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10001 Thomas MINTER of this parish widower and Mary Ann SURRY of this parish spinster, by banns. He signed, she marked. Witnesses John Surry, Sarah Martin Family F149
 
10002 Thomas Minter otp bachelor & Sarah BIBBY single woman otp, by banns. He marked, she signed. Witnesses Hannah Bibby, Thomas Bibby. Family F28
 
10003 Thomas Minter otp widower & Mary Sadler otp spinster, by banns. Both marked. Witnesses William Sadler, Jos Marshall Family F51
 
10004 Thomas Minter widower and Elizabeth Dunk spinster and a minor with the consent of her father, both of this parish by licence, sign/sign (signs Elizabeth Dunk). Robert Dunk (sign), Thomas Ashenden (sign) witnesses Family F18
 
10005 Thomas Minter, 22, bachelor, labourer of Gt Horkesley, father Thomas Minter, labourer. Sarah Ann Munson, 24, spinster of Gt Horkesley, father William Munson, labourer. Both marked. Witnesses Henry Munson (sign), Rosanna Scholfield (mark). Family F52
 
10006 Thomas Potts batchelor and Maria Minter (spinster entered and deleted) widow both of this parish by banns, sign/sign. Edward Slater (sign), Caroline Claris (sign) witnesses. Banns No. 990.
(Signs ‘Marai Minter’. This signature, spelling apart, is very similar to and could be the same person as at St John Thanet on 24 November 1802 and also at St Peter Sandwich on 4 November 1804.
The duplicate register that contains brief details only of marriages has – ‘1805 July 16 Thomas Potts batchelor and Maria Minter widow by banns.’) 
Family F441
 
10007 Thomas probably married his first wife in Q4 1843, probably Mary Anne WILSON. Two Mary Ann BIBBYs died in the 1840s. the first in Q1 1847 (Colchester 12/48), the second in Q4 1849 (Colchester 12/40).

Thomas married again in 1852.

1861 census: in Castle Road, All Saints Colchester (all BIBBY), Thomas (brewer's lab, born Colchester), Eliza (33, born Colchester) and Thomas J (16, railway servant, born Manningtree, Essex).

1871 census: at 35 Castle Road, All Saints Colchester (both BIBBY), Thomas (labourer, born Colchester) and Eliza (45, born Manningtree, Essex).

Not found 1881or 1891. 
BIBBY, Thomas (I2616)
 
10008 Thomas ROSE, 26, bachelor, labourer of Thorp le Soken, father Thomas Rose, labourer. Mary Ann GARNHAM, 22, spinster of Thorp le Soken, father John Garnham, labourer, after banns. He marked, she signed. Witnesses James Sp----tt, Hannah Garnham both signed. Family F235
 
10009 Thomas SMITH, 23, bachelor, labourer of Great Holland, father Robert Smith, labourer. Martha GARNHAM, 20 spinster of Thorp le Soken, father James Garnham, labourer, after banns. He signed, she marked. Witnesses Daniel Garnham, Mary Garnham both marked Family F229
 
10010 Thomas Thompson Canney, full age, bachelor, mariner of St George in the East, father John Canney, mariner. Mary Pain Christian, full age, spinster of Christ Church District, father Samuel Christian, gentleman. Both signed full names. Witnesses James Thomas and Eleanor Thomas (mark). Family F689
 
10011 Thomas Tritton full age bachelor journeyman blacksmith of Sibertswold, father John Tritton, publican and Sarah Minter full age spinster servant of Nonington, father John Minter labourer Family F418
 
10012 Thomas was 23 at date of marriage, Mary (Plumb), 22. Thomas's father'sname was also Thomas, a lace make, and Mary's father was John Plumb, aframe work knitter. The witnesses were George Allen and Hannah Plumb. Family F398
 
10013 Thomas was a postmaster when he married. Family F172
 
10014 Thomas was baptised the son of John Hobday Minter and Anna Maria Adriana Ackerman. The witnesses at the baptism were Thomas Wyatt Minter and Jane Agatha Minter, thought to have been John Hobday Minter's brother and his (second) wife.

Thomas's baptismal record doesn't include 'Wyatt' but he seems to have acquired 'Wyatt' later in life, as shown in the following extract from Chapter 1, "Winburg - the town and the district" of a document appearing on the University of Pretoria's website.

Thomas Leonard Wyatt Minter of Rietgat found the first diamond on the farm Kaalvallei, 8 km north of present-day Virginia. He and his father, John Minter, had half-share options on the farm. Because they could not afford the services of a mining engineer, the land surveyor Gustav Baumann laid out the underground works for them. The company established on Kaalvallei and the adjoining farm, Driefontein, owned by John Dale Lace, was called the OFS and Transvaal Diamond Mine (also known as the Kaalvallei and Lace Mine), with George Henry Alexander as manager and Hendrik Schalk Theron as mining engineer. This company was bought by Sir JB Robinson in about 1896 for £180,000.
(A footnote to the sum of £180,000 reads 'Viljoen, Virginia 1892-1980: Van Spoorweghalte tot Mynboudorp p. 143. Although much progressive farming relied on mining finance, Tom Minter, who got £30 000 for his share in the farm Rietgat and invested £4,000 in a steam plough with which he confidently expected to raise 30,000 bags of wheat a year, ended up bankrupt; see Timothy Keegan, The Dynamics of Rural Accumulation in South Africa, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 28:4 (October 1986), p. 637.)

The mine refered to in the above passage is probably the one which became known as the Samada Mine, Welkom, Witwatersrand, also known as the Kaalvallei Mine.
 
Minter, Thomas Leonard Wyatt (I1264)
 
10015 Thomas was born before his mother married, was regisred as Thomas ELMER but appears in the 1891 census as Thomas BANISTER. BANISTER, Thomas (I3121)
 
10016 Thomas was evidently stillborn: he is described in his Dutch birth record as 'levenloos', lifeless. Minter, Thomas (I360)
 
10017 Thomas was living with his mother and brother in 1851.

His whereabouts after that are possibly
1861: a lodger, aged 30, farm labourer, born Lamarsh, Essex, at the Pheasant in East Mersea, Essex.
1871: a pauper (agricultural labourer), aged 45, born Alphamstone, living at the Tendring Union Workhouse.
1881: an inmate (agricultural labourer), aged 60, born Bures, Essex, living at the Tendring Union Workhouse.
As can be seen there are large discrepancies in ages and birthplaces. 
Minter, Thomas (I14)
 
10018 Thomas was the son of William White and Sarah Larkin, who married on 20 December 1735 at St Alphage Canterbury. Sarah was Thomas White's second wife and was from Wickhambreaux, Kent, father Francis Larkin. William's first wife was Mary, who had two children at Stodmarsh, Kent.

In addition to Thomas, William and Sarah had 5 other children. Of these their son Francis White, who was baptised at Stodmarsh on 20 October 1736, married Sarah Carden on 8 August 1762 at Herne, Kent. They had no children. In his Will Francis left money to children of his sister Jane and brother Thomas. 
WHITE, Thomas (I3569)
 
10019 Thomas's 1952 marriage certificate give's the groom's surname as Norval Harrison Grant but there is an official note in the margin which reads as follows:
In No 14 Col. 2 for "Norval Harrison Grant" read "Thomas Charles Minter" formerly known as "Norval Harrison Grant or Hugh Grant. Col. 7 for Father's name read "Thomas Charles Minter" (adoptive parent) and Col. 8 for rank or Profession read "Police Constable". Corrected on the fifth day of April 1953 A. J. Trillo in the presence of Francis Dudley Darken and Francis Ronald Gobey, Church Wardens
A Statutary declaration as to the facts having been made by Thomas Charles Minter (Adoptive Parent)
A J Trillo, Rector
F D Darken
F R Gobey
Church Wardens.

I've been unable to trace Thomas's birth registration in 1930 or 1931 under either Minter or Grant. His birth year of about 1930 is extrapolated from his 1952 marriage certificate on which his age was given as 21. 
Minter, Thomas Charles (I231)
 
10020 Thomas's birth certificate shows simply Thomas. At some stage, Thomas became Thomas Henry Minter.

1860 US census (probably refers to this Thomas): aged 21, living in 3 Ward City of Toledo, Lucas, Ohio.

1870 U. S. Census North East, Erie County, New York
Thomas Minter 32
Marion Minter 32
Fred Minter 6

1880 U. S. Census Buckskin Gulch, Park County, Colorado
Thomas H. Minter 41 Miner
Marion Minter 40 Wife Keeps House
Fred Minter 17 Son Miner

1885 U.S. Census Fremont County, Colorado
Thomas Minter
Marion Minter Wife
Fred Minter Son

Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery, Canon City, Fremont County, Colorado
Thomas H. Minter d. 25 November 1896 age 57 yrs 8 mths. There is a picture of the headstone on Rosemary Henschell's Ancestry tree.
 
Minter, Thomas Henry (I2265)
 
10021 Thomas's birthplace is given as Ireland in the 1861 census, as Belfast, Ireland in the 1871 & 1881 censuses.

1861 census: at Little Cothier(?), Norton, Kent (both ATKINS), Thomas (39, railway labourer, born Ireland) and Eliza (47, born Eastling).

1871 census: in a cottage in Eastling, Kent (both ATKINS), Thomas (49, farm labourer, born Belfast, Ireland) and Eliza Harriett (54, born Eastling).

1881 census: in Greestreet, Lynsted, Kent (both ATKINS), Thomas (58, ag lab, born Belfast, Ireland) and Eliza (63, born Eastling).

Thomas died in Q1 1886 according to Peter Spain's family tree but it's unclear why the death was registered in Holborn. Another Thomas ATKINS death was registered, age 67, in Q1 1889 in Medway. A death certificate would show which is correct.

1891 census: Eliza ATKINS (widow, 75, born Eastling) was a visitor with Charlotte FULLER (widow, 82) at Gold Well Farm, Aldington, Kent. Eliza died in 1893. 
ATKINS, Thomas (I4974)
 
10022 Thomas's date of birth is a guess based on the age of his wife when she died.

The London Gazette of 8 September 1761 carried the following announcement, which may relate to this family:
WHEREAS Thomas Minter, late, of Assington in the County of Suffolk, Blacksmith, is now a Prisoner in the Goal at Bury St. Edmunds in the County of Suffolk, and charged in Execution therein at my Suit ; I do hereby give Notice, that-I intend, at the next General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be held for the said County of Suffolk, or any Adjournment thereof, which shall happen next after Twenty Days from the Publication hereof, to Compel the said Thomas Minter to deliver into Court, upon Oath, and subscribe a Schedule of all his Estate and Effects, for the Benefit of his Creditors, pursuant to the Directions of an Act of Parliament passed in the First Year of the Reign of His present Majesty King George the Third, intitled, An Act for Relief of Insolvent Debtors. Witness my Hand the 12th Day of September, 1761.
Jeremiah Dister. 
Minter, Thomas (I14)
 
10023 Thomas's death is indexed in Zeeuwen Gezocht under the name Munter and his parent's names are given as John Munter and Janna Robinson. Thomas was 6 weeks old when he died. Minter, Thomas (I1135)
 
10024 Thomas's death is probably that registered in 1889 at Newtown, NSW (Reg no. 4064/1889), father William, mother Hannah. LLOYD, Thomas (I1320)
 
10025 Thomas's name appears on the Wells headstone without a death date. But he died in 2004, as the following, from findagrave.com, shows:
Thomas O. Wells Sr., 80, of 206 Lees Ridge Rd., died Friday, May 21, 2004, at his home.
He was born Oct. 11, 1923, in Pittsylvania County to Oliver Booker Wells and Mary Finney Wells.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife, Ella Raye Minter in 1997; a sister, Arlene Dove; and a brother, O. Bernard Wells.
He retired from DuPont with more than 38 years service. He was a member of Starling Avenue Baptist Church, where he served on the tellers committee. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias, DuPont Retirees Club and past president of the Dyers Store Ruritan Club.
Surviving are a son, Thomas O. Wells Jr.; two sisters, Christine W. Kirks and Lucy W. Clark; two grandsons; and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral will be held Monday at Starling Avenue Baptist Church. Dr. David Atkins will officiate. Burial will follow in Roselawn Burial Park. 
WELLS, Thomas Obie Sr. (I890)
 
10026 Thomas's naval service record at the National Archives show that he joined the Royal Navy on 22 January 1918. The record goes only up to 31 March 1918 and hints that he may have been transferred to another service. Minter, Henry Thomas Robert (I600)
 
10027 Thos. Hunsley of the parish of Hibaldstow & Elizth. Withers of this parish were married in this parish by licence. Both signed. Witnesses Richd Stephenson, Ann Smith, Rich. Withers all signed Family F524
 
10028 Timothy S Scherlie, 29 bachelor and Doris Hunsley, 19 maiden, both of Pierre, Hughes County. Family F451
 
10029 Tinch Minter writes: Jennifer lived in England from 1945 to about roughly 1964 when she returned to Jamaica and married a distant cousin David Browne - his family are descendants of my grandmother's aunts and uncles of Snape Abbey Farm where she was 'fostered' - Cipia and Harriet Groom - who both did the ton and are buried in Snape churchyard - and their brother known only to me as Captain Groom who retired to Jamaica and founded a regular dynasty. Minter, Jennifer Rosemary Ann (I62)
 
10030 Tinch Minter writes: Minnie Wayling was an orphan, born in Eye, Suffolk, fostered by Aunts Cipia and Harriet of Snape. My father believed her parents died possibly of cholera.

As Mrs M E Minter, appeared in the 1955, 1956, 1957 and 1959 telephone diectories at 16 High Street, Halstead, telephone Halstead 2246.

From England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 at Ancestry.com:
Minter Minnie Emily of 16 High Street Halstead Essex widow died 19 October 1962 Administration Ipswich 2 June 1964 to the reverend Richard Arthur Minter clerk in Holy Orders. £2892. 
WAYLING, Minnie Emily (I6)
 
10031 Tom, 28, an ironmonger of Market Place, Askern. Sheffield 9c/992 Source (S76)
 
10032 Tombstone at St Peter, Thanet:
Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth daughter of Thomas and Mary Minter who died 29 January 1856 aged 19 years. The will of the Lord be done.
Also of Sarah the beloved wife of James Wales who died 14 July 1908 age 74. Her children arise up and call her blessed, her husband also and he praiseth her. 
Minter, Sarah Hodgeman (I97)
 
10033 Tombstone at St Peter, Thanet:
Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth daughter of Thomas and Mary Minter who died 29 January 1856 aged 19 years. The will of the Lord be done.
Also of Sarah the beloved wife of James Wales who died 14 July 1908 age 74. Her children arise up and call her blessed, her husband also and he praiseth her. 
Minter, Elizabeth Hodgeman (I99)
 
10034 Tombstone gives name as Charlie B son of JS & RE Minter. "Our darling" Minter, Charles B (I952)
 
10035 Tombstone in Oakwood Cemetery is engraved:
IOLA M WISHARD
Daughter of
Mr & Mrs P A Minter
May 16 1899

findagrave.com says "Must be buried in another location and under a different last name perhaps. If anyone has details, please let me know so that I can update. " 
Minter, Iola (I6736)
 
10036 Tombstone in St Lawrence, Thanet:
Martha Hoile died 1825
Benjamin Hoile died 1869
Fanny Holie died 1872. 
Minter, Martha (I2194)
 
10037 Tombstone in Upper Walmer:
Sylvia
Dearly beloved child of W. and E. Minter
aged 1 year and 7 months
Gerald Robert [Hubert per birth and death registrations] aged 4 months
Neta Jane aged 4 months. 
Minter, Sylvia Martha J (I168)
 
10038 Tombstone in Upper Walmer:
Sylvia
Dearly beloved child of W. and E. Minter
aged 1 year and 7 months
Gerald Robert [Hubert per birth and death registrations] aged 4 months
Neta Jane aged 4 months. 
Minter, Gerald Hubert (I179)
 
10039 Tombstone in Upper Walmer:
Sylvia
Dearly beloved child of W. and E. Minter
aged 1 year and 7 months
Gerald Robert [Hubert per birth and death registrations] aged 4 months
Neta Jane aged 4 months. 
Minter, Neta Jane (I190)
 
10040 Tombstone inscribed 'COWBOY TO THE END'.

Bill appears to have been married several times. The wife shown, Mary Ann SHOLARS, is the one who was in the file when I received it from Clifton Minter.
The other possible wives found in the Texas Marriage Index are:
Brenda Sue PADGETT 9 Sep 1968 at Brazoria County.
Gabriele J SCOTT 1 Aug 1979 at Montague County; divorced 7 May 1971, no children.
Linda R MISHLER 11 Nov 1971 at Montgomery County; divorced 6 Nov 1972, no children.
Sandra A KENNEDY 17 Dec 1999 at Houston County.

The Texas Birth Index suggested there might also have been:
Jery SPEAR, mother of William Derrold MINTER born 21 Mar 1959, Harris County
Olita GIGNES or GIDDENS, mother of Robert Morris MINTER born 6 Dec 1960, Brazoria County, of Susan Marie MINTER born 30 Oct 1961, Brazoria County and of a second Robert Morris MINTER born 9 Nov 1964, Harris County. 
Minter, William Derold "Bill" (I5573)
 
10041 Tombstone inscribed 'Texas AE3 US Navy'. Minter, Gary Kenneth (I7899)
 
10042 Tombstone Inscription:
PFC US Army / Korea

From www.zoominfo.com, June 2015:

The State | 03/30/2006 | George Blair Minter
www.thestate.com, 30 Mar 2006 [cached]
George Blair Minter
RICHMOND, Va. - Mr. George Blair Minter, age 77 of 4101 Donaldwood Drive, Richmond, VA, formerly of Columbia, SC, and Chester, SC, died Tuesday, March 28 in Henrica Doctors' Hospital-Parham Campus, Richmond, VA.A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday in Evergreen Cemetery, Chester, SC, with the Rev. Clay Waldrip officiating.
Mr. Minter was born August 6, 1928, in Chester, SC, to the late William Sumter Minter and the late Minnie Roberta Carter Minter.He had been a newspaper reporter for The State-Record and then the Richmond Leader.He had retired from the Virginia state government.Mr. Minter was a graduate of Chester High School, attended Furman University and was a graduate of the University of South Carolina.He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served in Europe where he was on the staff of The Stars & Stripes.
 
Minter, George Blair (I6566)
 
10043 Tombstone inscription:
Sarah A. Dau. of Stephen G. & Elizabeth L. d. May 17, 1865, AE 16 Yrs. 3 Mos. 17 Days 
Minter, Sarah (I228)
 
10044 Tombstone is engraved "Our Mother". Minter, Frances A "Fannie" (I1271)
 
10045 Tombstone is engraved 'Kate Minter Green'. Minter, Sallie Kate (I1265)
 
10046 Tombstone is engraved:
In Memory of
Martha Sherer
wife of
Wm Sherer
& daughter of
John & Jane Minter
who died
April 26 1853
Age: 59 years, 1 month & 6 days 
Minter, Martha (I4522)
 
10047 Tombstone is inscribed 'Son of M & R Minter'. Minter, Byron (I6850)
 
10048 Tombstone is inscribed 'Wife of Maxwell M Minter'. SHIPLEY, Rachel A (I6849)
 
10049 Tombstone is inscribed:

THERESA SHAFER MINTER VOLLMER
WIDOW OF LEWIS S MINTER
JULY 15 1905
FEBRUARY 15 1988

The name 'Vollmer' seems to suggest a send marriage.

As Theresa S MINTER, at the 1940 US census, Theresa (34, widow, elementary school teacher) was a boarder with Lucille STICKLEY in Blacksburg, Mongomery, Virginia. 
SHAFER, Theresa (I4640)
 
10050 Tombstone records that Carl was an SFC in the US Army in WW2. Further details at www.ww2enlistment.org. Not married when he enlisted on 30 April 1946.

An obituary at Ancestry.co.uk (http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/16240265/person/465597921/photox/79e61389-7458-4a7f-a76c-a7e7c96ee8a7?src=search) says that he was preceded in daeth by his parents and 7 brothers, and survided by a sister, Mildred Stuart of North Platte, Nebraska and a son, Leland Hunsley of Kansas, and 2 grandsons. A wife isn't mentioned. 
HUNSLEY, Carl Leland "Red" (I983)
 

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