anerley Road, Penge, Surrey, Richard (61, colonial dealer, born Deal, Kent), Charlotte E (60, born Chelsea, London), Richard M (26, born Surrey) and Charlotte (24, born Starfair, Anglesea).
1881 census: in Anerley Road, Penge, Surrey, Richard (71, merchant, born Deal, Kent), Charlotte E (75, born Chelsea, London), Richard M (36, merchant, born Newington Buffs), Charlotte E (24, born Anglesea, N Wales) and George (brother, widower, 69, born Deal, Kent).
1891 census: Richard had died; his widow lived with their son Richard M - see his record.
|CHRISTIAN, Richard (I411)
||1841 census (probably relates to this Hannah): in Lexden Street, Lexden, Essex, Hannah NEVARD (19, female servant) with Simon MUNSON (33, publican) and family. Next entry is for Sarah MUNSON (60, independent). ||NEVARD, Hannah (I2975)
||1841 census (probably relates): in Boxted, James (20, ag lab), Harriett (20), James (2) and John (1). ||TAYLOR, James (I1705)
||1841 census (probably): in Newnham, Kent (all SILLS), Thomas (35, carpenter), Eliza (25), Charlotte (6) and Susannah (2).|
Thomas died in 1848 (per Neil Alderman, from Peter Spain's tree, registration not found).
1851 census: in Water Lane, Ospringe, Kent (all SILLS), Eliza (head, widow, 36, carpenter's widow, born Eastling), Susannah (12, born Newnham) and Mary (4, born Canterbury). Daughter Charlotte (15, born Eastling) was a house servant at Buckwell, Boughton Aluph, Kent.
|SILLS, Thomas (I4980)
||1841 census has Richard Nash, 35, miller, living in St Johns Place, St Mary Northgate, Canterbury with Elizabeth Nash, 65, independent.|
1851 census: in Hoath, Kent
Richard Nash, head, 46, miller master employing an apprentice, born Ospringe, Kent
Emma Nash, wife, 41, born Chislett
Elizabeth Nash, mother, widow, 74, dependant on son, born Canterbury
George W Turner, ap., 15, millers apprentice, born Ramsgate.
1861 census (indexed as KARL by ancestry.com):
in St Nicholas St, St Nicholas at Wade, Kent
Richard Nash, head, 56, inn keeper, born Ospringe
Emma Nash, wife, 51 born Chislett
Elizabeth Nash, mother, widow, 85, born Canterbury
Charlotte File, niece, married, 31, born Canterbury
John File, nephew [grand-nephew?], 7 months, born Elham
|NASH, Richard (I502)
||1841 census: in Chislet, William (37, butcher), Tamzin (40, Thomas (11), Hannah (8) and Ann (7).|
Appeared in the History & Directory of the County of Kent by S Bagshaw, 1847 as a butcher and farmer at Chitty Chislet (with Alfred Minter, his brother).
1851 census: at Chitty, Chislet, Kent, William F (47, butcher), Tamzin (54), Thomas (21, journeyman butcher), "H S" [Hannah Sarah] (18, employed at home)) and Ann (16, employed at home).
Appeared in the 1852 Post Office Directory of Kent (Kelly's) as a butcher of Chislet.
Appeared in Kelly's Directory 1855 as a butcher of Chislet.
Appeared in the Directory of Kent, Melville & Co, 1858 as a butcher of Chislet.
In 1844, 45 and 1859 overseer at Chislet.
Will proved 1860 by brother Alfred at Someset House.
1861 census: Chitty, Chislet, Kent, Tamzin (64, now a widow, independent), Thomas (31, farmer) and Hannah S (28). Daughter Ann (26) was a few doors away, a visitor with John and Elizabeth WACHER and their son Robert, who married Ann in 1865.
1871 census: Tamzin was living with son Thomas (qv).
1881 census: Tamzin was living with he daughter Hannah (qv).
|Minter, William Frederick (I1448)
||1841 census: (surname recorded as TYLOR and indexed as such by Ancestry), in Lower Street, Wickham Market (all TYLOR), Thomas (40, carrier), Sarah (30), Hannah (20), Mary (15) and Frederic (sic) (6 months). Hannah and Mary would have been Thomas's daughters from his first marriage.|
1851 census: in Bridge Street, Wickham Market, Suffolk (all TYLER), Thomas (54, common carrier, born Tunstall, Suffolk), Sarah (42, school mistress, born Eyke), Frederick (son, 10, scholar, born Wickham Market) and Harriet (daughter, 8, scholar, born Wickham Market).
1861 census: in Bridge Street, Wickham Market, Suffolk (all TYLER), Thomas (65, groom, born Tunstall, Suffolk), Sarah (52, school mistress, born Eyke) and Harriet (daughter, 18, schoolmistress assistant, born Wickham Market).
1871 census (indexed as TYLEE by Ancestry): in Bridge Street, Wickham Market, Suffolk (all TYLER), Thomas (75, servant (out of employ), born Tunstall, Suffolk), Sarah (62, school mistress, born Eyke) and Catherine (granddaughter, 2, born Wickham Market).
Thomas died in Q1 1874.
1881 census: in Thoroughfare, Woodbridge, Suffolk, with James and Mary BENDALL, Sarah (72, widow, nurse (dom servant, born Eyke).
|TYLER, Thomas (I386)
||1841 census: a Robert Minter (35, cordwainer, not born Norfolk*) and Robert Minter (9, born Norfolk) appear at High Street, Gorleston, Suffolk. Likley to relate to this Robert since son Robert was born in Gorleston. Ann must have died young - she doesn't appear in the 1841 census.|
* I don't know why Robert was shown as not born Norfolk.
1851 census: at High Street, Gorleston, Suffolk, Robert (46, widower, master shoe, 1 man, born Yarmouth), Robert (19, son, journeyman shoemaker, b. Southtown, Suffolk). Daughter Emma (17, dressmaker) was living in High Street, Gorleston with her WOODS grandparents.
Listed in the Yarmouth Trade List of 1854 as Robert Minter, South Town, boot & shoe maker.
1861 census: Robert (55), boot & shoemaker, and second wife Elizabeth (54, born Great Yarmouth) and daughter Anna or Anne WARNER (27, born Southtown, Suffolk) (actually Emma Amelia, who had married in 1858), living in a cottage in Gorleston.
1871 census: Robert (66), shoemaker, and Elizabeth (66) at 8 St Andrews Place, Gorleston.
1881 census: Robert, aged 76, a bootmaker, widower, lived at Row 25, Great Yarmouth.
1891 census: Robert, aged 86, shoemaker, widower, at 4 Row 25, Great Yarmouth.
|Minter, Robert (I16)
||1841 census: age 60+/-5, living in Brightlingsea with nephew William and his family.|
1851 census: aged 77, widow, living in Brightlingsea with nephew William and his family.
|CLARKE, Sarah (I6)
||1841 census: age unclear (looks like 4 and written in the males column), and name looks like MARTYN, living at Mansion House Street, St John the Baptist, Margate with William SHINGLETON and family. The Shingletons were Mary Ann's maternal grandparents. Brothers Edward and John also there.|
1881 census: living at 39 Arthur Road, Beckenham (the same road as her mother lived in in 1891), a laundress with her husband, a sawyer, and 2 laudress servants.
Living at 13 Church Terrace, Ravenscroft Road, Beckenham in 1882.
|Minter, Mary Ann (I785)
||1841 census: aged 10, living at Mansion House Street, St John the Baptist, Margate with William SHINGLETON and family. The Shingletons were John's maternal grandparents. Brother Edward and sister Mary also there. ||Minter, John (I796)
||1841 census: aged 25, farmer, living in Dumpton with mother Elizabeth (52).|
1851 census: in Goldsmith Place, Ramsgate, William (38, publican), 'M L' (wife, 29), Lucy M (2) and a house servant, Sarah WHITE, 17.
Appeared in the Directory of Kent, Melville & Co, 1858 as a Trader, William Minter, Royal Oak Tap, Harbour Place, Ramsgate.
1861 census: at The Oak Tap, Goldsmith Place, Ramsgate, William (50, licensed victualler), Sarah (41?), Charlotte (4), Sarah L (2) and Emily (8 months).
1871 census: at West Dumpton, St Lawrence, William (60, market gardener), Sarah (49), Elizabeth (14) and Emily (10, scholar).
Appeared in Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1878 as William Minter, West Dumpton, St Lawrence, Ramsgate.
1881 census: at West Dumpton, St Lawrence, William (70, market gardener) and Sarah (59)
1891 census: at Paragon Cottage, Ramsgate, Sarah (67, lady, widow).
Melville & Co 1895 Directory, Ramsgate lists Mrs Minter, 1 Paragon Place, Ramsgate; 1899 Ramsgate and St Lawrence Directory includes Mrs Minter, 1 Paragon Place, Paragon Street, West Cliff, Ramsgate.
1901 census: living with daughter Elizabeth and son-in-law Henry Hope Minter (qv).
Tombstone at St George Ramsgate:
Sacred to the memory of Marie Lucy wife of William Minter who departed this life on the 24th August 1854 age 32 years
Also of Lucy Maria daughter of the above who departed this life on the 25th August 1854 age 5 years and 3 months
Also of Sarah Lucy daughter of the above William and Sarah Minter who departed this life on the 20 February 1862 aged 3 years and 5 months
Also of the above William Minter who died 2 December 1881 aged 73 years
Also of Sarah wife of the above William Minter who died 2 April 1903 aged 79 years.
|Minter, William (I68)
||1841 census: aged 52, living in Dumpton with son William (25, farmer).|
1851 census: in West Dumpton, St Lawrence, Elizabeth (67, widow, farmer of 5 acres) and grandson George HANSFORD (10, scholar, born Bath, Somersetshire).
1861 census: in West Dumpton, St Lawrence, Elizabeth (77, widow, gardener), daughter Charlotte HOILE (57, nurse to mother) and her husband William HOILE (60(?), assistant to mother [in law].
Buried aged 82 as Elizabeth Alderson Minter of Dumpton, Kent.
|DUNK, Elizabeth Alderson (I61)
||1841 census: aged 6, living at Mansion House Street, St John the Baptist, Margate with William SHINGLETON and family. The Shingletons were John's maternal grandparents. Brother John and sister Mary also there.|
When daughter Harriet Jane was baptised in 1858 Edward & Susannah lived at 37 Woodland Street, Dalston, London, a plasterer.
A journeyman plasterer of 10 St Peters Place, Folkestone in 1860.
1861 census: Edward (25, modeller) was a lodger at 5 Zion Place, Ramsgate. His wife Susannah "wife of head" (23, plasterer's wife) and son John Fagg (6 months) were at Belle Vue Fields, Folkestone.
A journeyman plasterer of 4 Berry's Place, Phillips Street, Hoxton, Shoreditch in 1867.
1871 census: at 5 Tennyson Road, Beckenham: Edward (44, plasterer), wife Susan (33), and children John (10, scholar), Susan (8, scholar), Edward (4), Robert (2) and Thomas H (1 month).
1881 census: at 5 Tennyson Road, Penge: Edward B. (44), plasterer, wife Susannah B (43), laundress and children John Fagg (20), stonemason, Susannah E (18), laundry maid, Edward B (14), errand boy, Robert W (12), errand boy, Thomas H (10), William G (8), George L (5), James T (4), Catherine W (7) and Sarah J (1).
Possibly living at 8 Church Terrace, Ravenscroft Road, Beckenham in 1886; possibly a general dealer at 2 Parchmore Terrace, High Street, Thornton Heath in 1886 - 88.
1891 census at 75 Beckenham Road, Beckenham, Kent: Edward B. (54), plasterer, wife Susannah B (53) and children Susannah E (28), laundrymaid, Thomas H (20), labourer, William G (18), railway servant, Catherine W (17), James T (14), Sarah J (11) and Albert V (9).
Post Office Directory, Court Section, 1894 has Edward Minter, 75 Beckenham Road, Besckenham, Kent.
Living at 75 Beckenham Road, Beckenham in 1895 - 96.
1901 census at 18 Thanet Gardens, Folkestone, Susannah, 63, laundress, now a widow, and children Kate (27), laundress, George (26), general labourer, Sarah (22), laundress and Albert (19), general labourer.
For Susannah's movements after 1901, see her Notes.
|Minter, Edward Burden (I807)
||1841 census: aged 60, living with son John at Vine Cottage, Great Horkesley.|
1851 census: aged 70, living with son John at Hill Farm House, Dedham.
1861 census: aged 80, living with son John at High Fields Cottage, Dedham.
|CANT, Susan(nah) (I2)
||1841 census: Ann was probably the Ann Minter, age 20, not born Norfolk, a servant at the home of Hezekiah BALLS and family in Half Moon Street, Diss, Norfolk|
1851 census: at 4 Union (?) St, Marylebone, London, Anne (31, dressmaker) and sister Mary (28, servant).
1861 census: at 36 Peel Street, Kensington, London, Annie (lodger, 36, unmarried, sempstress, born Wortham.
|Minter, Anne (I314)
||1841 census: at ---- Farm, Great Holland, Essex, Thomas (25, ag lab), Martha (25) and Henry (1). ||SMITH, Thomas (I680)
||1841 census: at 1 York Place, St Leonard Shoreditch, London, Luer (66, color manufacturer, born Foreign parts), Mary (53), Charlotte (24), Louisa (20) and Henry (17). Apart from Luer, all born in Middlesex.|
|LUERSON, Luer (I579)
||1841 census: at 31 Margaret Street, St James Clerkenwell, London, Elizabeth (45, Independent, not born in county) Mary Ann (15, born in county) and Francis (17, plasterer, born in county).|
1851 census: at 31 Margaret Street, St James Clerkenwell, London, Elizabeth (widow, 59, born Rushton, Northamn.) and Francis (unmarried, 27, plasterer, born Clerkenwell).
|STAFFORD, Elizabeth (I2)
||1841 census: at back of Strand, Walmer, William MINTOR (25, bricklayer), Mary (25), Mary Ann (5) and John (8 months).|
1851 census: at High Street, St Marys, Walmer, William (37, journeyman bricklayer), Mary (36), Mary A (15), John W (10, scholar), Henry T (8, scholar), William R (6, scholar) and James E (3).
1861 census (indexed under MONTER): at High St, St Mary, Sandwich, Kent, Mary (46, widow) and sons William (16, groom), James E (12, grocers boy) and Joseph (9, scholar).
1871 census: at High St, Walmer, Mary (55, widow,formerly laundress), James (23, carpenter) and Joseph (19, plasterer).
1881 census: Mary lived with her son William, his wife and family at The Drum, Walmer. Name given as Mary A. Minter and age as 68.
Tombstone at Upper Walmer:
son of John and Sarah Minter
who died May 29 1838
aged 22 years
who died November 5 1846
aged 26 years
who died September 20 1852
aged 39 years
Mary, widow of the above William Minter
who died August 12th 1886
aged 71 years
|Minter, William Whitehead (I2041)
||1841 census: at Chalford Hill, Bisley, Stroud, Gloucestershire, Charles (25, railway labourer) and Elizabeth (20), both not born Gloucestershire.|
1851 census (image in poor condition): in New Yarmouth, Tintwistle, Cheshire, Charles (36, rail labourer), Elizabeth (30), Charles (9), Mary Ann (7), Henry (5), Emma (10(?) months).
1861 census: at 3 Wyndham Road, Rotherhithe, London, Charles (45, excavator), Elizabeth (42), Charles (19, excavator), Mary Ann (17, needle work), Henry (15, excavator), Emma (10, scholar), George (8, scholar), Harriet (6, scholar), James (3) and Elizabeth (1).
1871 census: at 8 Commo Street, Rotherhithe, London, Charles (57, labourer), Elizabeth (52), Charles (29, labourer), Henry (25, labourer), Emma (20, servant), George (18, labourer), James (13), Eliza (11) and Frederick (6). Plus two lodgers.
1881 census: not found.
See second wife's record re 1891 & 1901 censuses.
|Minter, Charles (I881)
||1841 census: at Clay Pits, Goodnestone, Kent, Thomas (30, farmer), Susanna (31), Thomas (4), John (2) and Sarah (8 months).|
In the 1845 Post Office Directory of Kent (Kelly's), a farmer of Goodnestone next Wingham.
1851 census: at Rowling, Goodnestone, Thomas (39 farmer of 190 acres employing 10 labourers), Susanna (42), John (11, scholar), Sarah E (10, scholar), William (8, scholar), Susanna (7, scholar), Ann W (6, scholar), Mary (3) and Henry (1). Also George Minter (45, farm servant) - relationship given only as servant.
Appeared in the 1852 Post Office Directory of Kent (Kelly's) as Thomas Minter, farmer, Goodnestone.
Appeared in the Directory of Kent, Melville & Co, 1858 as Thomas Minter, farmer, Goodnestone.
Church warden at Goodnestone next Wingham in 1854-55.
1861 census: at 'George Inn', 37 Gabriels Hill, Maidstone, Kent, Thomas (47, victualler), Susan (51), Ann W (16), Mary (13) and Henry (11). 1 house servant. Daughter Sarah (20) was a linen draper's assistant in Cornhill, Ilminster, Somerset.
Daughter Susan (17) was a linen draper's assistant at 49/50 Newington Causeway, Newington, London (although the census form gives her birthplace as 'Godstone, Surrey' rather than Goodnestone, Kent).
1871 census: lodged with Louisa Stockwell at 12 Milbank Road, Ashford, Kent, Thomas (58, widower, farm bailiff (out of employ)).
1881 census: at Purchase, Great Chart, Kent, Thomas (68, widower, farm bailiff) with daughter Mary (unmarried, 33, housekeeper) and grandson Harry T (8, scholar, born Penge, Surrey).
|Minter, Thomas (I1219)
||1841 census: at Faversham Union, Faversham, William (50, dredger), Amelia (45), Henry (14) and Sophia (7).|
The Parish Register gives William's age at the time of his burial as 62 but in reality he would have been only 55. He was buried as of the Union Workhouse.
There is a tombstone in Faversham churchyard for a William Minter age 52 which probably is of this William Minter (although the age is again wrong).
1851 census: at 3 Chapel Place, Greenwich, Amelia (54, widow, general servant).
|Minter, William (I169)
||1841 census: at Flint Row, St John Margate, aged 55 with John and Jemima both 25.|
1851 census: at 41 Charing Cross. St Martin in the Fields, London, Lydia (65, widow) lived with her married daughter and family, William R GLASIER (39, auctioneer and surveyor), Mary G GLASIER (39), William R M GLASIER (14, articled clerk), James GLASIER (5) and Edward GLASIER (4).
1861 census: at 41 Charing Cross. St Martin in the Fields, London, Lydia (75, widow) lived with her married daughter and family, William R GLASIER (49, auctioneer and surveyor), Mary Gent GLASIER (49), W R M GLASIER (24, surveyor), Lydia M GLASIER (22) and Eliza GLASIER (19).
|TAYLOR, Lydia JOB nee (I643)
||1841 census: at Fox's Lane, Shadwell, Middlesex, Robert (25, mariner), Mary (20) and Alice (4 months). Robert and Mary not born in Middlesex.|
Robert died at Hartlepool, aged 35, a mariner, of rheumatism 3 months metastasis of the heart. The death was registered by Mary Minter, present at the death, in Stockton Registration District, Hartlepool, County of Durham.
1851 census: in Hartlepool, Mary (37(?), widow, pauper (seamstress)), Alice (10), George (8) and James (4).
1861 census: a Mary (41, born "Thorplesham", Essex) was a cook at 8 Chester Place, St Pancras, London.
1871 census: not found
In 1881 and 1891, Mary was with her son George (qv).
|Minter, Robert (I9)
||1841 census: at George Yard, Lambeth (apparently a separate house from his mother, also in George Yard), Henry (20, fisherman), Phoebe (20) and Phoebe (6 months). All born Surrey.|
1851 census: at 3 Miles Street, Greenwich, Henry (34, labourer), Phoebe (31), Henry (6), Rebecca (4) and William (2). This was the address when John Deane was baptised in February 1851and buried in April 1851 aged 5 months.
When Harriet Ann baptised 1855, her parents were shown as Henry & Catherine, of Old Woolwich Road, Henry a labourer. Same address when Harriet Ann died a month later.
When children Francis Daniel and Alice Emma were baptised on the same day in 1859, their parents were shown as Henry & Catherine, of East Street, Henry a labourer.
There is some uncertainty about what happened to Henry Minter in the 1850s. It would seem that some time between 30 March 1851 (when the 1851 census was taken) and 1 December 1851 (when Henry married Catherine Clinker), Henry's first wife Phoebe "disappeared". Despite extensive searching, no trace of her whatsoever after the 1851 census can be found. If she died, the death does not appear to have been registered.
November 2010: thanks to Christine Small - it seems likely that Phoebe died in 1851 and that the entry in the BMD index for Phoebe Maria MINTON in Q3 at Bury St Edmunds 13/295 refers to her.
It was originally thought that the Henry Minter who appeared on the 1851 census with Phoebe, and the Henry Minter who married Catherine Clinker in 1851, were different people. However the following information, courtesy of Carol Kilford, has persuaded us that this was not so. Carol wrote in May 2006 in an email to Christine Small:
"1. Both [the Henry who married Phoebe and the Henry who married Catherine] were born around 1816.
2. My cousin who sat at the knee of her grandmother, Rebecca Minter daughter of Henry of Lambeth, wrote to me that Henry died on board a cable laying ship on his last voyage. Your Henry died aboard a coastal vessel in 1859.
3. My ancestor Rebecca Minter was sent off to her maternal grandfather in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk pre 1867. Was this because her father had died and stepmother felt unable to look after the children of both marriages?
4. The last child of Henry & Phoebe was bapt in 1848 Lambeth, and the first of Henry & Catherine 1853 in Charlton, London. The time periods dovetail.
5. None of the Christian names of the children of the two families are duplicated.
6. Henry & Phoebe were known to be living in Greenwich at the time of the 1851 census. Catherine is living in Greenwich at the time of Henry's death in 1859.
7. The Henry who married Catherine was a widower. His father was William Minter a shoemaker. The Henry who married Phoebe, his father was William Minter a shoemaker. "
1861 census: at 14 East Street, St Alphage Greenwich, Catherine (widow, 44, charwoman), Alice (8) and Walter (4). Also what looks like Frances (but possibly Francis or James), described as son, 16, labourer. All born Greenwich. This could have been either Catherine's son, down as Minter, or Henry's son from his first marriage. But there is no trace of him in 1851 or 1871 and no trace of the birth of a Francis or James Minter about 1844. Catherine definitely wasn't living at 14 East Street in 1851.
1871 census: at 1 Wybourns Place, Greenwich, Catherine (widow, 56, laundress), Alice (19, born Charlton), Walter (14) and Ada WINSLOW (grandchild, 5, born Greenwich).
|Minter, Henry Daniel (I3)
||1841 census: at Lodge Park, Great Horkesley, Robert (30, cooper), Elizabeth (30) and Harriet (age undecipherable).|
1851 census: in Causeway, Great Horkesley, Robert (43, farm labourer), Elizabeth (42) and Elizabeth STOW (3, granddaughter)
1861 census: in Causeway, Great Horkesley, Robert (54, ag lab), Elizabeth Eliza (50, laundress) and grandaughter Elizabeth Eliza STOW (13, scholar),
|Minter, Robert (I600)
||1841 census: at Mill Lane Cottages, Langham, Essex, (all NEVARD), John (30, ag lab), Rebecca (30), Rebecca (9), Charles (6), Esther (3) and John (8 months).|
1851 census: in Langham, Essex, (recorded as NEVEARD), John (42, groom), Rebecca (40), Rebecca (19), Charles (15), Hester (13), John (10), George (8), Sarah (6), Ellen (4) and Alice (1 week). All born Langham.
1861 census: at 1 Valley Road, Langham, Essex, (all NEVARD), John (51, ag lab), Rebekah (50, laundress), George (18, bricklayers lab), Sarah A (16, laundress), Ellen (14, scholar), Alice (10, scholar) and William (8, scholar). All born Langham.
1871 census: in Langham, Essex, (all NEVARD), John (61, ag lab), Rebecc (65, laundress), Ellen (23, laundress), Alice (20, laundress) and granddaughter Alice (8, scholar, born Woolwich). All born Langham except Alice the granddaughter.
1881 census: in Valley Road, Langham, Essex, (all NEVARD), John (61 (sic), ag lab), Rebekah (72, laundress) and Alice (30, laundress). All born Langham.
|NEVARD, John (I1885)
||1841 census: at Oyster Court, Faversham, John (25, labourer), Ann (25), John (4), William (2) and george (1).|
1851 census: in North Street, Sheldwich, Kent, John (37, ag lab, born Ashford, Kent), Ann (36, born Moldash, Kent), William (12, ag lab, born Faversham), George (9, born Faversham), Margaret (7, born Preston, Kent), Ann (5, born Preston), James (3, born Throwley, Kent) and Kitty (8 months, born Throwley).
1861 census: in Conduct(?) Road, Faversham, Kent, John (45, labourer, born Throwley, Kent), Ann M (44, born Moldash, Kent), William (21, labourer, born Faversham), George (19, labourer, born Faversham), Ann M (16, born Preston), James (13, labourer, born Throwley, Kent), Frederick (5, born Sheppey) and a niece, Alice BUTTON (8, born Faversham).
|FAULKNER, John (I177)
||1841 census: at Porto-Bello farm, Norton, Yorkshire, (all AKE), John (45, farmer), Mary (45), Mary (20), John (15), Jane (11), William 9) and Hannah (4). All born Yorkshire|
1851 census: at Portabella farm, Norton, Yorkshire, (all AKE), John (60, farmer of 200 acres, born Mappleton, Yorks), Mary (54, born Hatfield, Yorks), John (27, farmer assistant, born Cowden, Yorks), Jane (21, born Cowden, Yorks), William (19, farmer assistant, born Cowden, Yorks), Hannah (14, born Welham, Yorks), a house servant and 3 farm servants.
1861 census: St Vincent Street, Norton, Yorkshire, (all AKE), John (69, retired farmer, born Mappleton, Yorks), Mary (64, born Grt Hatfield nr Mappleton, Yorks) and Hannah (24, born Welham, Yorks).
John died in Q1 1871.
1871 census: at Norton Parks Farm House, Norton, Yorkshire, (both AKE), Mary (74, widow, retired widow, born Hatfield, Holderness, Yorks) and Hannah (34, born Welham, Yorks).
|AKE, John (I1969)
||1841 census: at Queen Street, Greenwich, Catherine Clinker (25), Ann Clinker (4), Charlotte Clinker (2) and William Clinker (3 months). No Mr Clinker.|
1851 census (1) (indexed as BAINE and apparently written as such), at 4 Norfolk Pace, Greenwich East, Catherine BAINE (widow, 35, charwoman, born Greenwich, Kent) and Charlotte BAINE (daughter, 12, scholar, born Greenwich, Kent).
1851 census (2): at the Green Coat School, Greenwich, William Clinker (10, scholar).
1851 census (3): at Morden House, Lewisham, the home of James TRAILL (56, police magistrate (barrister)) and family, Catherine Clinker (14, under nurse, born Greenwich, Kent).
|BAULF, Catherine (I64)
||1841 census: at Red X [Cross?] Sqr. St Giles Cripplegate, Middlesex (London), Fynn MINTER (28, tailor) and Ann MINTER (22). Neither born in Middlesex.|
Fynn Minter's first wife was Ann ANGUISH. She is presumed to have died before Fynn's second marriage - probably in Q3 1846, registered as Ann Minter Buckingham.
1844: in Thompsons London Commercial Directory - Fynn Minter, Tailor, 28, Chapel Place, Long Lane, Bermondsey, London.
1845: in London Directory: Fenn (sic) Minter, tailor, 28 Chapel Place, Longway, Bermondsey.
30 Jan 1845: daughter Mary Ann baptised, parents Fynn & Ann Minter Buckingham, Chapel Place, tailor.
1845: At the Central Criminal Court (www.oldbaileyonline.org) starting on 24 November 1845:
«b»Reference Number: «/b»t18451124-176
176. JANE CRIBB was indicted for stealing 2 sheets, value 2«i»s«/i».; 2 pillow-cases, 1«i»s«/i».; 1 shawl, 7«i»s«/i». 6«i»d«/i».; and 1 brooch, 9«i»s«/i». 6«i»d«/i».; the goods of Fynn Minter Buckingham, her roaster: and MARY ANN CURTIS for feloniously receiving the same, well knowing them to have been stolen.
ANN BUCKINGHAM . I am the wife of Fynn Minter Buckingham. The prisoner Cribb came into my service on the 16th of Oct., and left on the 30th, while we were out-she left the street-door open-I missed the articles stated, which were all safe when I went away-I had been gone about an hour-these are the articles-they are all mine.
AMBROSE MOORE («i»police-constable M«/i» 248.) I took Cribb on Friday night, the 31st. of Oct., near the Swan public-house, in the Kent-road-Curtis and another female were with her-when I took Cribb I told her she was charged with robbing her master-she said she knew all about it, and supposed this would be a six month's job for her; but she was not the only one, there were two others in it, and they were the two who were with her-she told me where she pawned the things, and I went and found them.
WILLIAM EVERED . I am shopman to a pawnbroker. I produce some things which I took in pawn from Curtis on the 31st of Oct.
ROBERT BOYCE . I am a pawnbroker. I produce this brooch and another article which I took in of Curtis on the 31st of Oct.
AMBROSE MOORE «i»re-examined.«/i» took Curtis on the following morning-she said she had received the property, and pawned it at Westminster.
«i»Curtis's Defence.«/i» Cribb came to my house on the Thursday night, at twelve o'clock, and said she had left her place - I asked the reason - she said the other girl persuaded her, that she had come down the Kent-road, and the other girl left her, and she had come to live with me-I went with her to pawn the articles.
CRIBB- GUILTY .* Aged 17.-«i» Confined Six Months.«/i»
CURTIS- NOT GUILTY .
1851 census: at 10 Nelson St, St Lukes, London, Fynn BUCKINGHAM (38, tailor) and Martha BUCKINGHAM (30).
Post Office Directories, 1852, 1853, 1854, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, 1861, 1866, 1870 & 1875 - Fynn Minter,Tailor, 10 Nelson Street City Road (St. Luke). An entry with the same address appears in Kelly's London, 1859.
1861 census: at 10 Nelson St, St Lukes, London, Fynn Minter BUCKINGHAM (48, tailor), Martha Minter BUCKINGHAM (41) and Fynn Minter BUCKINGHAM (7).
1871 census: at 10 Nelson St, St Lukes, London, Fynn MINTER (58, master tailor employing 1 man), Martha MINTER (51, tailor's wife), Fynn MINTER (17, shorthand clerk (?)) and Arthur MINTER (9, scholar).
Fynn's death in 1877 was registered as Fynn Minter BUCKINGHAM and Martha's in 1879 as Martha BUCKINGHAM.
|BUCKINGHAM, Fynn Minter (I465)
||1841 census: at Southtown, Suffolk (near Great yarmouth), George (25), Rachel (25), James (2) (all three born 'out of county'), and George (11 months), born Suffolk.|
1851 census: sons James (12) and George (10) were living with their grandparents Samuel and Rebecca (PLANE) at Row 25, Great Yarmouth.
1861 census: at Row 47, St Nicholas, Great Yarmouth, George (4?), painter, Rachel (48) and George (20).
1871 census (indexed and recorded as WINTER): Rachel (60), a widow, was living at No. 11 Row, Great Yarmouth with two sisters, Louisa MAPES and Mary MAPES.
|Minter, George (I19)
||1841 census: at the Drapers Arms Almshouse, St John the Baptist, Margate, Mary (62, pensioner).|
Despite the aged being given as 70, the burial of a Mary Minter 'of Drapers' on 2 November 1841, is thought to refer to Mary (Marshall).
|MARSHALL, Mary (I232)
||1841 census: at Valley Farm, Huntingfield, Robert (20, tailor), Emma (20) and George (12, tailor's apprentice). Given the inaccuracy of ages in the 1841 census, George was probably Robert's younger brother.|
1851 census: in Huntingfield, Robert (32, tailor), Emma (28), Sarah (7, scholar) and Clifton (1).
Kelly's Directory for 1858 has an entry for Robert Minter, tailor in Huntingfield. Also listed under Tailors.
1861 census: in Street, Huntingfield, Robert (42, master tailor employing 2 men), second wife Ann (33), Sarah (17), Clifton (11, scholar), Robert (4, scholar), Arthur (2) and Alan (3 months).
1871 census: in Street, Huntingfield, Robert (52, master tailor employing 1 man & 1 boy), Ann (42), Clifton (21, tailor), Arthur (11, scholar), Allan (10, scholar) and Herbert (6, scholar). No sign of Sarah.
1881 census: in Street, Huntingfield, Robert (62, master tailor employing 2 men), Ann (52), Alan (20, tailor) and Herbert (16, draper's assistant).
Kelly's Directory 1883 lists Robert Minter, tailor, in Huntingfield.
1891 census: in Street, Huntingfield, Robert (72, retired tailor), Ann (62) and Herbert (26, draper). In the same house but a separate household was Alan (30, tailor), Alice (31) and Jessie M (6 months).
1901 census: in Huntingfield, (Robert having died in 1892), Ann (72, living on own means), Herbert (36, late draper's assistant), and two grandsons, Rufus (6) and Frances [Francis] (5).
All Robert's children, and his two marriages, were registered under the surname BUCKINGHAM. Sometimes, the second name Minter appears, but not always. The four children of Robert and Ann were baptised as Minter BUCKINGHAM, as son or daughter 'of Robert and Ann Minter BUCKINGHAM'.
October 2009: Mike Minter has a picture of Robert Minter's gravestone in Huntingfield churchyard. It reads:
In loving memory of
January 2nd 1892
Aged 72 years
Also in affectionate remembrance of
Second son of the above & dearly loved
Husband of Marian
who passed into eternity Oct. 27 1933
"Blessed are the peacemankers"
Interred Nunhead, London
|Minter, Robert (I480)
||1841 census: at Valley Farm, Huntingfield, Robert (20, tailor), Emma (20) and George (12, tailor's apprentice). It's probable that Robert was George's older brother.|
1851 census: a lodger in Cratfield, Suffolk, George (22, master taylor).
Kelly's Directory for 1858 has an entry under Tailors for G Minter, Cratfield, Halesworth.
1861 census: in Cratfield, Suffolk, George M. (32, master tailor employing 1 man and an apprentice), Caroline (33, tailor's wife), George D (9, scholar), Mary Ann (7, scholar), Caroline L (4, scholar), Edwin (3), Sophia (1) and Jolia [Julia] (6 months). 1 female servant.
1871 census: in Bell Green, Cratfield, Suffolk, George (42, tailor), Caroline (43), George (19, tailor), Lorna [Caroline L] (14, scholar), Edwin (13, scholar), Elizabeth (7, scholar) and Walter (1 month).
1881 census: in Bell Green, Cratfield, Suffolk, George (52, tailor), Caroline (53, tailor's wife), George (29, tailor' son), Elizabeth (17) and Walter (10, scholar).
Kelly's Directory for 1883 has an entry for George Minter, tailor in Cratfield.
1891 census: in Bell Green, Cratfield, Suffolk, George (62, tailor), Caroline (63), George (39, tailor).
Georhe was buried at St Mary, Cratfield in 1895, aged 67.
1901 census: Caroline, 73, now widowed, lived at 55 Steele Road, Isleworth, Middlesex with her daughter Elizabeth S (36) , single, head of household, shopkeeper (chandlers) on own account, and Elizabeth's daughter Ruby B (8).
|Minter, George (I481)
||1841 census: at Vine Cottage, Great Horkesley, John (35), Hannah (40), John (8) and Harriet (6), and John's mother, Susan (60).|
1851 census: at Hill Farm House, Dedham, John (46, widower, farming bailiff), son 'JW' (19, groom), daughter 'H' (18, housework) and mother 'S' (70, housekeeper).
1861 census: at High Fields Cottage, Dedham, John (56, jobbing labourer ag), Eliza (47) and mother Susannah (80, retired laundress).
1871 census: at High Fields Cottage, Dedham, John (66, farmer 3 3/4 acres) and Eliza (57).
1881 census: at Hillards, Dedham, Eliza (67, widow, cook domestic servant)
|Minter, John (I5)
||1841 census: at Whyborough, Boughton under Blean, Kent, Stephen (35), Harritt [Harriet] (31), Stephen (11), Ann (9), Susan (7), Mary (4), Sarah (2) and an unnamed boy, 12 hours old.|
1851 census: Harriet died in 1846; it's not known when Stephen died but an 1851 census entry hasn't been found. Of his children, Ann was a servant in London, Mary, Sarah and Rebecca were probably in the Faversham Union Workhouse.
None of the family has been found after 1851 apart from Mary, who married in 1857.
|Minter, Stephen William (I21)
||1841 census: at Woodham Farm, Chertsey, Surrey, Henry Fisher UNWIN (40, farmer, not born in Surrey), Anna UNWIN (36, not born in Surrey), Anna UNWIN (14, not born in Surrey), Sarah UNWIN (12, born in Surrey), Lydia UNWIN (10, born in Surrey), Ellen UNWIN (6, born in Surrey), Caroline UNWIN (1, born in Surrey) and Walker UNWIN (male, 4, born in Surrey). Also Joanna CRIB (35, governess, not born in Surrey) and Mary Spooner (22, female servant, born in Surrey).|
1851 census: at Foxlake Farm, Byfleet, Surrey, Henry F UNWIN (49, farmer, 84 acres, employing 5 labourers & 4 boys, born Black Notley, Essex), Ann UNWIN (4-, born Bocking, Essex), Ellen UNWIN (13(?), born Chersey, Surrey), Caroline UNWIN (11, scholar at home, born Chertsey, Surrey), John B UNWIN (8, scholar at home, born Chertsey, Surrey), Henry G UNWIN (5, scholar at home, born Chertsey, Surrey) and an ag. lab, John FANGATE(?).
|UNWIN, Henry Fisher (I593)
||1841 census: Edward not found. His wife Emma (25) and son Richard (1) were living in Findley Bank (?), Wickhambreaux, Kent with (presumably) Emma's parents, Richard BRENCHLEY (70, ag lab) and Ann BRENCHLEY (65).|
1851 census: Edward and Emma were living apart: in Littlebourn, Kent, Edward M Marsh (50, superannuated from Customs), and sons Richard Marsh (11, scholar at home) and Edward M Marsh (7, scholar at home). In Fordwich, Kent, Emma M Marsh (33, wife of a superannuated clerk in the Excise Office) and son Herbert Marsh (5).
1861 census: Edward and Emma were still apart: in Littlebourn Street, Littlebourn, Edward M Marsh (60 , superannuated from Customs). In Fordwich, Kent, Emma Minter Marsh (40), son Herbert Marsh (15, scholar) and Emma's mother Ann BRENCHLEY (86).
1871 and 1881 censuses: Edward now a widower, was living at 14 Prospect Place, Canterbury, Kent.
Buried at Wickhambreaux 'as of Sturry', Kent.
Edward was buried at Wickhambreaux, aged 24, as Edward Minter. The tombsone reads:
In affectionate remembrance of Christopher Minter late of this parish who died December 13th 1827 aged 24 years.
also of Edward brother of the above who died May 9th 1886 aged 85 years
" We part to meet again"
|MARSH, Edward Minter (I4)
||1841 census: in a cottage in Boyton, Suffolk (all CHAMBERS, all born Suffolk), James (45, ag lab), James (19, ag lab), Edward (15, ag lab), Jane (13), Daniel (10) and Elizabeth (6). The whereabouts of James's wife haven't been established.|
1851 census: in Boyton, Suffolk (all CHAMBERS), James (55, ag lab, born Capel), Rachel (55, born Sutton), Edward (26, ag lab, born Boyton), Daniel (20, ag lab, born Boyton) and Elizabeth (16, dressmaker, born Boyton).
1861 census: in Boyton, Suffolk, James (67, ag lab, born Capel), Rachael (66, born Sutton), Daniel (30, ag lab, born Boyton) and Frederick MINTER, grandson, 5, boarder, born Boyton). Frederick MINTER was Elizabeth's son.
The previous entry on the page is for John Minter and his wife Elizabeth, nee CHAMBERS.
"Capel" is assumed to refer to Capel St Andrew.
1871 census: in Boyton Street, Boyton, Suffolk, James (78, ag lab, born Butley), Eliza HUNT (daughter, widow, 55, house keeper, born Boyton) and Edward (son, unmarried, 47, shoe maker, born Boyton).
|CHAMBERS, James (I51)
||1841 census: in Abbey Street, Thorpe le Soken (all GARNHAM, all born Essex), William (23, ag lab), Sarah (26), Joseph (3), William (16 months) and Homany (2 months).|
It would appear that William's wife Sarah died in 1845, aged 30, and that he remarried in 1849.
1851 census: in Abbey Street, Thorpe le Soken (all GARNHAM), William (31, ag lab, born Thorp), Charlotte (30, born Walpole, Suffolk), Joseph (13, born Thorp), William (11, born Thorpe), Alfred Thomas (9, born Thorpe), Alfred (7, born Thorpe) and Charles (5, born Thorpe). Also Maria WARREN (daughter in law [should say step-daughter], 11, born Walpole, Suffolk).
1861 census: in Abbey Street, Thorpe le Soken (all GARNHAM), William (42, ag lab, born Thorp), Charlotte (43, born Walpole, Suffolk), William (21, ag lab, born Thorpe) and Charles (17, ag lab, born Thorpe).
1871 census: at 6 Mill Lane, All Saints Harwich, Essex, William (52, lab, born Thorpe) and Charlotte (53, born Walpole, Suffolk).
1881 census: at 4 Mill Lane, Dovercourt, Essex, William (65, labourer cement works, born Thorpe le Soken) and Charlotte (63, born Walpole, Suffolk).
1891 census: at 5 Mill Lane, Dovercourt, William (69, fisherman, born Thorpe) and Charlotte (71, born Walpole, Suffolk).
Charlotte died in 1895.
|GARNHAM, William (I589)
||1841 census: in All Souls & Trinity, St Marylebone, London, Alex McDonald (40, upholsterer, born Scotland).|
1851 census: at 44 Somerset Street, Marylebone, London, (unreadable first name) McDonald (54, upholsterer, born Edinburgh, Scotland), Sarah (40), Ronald Alexr. (5), James (4), Ann ARMSTRONG (mother-in-law, widow, 66, annuitant, born St James Westminster) and a house servant.
1861 census: in Camberwell St Giles, London (image not available at ancestry.com in June 2007): Alexr. (64), Sarah (49), Ronald (15), James (14) and Ann ARMSTRONG (78).
1871 census: at Manor House, Brixton Road, Lambeth, Alexr. (75, clerk (upholsterer), Sarah (60), James (24, clerk (oilbroker), Ann ARMSTRONG (mother-in-law, widow, 88) and 3 domestic servants.
1881 census: at 24 Villa Road, Brixton: Alexr. (86, no occupation), Sarah (71), son James (34, clerk (oil brokers), his wife Agnes P (40, born Hull, Yorks) and their children Alexr. (7, grandson), Agnes M (6, scholar) and Grace (5, scholar).
Alexander died aged 85 in late 1881.
1891 census: Sarah, Alexander's widow was living with her daughter-in-law (see James's Notes).
|MCDONALD, Alexander (I1253)