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11301 When his son was born in 1948, Jackie's occupation was boatbuilder. Minter, Jackie Sidney (I61)
11302 When Jane and Waldemar were baptised in 1889 address was 12 Charles Square.

1891 census: at 51 Charles Square, Shoreditch, London, Josef WERNER (36, tailor, born Hanover, Germany), Jean WERNER (21, German), William WERNER (5, born Charles Sq, London), Millicent WERNER (3, born Charles Sq, London), Waldemar WERNER (2, born Charles Sq, London) and Alexandria WERNER (6 months, born Charles Sq, London).

1901 census: at 51 Brunswick Place, Shoreditch, London, Josef WERNER (46, tailor, born Germany), Jennie WERNER (31, born Germany), Willie WERNER (14, born England), Melanige(?) WERNER (13, born England), Waldemar WERNER (12, born England), Amanda WERNER (10, born England), Annie WERNER (9, born England), Joseph WERNER (6, born England) and Jennie(?) WERNER (3, born England).

1911 census: at 234 St Pauls Rd, London N (7 rooms), Josef WERNER (head, 56, tailor (maker), employer at home, born Germany (Hanover)), Jenny WERNER (wife, 41, married 25 years, 10 children, 8 living, 2 died, born Germany (Leipzig)), Annie WERNER (daughter, 19, single, assists in above business, born London), Joseph WERNER (son, 16, single, assists in above business, born London), Jenny (daughter, 13, school, born London), Albert WERNER (son, 8, school, born London) and Violet WERNER (daughter, 2, born London).
Form signed Josef Werner. 
WERNER, Joseph (I25)
11303 When Percy's daughter was born, his occupation was 'butler - gunner in Royal Artillery'.

1911 census: at 16 Anhalt Road, Battersea, London (3 rooms), Percy Archibald (head, 28, married, butler, born Colchester, Essex), Fanny (wife, 31, married 2 years, 1 child, living, born Sligo, Ireland) and Hester Ivy (daughter, 1, born Battersea, London).
Form signed Percy Archibald Minter.

Percy's service record (at shows that he joined the RGA in November 1915, aged 31 years 4 months, a butler. He gave his next of kin as his wife Francis (sic) Minter of Swordale, Evanton, Ross-shire, whom he married in London on 11 April 1909. Two children are listed, Joy Hester born 17 March 1910 at 3 Park Road, London, and Sarah Violet born 16 January 1917 at Kiltearn (there is a second date 12 February 1917 given but its meaning isn't clear).
Percy wasn't mobilized until 30 May 1916. His service number was 91670. He was demobed at Lough Swilly in Ireland.

Percy appeared in the 1930, 1932, 1933, 1935, 1937 - 39 Electoral Registers with several others, including Viscountess Harcourt, at 1 Belgrave Place, Knightsbridge, London. In the 1946 & 1948 Registers he was at 77 Chester Square, Knightsbridge. In the 1964 Register he lived with Sarah V Minter, presumably his daughter, at 68 Stonecot Hill, Sutton, Surrey.

1939 Register: at 2 Harcourt Cottages, Guildford R.D., Surrey
Minter, Percy born 11 Aug 1884, widowed, butler

Probate details:
MINTER, Percy Archibald of 68 Stonecot Hill Sutton Surrey died 10 October 1967 at St Helier Hospital, Carshalton, Surrey. Probate London 15 December to Hester Ivy Keeble married woman and Sarah Violet Minter spinster £8877. 
Minter, Percy Archibald (I686)
11304 When Phillip married on 25 August 1940 his name was entered as Phillip MINTZ otherwise Minter. He was 40 years old, a bachelor gown manufacturer's agent of 119 Highbury New Park, Islington, London and his father was Israel Mintz, a general merchant. Phillip's bride was 23 year-old Norah Leishman, a spinster shorthand typist for the Red Cross Society, of 51 Heathland Road, Stoke Newington, London, father Jacob Leishman, fur and skin merchant. Phillip and Norah married at Stamford Hill Beth Hamedrash in a Jewish ceremony witnessed by Leon Konigsberg and Morris Sugarman.
Family F1
11305 When Sallie married in 1906 she did so as Sallie BATEMAN, widow. Minter, Sallie (I3819)
11306 When Samuel married Annie Elizabeth SECRET in 1889, on his side the marriage was registered under Samuel Edward JOYCE and under Samuel E MINTER.
Correspondence with Ray Eyles in December 2007 has revealed that the Samuel Edward was in fact the illegitimate son of Eliza Minter, most probably she born Q1 1842, Christchurch, Southwark, Surrey. It's not known who Samuel Edward's father was but it could conceivably have been Robert JOYCE, with whom Samuel Edward was living as son at the time of the 1871 and 1881 censuses. And, as shown below, Robert JOYCE was living with Samuel Edward as the latter's father in 1901. Whoever Samuel Edward's father was, there seems no doubt that he was brought up as Robert JOYCE's son.
When Samuel Edward was born his mother Eliza was resident in the Union Workhouse, Colchester. In 1861 Eliza was living with her brother Charles. Her world must have fallen apart after his conviction for rape and transportation to Australia in 1865 but what then happened to her is anyone's guess. No trace of Eliza has been found in the 1871 or later censuses.

1891 census: at 21 Albert Road, St Peter, Colchester, Samuel JOYCE (20, journeyman baker), Annie JOYCE (21, tailor's machinist) and Albert E JOYCE (6 months)

1901 census (indexed by as TOYER), at 8 Maidenhurst Street, Colchester, Samuel JOYCE (30, master baker), Anne JOYCE (30), Albert JOYCE (10), George JOYCE (8) and Frederick JOYCE (5). Living with them was Samuel's father Robert JOYCE, age given as 52 and married, a stone sawyer.

1911 census: at 8 Maidenhurst Street, Colchester, Essex (5 rooms), Samuel Edward (head, 40, married, baker, own a/c, born Colchester), Annie Eliz (wife, 40, married 21 years, 6 children, 5 living, 1 died), wife, born Colchester), George Harold (17, single, moulder & casemaker, worker, born Colchester), Frederick George (son, 16, single, born Colchester), Clifford Leonard (son, 9, born Colchester) and Claude Hamilton (son, 8 months, born Colchester).
Form signed Samuel Edward Minter.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at, Nov 2010):
MINTER Samuel Edward of 13 Beche-road Colchester retired baker died 26 May 1922 Probate Ipswich 30 June 1922 to Walter John Watts dairyman. Effects £1886 10s 9d. 
Minter, Samuel Edward (I254)
11307 When Sarah, Thomas Minter, Jane & Elizabeth were baptised, Thomas was at Thitham Hill, near Ash, Kent, a yeoman.

6 June 1839: Thomas was a witness at the marriage of Collett/Tomlin.

1851 census: at Twitham Hill, Ash next sandwich, Kent, Thomas M TOMLIN (70, farmer of 230 acres emplooying 28 men and 4 boys, born Birchington, Kent) and Sarah (57, born Margate, Kent). Also a groom and two house servants.

Death announcement in The Times (London, England), Thursday, Sep 03, 1857; pg. 1; Issue 22776.:
"On the 29th August at Ash, next Sandwich, Kent, Thomas Minter Tomlin Esq., in the 78th year of his age." 
TOMLIN, Thomas Minter (I51)
11308 When she died Hannah was at 104 Main Street, Wombwell. The remarks column on the burial record shows an entry "9 Middlesex St." which was where Job Malkin was living in 1929. It's not known who Hannah Holden (a stay maker) was. Florence Malkin must have been Hannah's daughter, possibly a victim of the 1918 'flu.

1939 Register - supplied by John J Minter:
9, Middlesex Street, Barnsley.
Hannah Walker, Born 20th March, 1865, Unpaid Domestic Duties. (Widow)
Edwin Malkin, Born 28th December, 1885; Coal Hewer, Heavy Worker. (Hannah's Stepson) Single
Ada Fletcher, Born 16th February, 1915; single, Unpaid Domestic Duties. (Who She?) 
Minter, Hannah (I158)
11309 When she married in 1749 at Norwich Cathedral, Sybilla's given age was 22. Her parents were Richard and Sybilla CHATTON. CHATTON, Sybilla (I1522)
11310 When she was buried aged 7 months Mary's address was recorded as Parliament Road. Minter, Mary Ann E (I380)
11311 When son Cecil was baptised Edward, a solicitor's clerk, & Georgina lived at 10 Carlton Villas, Ealing; in July 1902 when William Albert was baptised they were at 23 Murray Road, Ealing; in April 1906 when Kathleen was baptised the address shown was 21 Marray Road..

1911 census: living at 5 Murray Road, Ealing, London, a 5 roomed house, Edward Alfred (33, married, formerly solicitors clerk now incapacitated, private means, born Kensington, Middlesex), Georgina (wife, 35, married 13 years, four children, all living, born Bethnal Green, London), Edward Arthur Brock (son, 11, school, born Stepney, London), Cecil Joseph Brock (son, 10, school, born Ealing, Middlesex), William Albert Brock (son, 8, born Ealing Middlesex), Katheleen Maud Brock (daughter, 5, born Ealing, Middlesex) and Martha Jane Cooper (lodger, 71, widow, monthly nurse, born Clapham, London). Form signed Edward Alfred Minter.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at, Nov 2010):
MINTER Edward Alfred of 5 Murray-road Ealing Middlesex died 2 February 1920 Administration London 12 April 1923 to Georgina Minter widow. Effects £98 10s. 
Minter, Edward Alfred (I700)
11312 When son Charles Albert was baptised Albert was a dairyman living at 181 Commercial Road.

1939 Register: at 77 Napier Road, Portsmouth C.B., Hampshire
MINTER, Albert born 10 Aug 1892, married,painter decorator
MINTER, Mary A born 5 May 1893, married, unpaid domestic duties
MINTER, David J born 1 May 1917, single, permanent way labourer
MINTER, Sidney born 29 Aug 1924, single, window dresser apprentice
MINTER, then LININGTON, Hilda (Iris Betty inserted in red) born 19 Oct 1921, single, shop assistant
--- 3 closed records --- 
Minter, Albert (I384)
11313 When son Charles was baptised in 1840 William was a servant of 63 Marylebone Lane.

1841 census: at Broad Wall, Christchurch, Southwark, Surrey, William (25, greengrocer), Emma (25) and Charles (1). None born in Surrey.

1844 Thompson's London Commercial Dirctory: Wm. - greengrocer, 11 Broadwall, Blackfriars.

William was a greengrocer of Broad Wall when children Eliza, Joseph and William were baptised in 1842 and 1848.

1851 census: at 11 Broadwall, Christchurch, Southwark, Surrey, William (35, greengrocer), Emma (37, at home, born Stanway, Essex), Charles (11, scholar), Eliza (9, scholar), William (5, scholar) and Joseph (3, scholar). All four children were said to have been born in Christchurch, Surrey.

Post Office Directories 1856, 1857, 1858 & 1859 list William Minter, van proprietor, 11 Broadwall, Blackfriars.

1861 census: at The Clarence Inn, Holy Trinity, Colchester, Essex, William (46, innkeeper), Emma (46, born Thorpe-le-Soken), William (16, carpenter) and Joseph (13, scholar).
See for a description of The Clarence, now known as The Purple Dog. The description notes that "Local newspapers in 1857 recorded that the said William Minter was refused a renewal of the licence of the Clarence, Trinity Street, 'it being a most notorious house'." Could there be a connection here with William's son Charles's "loathsome disease", which, it was alleged, was communicated by Charles to the victim of the alleged rape in 1862?

Another Colchester pub, the Abbey Gate in Stanwell Street, was run by William's brother-in-law William Tyler and his wife Elizabeth Tyler nee Minter.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at, Nov 2010):
15 November 1861 Effects under £200. The Will of William Minter late of Colchester in the County of Essex Publican deceased who died 5 November 1861 at Colchester aforesaid was proved at Ipswich by the oath of Emma Minter of Colchester aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

1871 census: at 2 Eld Lane, Holy Trinity, Colchester, Essex, Emma (56, widow, householder, born Stanway). 
Minter, William (I10)
11314 When son George William was baptised in 1843, address was Pickering Place, Paddington, occupation servant.

1851 census: George William (7) and John (5) were staying with their grandfather Nathaniel (qv). No trace of their parents.

Witness at St George Ramsgate, Thanet on 10 July 1855. A coastguard at Ramsgate in 1856. A police officer at Ramsgate between 1858 and 1861.

1861 census: at 3 Townley Street, Ramsgate, Kent, William H (36, police constable, born Eastry, Kent), Jane (38, born Washington, Sussex), George W (17, shoemaker, born Paddington, Middx), Georgiana (8, scholar, born Hertford) and Albert (6, scholar, born Eastry). No trace of John.

A police officer at Townley Street, Ramsgate in 1863.

1871 census: at 5 Townley Street, Ramsgate, Kent, William H (47, porter, born Eastry, Kent), Jane (48, born Washington, Sussex), Georgiana (18, servant, born Hertford, Herts), Albert (16, brickmaker, born Eastry, Kent), William H (13, plasterer, born Ramsgate, Kent), Charles (9, scholar, born Ramsgate, Kent) and Frederick A (7, scholar, born Ramsgate, Kent). Also staying were Mary Ann DRAYSON, (39, niece, unmarried, tailoress) and Minnie A. WOOD, (9, niece, scholar). Son George William (27) was a hospital porter at the Kent Ophthalmic Hospital, Maidstone.

Appeared in the Post Office Directory of 1878 as William Henry Minter, lodging house keeper, 5 Townley Street, Ramsgate.

1881 census: William lived with his daughter Georgiana (qv) at 39 Alexandra Road, St Lawrence. Son George William was living at 6 St John Street, Margate, aged 36 a general labourer.

1891 census: at 8 Kent Place, Ramsgate, William H (66, luggage porter), 3rd wife Eliza H (53, born Deal) and George H FORWARD (stepson, 19, billiard marker, born Ramsgate).

Melville & Co 1895 Directory, Ramsgate includes W H Minter, 8 Kent Place, Ramsgate.
Appeared in Kelly's Directory for Kent, 1895 as William Minter, apartments, 8 Kent Place, Ramsgate.

William may have died in Q1 1898, aged 73, St Olave Bermondsey 1d/97, but why would he have been in Bermondsey? The fact that William's wife is listed in 1899 under her own name, supports the idea that William died in 1898.

Melville & Co 1899 Directory, Ramsgate and St Lawrence includes Mrs W H Minter, lodging house, 8 Kent Place, Ramsgate.

Kelly's Directory and Guide of the Isle of Thanet, 1897 - 98 includes W H Minter, 8 Kent Place, Ramsgate.

Kelly's Directory and Guide of the Isle of Thanet, 1898 - 99, 1900 - 01 and 1901 - 02 include Mrs W H Minter, 8 Kent Place, Ramsgate (lodging house keeper).

Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1899 includes Mrs E Minter, 8 Kent Place, Ramsgate (apartments).

1901 census: at 8 Kent Place, Ramsgate, Eliza H (62, widow, lodging house keeper on her own account). 
Minter, William Henry (I1274)
11315 When son John William was christened in 1872 John was a carman living at 20 Church Place, Paddington.
When son George was christened in 1874 John was a carman living in Church Place, Paddington.
When daughter Frances Jane and son Albert Whitby were christened in 1876 & 1878 John was a carman living at 7 Wellings Place, Paddington.
When daughter Rose Marian was christened in 1880 John was a carman living at 12 Carlisle Place, Maida Hill.
When daughter Marian Elizabeth was christened in 1882 John was a coal dealer living at 12 Carlisle Place.
When son Reuben Whitby was christened in 1884 John was a fishmonger living at 351 Edgware Road.
When daughter Mabel was christened in 1886 John was a fishmonger living at 7 Chippenham Mews.
When son Walter Seymour was christened in 1890 John was a fishmonger living at 12 Windsor Gardens.

1881 census: (indexed as LAYLESS and name on record appears to be LAYLESS): at 12 Carlisle Place, Marylebone, London (all CAYLESS), John (head, 34, coffee stall keeper, born Melton Mowbray), Jane A (wife, 31, cook & domestic servant, born Paddington)), John W (son, 8, scholar, born Paddington), George (son, 6, scholar, born Paddington), Frances J (daughter, 5, scholar, born Paddington), Albert W (son, 3, born Paddington) and Rose M (daughter, 1, born Marylebone).
Another family, RICHARDSON, was at the same address.
John's brother Stephen appears on the same page.

1891 census: at 12 Windsor Gardens, Paddington, London (all CAYLESS), John (head, 43, fishmonger, born Melton Mowbray), Jane Ann (wife, 41, born Paddington)), John W (son, 18, baker, born Paddington), Albert W (son, 13, scholar, born Paddington), Rose M (daughter, 11, scholar, born Paddington), Marian E (daughter, 9, scholar, born Paddington), Reuben (son, 7, scholar, born Paddington) and Walter J (son, 1, born Paddington).

1901 census (indexed and recorded as CAYLISS): at 12 Windsor Gardens, Paddington, London (all CAYLESS), John (head, 53, general labourer, born Melton Mowbray), Jane A (wife, 51, born Paddington), Maria E (daughter, 19, general domestic, born Paddington), Reuben W (son, 16, railway porter, born Paddington) and Walter J (son, 11, born Paddington).

1911 census: not found. 
CAYLESS, John (I437)
11316 When son Matthew was baptised in 1886 Matthew was a labourer living at 8 Lombard Buildings, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea.

October 1888: a labourer at 8 Sun Court, Cheyne Walk.

1891 census: at 4 Sun Court, Chelsea: Matthew (29, laundryman), Rebecca (25), Matthew (4) and Matthew's brother Henry (25, agricultural labourer).

August 1891: a labourer at 8 Sun Court, Cheyne Walk.

October 1893, February 1896: a labourer at 4 Sun Court, Cheyne Walk.

1901 census: at 4 Sun Court, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea: Matthew (40, general labourer), Rebecca (35), Matthew (14, errand boy), Henry (9), Maude (7), Ernest (5) and Sidney (5 months).

1911 census: at 15 Church Street, Chelsea, London (3 rooms), Matthew (head, 49, married, labourer, Boro of Chelsea), Rebecca (wife, 45, married 26 years, 7 children 6 living 1 died), Matthew (son, 24, single, porter, furnisher), * , Harry (son, 19, platen machine hand, printer), Maud (daughter, 17, button hole machinist, dressmaker), Ernest (son, 15, field line polishing, optician), Sidney (son, 10, school) and Emily (daughter, 5, school). All born Chelsea, London.
* there is a crossed out entry for Lilly (daughter, 21, single) - I wonder why?
Form signed Matthew Minter.

London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965 at, March 2013:
1915: Matthew Minter at 38 Church Street, Chelsea, London
1918, 1919, 1920, 1921: Matthew Henry Thomas & Rebecca Minter at 38 Church Street, Chelsea, London
1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927: Matthew Henry Thomas & Rebecca Minter, Ernest Minter, Sidney Mark Minter at 38 Church Street, Chelsea, London
1928: Matthew Henry Thomas & Rebecca Minter, Sidney Mark Minter at 38 Church Street, Chelsea, London
1929, 1930: Matthew Henry Thomas & Rebecca Minter, Sidney Mark Minter, Emily Minter, Maud Minter at 38 Church Street, Chelsea, London
1931, 1932: Matthew Henry Thomas & Rebecca Minter, Emily Minter, Maud Minter at 38 Church Street, Chelsea, London
1933, 1934: Matthew Henry Thomas, Emily Minter, Maud Minter at 38 Church Street, Chelsea, London
1936: Matthew Henry Thomas, Emily Minter, Maud Minter at 57 Redburn Street, Chelsea, London
1937, 1938, 1939: Matthew Henry Thomas, Maud Minter at 57 Redburn Street, Chelsea, London.
No entries for Matthew later than 1939 found. 
Minter, Matthew Henry Thomas (I3)
11317 When son Robert Harry was baptised Robert was a carpenter of 8 Harwell Terrace, Willow Walk, Bermondsey. GROOMBRIDGE, Robert Michael (I755)
11318 When son Ronald was baptised in 1869 his father was described as gentleman, of Knowle Road.

1871 census: a very strange entry seems to fit: at 17 Knowle Road, St Mary Lambeth, Rousel A McDOWELL (25, market clerk, born Middlesex), Alice C McDOWELL (26, born Lambeth), Rousel D McDOWELL (2, born Lambeth) and Herbert McDOWELL (11 months, born Lambeth). Plus 2 domestic servants.

When son Herbert and daughter Mary Alice were baptised in September 1871 their father was described as commercial clerk, of 17 Knowle Road.

1881 census (indexed by Ancestry as Mc Donald): at 116 Poplar Walk Road, Brixton, London, Alice (widow, 34, no occupation) and Jessie Maud (6, scholar).

1891 census: at Granville House, Station Road, Herne, Kent, Alice (widow, 45, living on own means), Ronald (21, cabinet maker & upholsterer), Herbert (20, theological student), Jessie M (16) and Henry R (8, scholar). Plus a boarder, a theological student.

1901 census: at Lincoln House, Bellings Road, Herne Bay, Kent, Alice (widow, 54, living on own means), Ronald (31, commercial traveller), Louisa (28), Jessie M (26) and Henry (18, shorthand clerk). Plus a general servant.

1911 census: at 11 Ruskin Walk, Herne Hill, London SE (6 rooms), Alice (head, 65, widow, 6 children all living, lady, born Walworth, Surrey), Ronald (son, 41, single, commercial traveller, chemical, worker, born Lambeth,Surrey), Mary Alice (daughter, 38, single, draper, own account, born Lambeth,Surrey), Jessie Maud (daughter, 35, single, lady, born Lambeth,Surrey) and Henry Richard (son, 28, single, journalist, worker, born Lambeth,Surrey)
Form signed Alice McDonald.

MCDONALD, Ronald Alexander (I294)
11319 When they married both John and Sarah were 24 and living at Coal Pit Lane and Burgess St respectively. John's profession was Fender Smith. John'sfather, George, was also a Fender Smith and Sarah's father, John Smith,was a Fruiterer(?). Family F363
11320 When they married, Charles and Ann were 'of full age'. John was a Clerk,living in Netherthorpe Street. His father, William, was a Pen BlockGrinder. Ann was living in Clarance (sic) Street; her father, Joseph, wasa Metal Smith. Family F364
11321 When they married, Charles was 20, living at 16 Main Road, Handsworth,Sheffield and Florence was 24, living at 10 Loseley View Rd. Charles'father, John, was described as a Fender & Fire-guard manufacturer.Florence's father (deceased), Thomas, was a Warehouseman. Charles'occupation was given as Pattern maker,-Engineers The witnesses wereWalter Wilfred Lake and George Harry Gregory. Family F333
11322 When they were married by banns in 1741, Samuel was a 'widower of this parish'; Susanna (Mynter) was a 'singlewoman of this parish'. Family F374
11323 When this individual was originally imported from Stephen Hunsley's work on the Hunsley family, he was known as 'William Stephen Hunsley born 14 August 1775 in Kirton'. However, the baptism (shown in the Kirton PR covering 1766 - 1806) on 14 August 1775 was of 'Wiiliam son of Stephen & Mary Hunsley', and there is no baptism of a Stephen Hunsley about that date. The marriage which took place on 12 December 1811 in Kirton-in-Lindsey was between Stephen Hunsley and Mary Lawman. After considering all the available information, including the censuses below, I've come to the conclusion that Stephen was probably Stephen & Mary's son, born about 1790. But I've been unable to find his baptism.

Most of Stephen and Mary's children were baptised in Scotter but William and Elizabeth appear to have been baptised in Kirton-in-Lindsey. The two places are only about 4½ miles apart.

1841 census (indexed as UNNLEY by Ancestry and recorded as UNSLEY), in Scotter, Lincs, Stephen (51, ag lab), Mary (48), Sarah (25), Stephen (13), Edward (10) and Emila * (5).

1851 census, in Sands, Scotter, Lincs (all HUNSLEY except where shown) , Stephen (61, ag lab, born Kirton), Mary (58, born Kirton), Mary (daughter, 31, born Scotter), Maria HARRIS (daughter, widow, 25, born Scotter), Emily * (daughter, 15, born Scotter), William (son, 7, born Scotter) and Amos SHARP ** (grandson, 2, born Scotter).

* Emily was baptised on 3 April 1836 as the illegitimate daughter of Sarah HUNSLEY of Scotter - assumed to be Stephen's daughter Sarah. Emily is listed here as Sarah's daughter.

** Amos's birth was registered at Gainsborough in Q4 1848 (14/333) as Amos Sharp HUNSLEY. I cannot find a baptism at Scotter for him and cannot discover what became of him.

1861 census - see son John's Notes.

HUNSLEY, Stephen (I582)
11324 When Thomas was born his father's occupation was general dealer.

1901 census: at 16 Grosvenor Road, St Mary & St John the Evangelist (Westminster), Thomas (31, printer compositor) and Margaret (32).

In November 1904 Thomas, compositor, and Margaret lived at 31 Broxash Road, Battersea, London.

1911 census: at 22 Peabody Cottages, Herne Hill, London SE (5 rooms), Thomas (head, 41, married, compositor, printing, worker, born Whitechapel, London), Margaret (wife, 42, married 16 years, 3 children, all living, born Edinburgh, Scotland), Thomas Charles (son, 8, born Clapham, London), Harry (son, 6, born Clapham, London) and Stella Margaret (daughter, 4, born Norwood, Surrey).
Form signed Thomas Minter.

Thomas appeared in the 1939 telephone directory at Devoran, Romford Road, Pembury, Kent, telephone number Pembury 135.

1939 Register: at Devoran, Romford Road, Tonbridge R.D., Kent
Minter, Thomas born 31 Jul 1869, married, printer's reader, retired
Minter, Jessie M born 7 Nov 1875, married, unpaid domestic work
Minter, Stella M born 8 Nov 1906, single, poultry farming; ARP ambulance driver
--- 2 closed records ---

From England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 at
Minter Thomas of Devoran Romford Road Pembury Kent died 12 January 1951 Probate London 6 March to Jessie Maude Minter widow. Effects £3390. 
Minter, Thomas (I673)
11325 Whitstable Parish Register, extracred by Cliff Minter May 2006:
1846 November 2. Charles Smith of full age, bachelor, mariner of Whitstable, father William Smith coalmeter and Effeld Minter of full age spinster of Whitstable, father James Minter, mariner, by banns. Both made their mark. Witnesses were James Wheeler who made his mark and Stephen Brice who signed. 
Family F73
11326 Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald 01 October 1887:
MINTER - On the 10th Sept, at Goodnestone Court, Faversham, the wife Thos. Minter of a daughter. 
Minter, Belinda (I2415)
11327 Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald 23 August 1873:
Faversham - August 19th, at 1, Underdown-terrace, the wife of Mr. W. Minter, of a son.
Baptised as Henry.

1901 census: Harry (27, provision merchant) and Alice L (31) were living at 22 Greyhound Road, Fulham, London. Daughter Aileen (1, born Fulham, London) was living with her grandparents, Edward James and Alice NICHOLLS at 10 Fountain Street, Whitstable, Kent.

1911 census (1): At 175 Heath Road, Twickenham [Brentford census district] (5 rooms), Harry (head, 37, married, stationer & tobacconist, own account from home, born Herne Bay, Kent) and Alice Linda (wife, 40, married 12 years, 1 child, living, sub postmistress, born Whitstable, Kent).
Form signed Harry Minter
1911 census (2): daughter Aileen (11, at school, born Fulham, London) was still living with her grandparents, Edward James (63, oyster dedger (unemployed)) and Alice (60) NICHOLLS at Heathfield Villa, Whitstable, Kent (7 rooms). Also there were their son Hubert NICHOLLS (32, married, ironmonger) and daughter Margaret NICHOLLS (22, assistant school mistress).

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941, at, November 2010
MINTER Harry of 10 Colne-road Twickenham Middlesex died 21 August 1929 Probate London 12 November 1929 to Alice Linda Minter widow. Effects £2092 2s 6d. 
Minter, Harry (I1387)
11328 Who were Matthew's parents? He was probably the son of Henry and Elizabeth Minter, and possibly the brother of William Minter, currently the 'head' of the Chelsea(2) group. The following baptisms appear in the baptismal register of St Luke's, Chelsea:
- 4 Jan 1818, born 7 Oct 1817, Henry William son of Henry & Elizabeth, Kingshott Brompton, sailor. This is a mystifying entry - 'Kingshott Brompton' appears to be an address but I can find no such place. On the other hand. Kingshott was the maiden name of the Elizabeth who married Henry Minter in St Martin in the Fields on 13 Feb 1817.
- 2 Nov 1828, born 11 Apr 1823, Matthew son of Henry & Elizabeth, Cook's Ground, chaff cutter.
- 2 Nov 1828, born 11 Aug 1827, Mary daughter of Henry & Elizabeth, Cook's Ground, chaff cutter.
- 30 Jan 1831, born 1 Jan 1831, John son of Henry & Elizabeth, Cook's Ground, chaff cutter.
- 28 Mar 1832, born 10 Mar 1832, John son of Henry & Elizabeth, Cook's Ground, chaff cutter.
August 2014: I looked at all the marriages that took place at St Luke's, Chelsea in 1816 and 1817 and did not find any Minters. (London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921,

1841 census: the entry for Matthew (15, servant) in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea may refer to this Matthew.

1851 census: lodging at 4 Lewers Buildings, Chelsea, Matthew (27, horsekeeper). The surname on the census sheet looks more like MENTER than Minter.

When daughter Jane was baptised in 1857 Matthew & Sarah lived at 3 Church Street, Chelsea. Matthew a labourer. NB there is no subsequent trace of Jane.

1861 census: at 31 Lawrence Street, Chelsea, Matthew (40, waterproofer) and Sarah (32, laundress). Still at this address when son Matthew baptised in 1862; father a labourer. In 1866, just Lawrence Street, labourer.

When son John was baptised in 1869 Matthew & Sarah lived at 4 Lawrence Street, Chelsea.

1871 census: at 11 Lawrence Street, Chelsea, Matthew (48, labourer), Sarah (40), Matthew H T (9, scholar), Henry James (4, scholar) and John (1).

When daughter Mary Elizabeth was baptised in 1872 Matthew & Sarah lived at 6 Lombard's Buildings, Chelsea.

1881 census: at 4 Lombard Buildings, Chelsea, Matthew (59, bricklayer's labourer), Sarah (51), Matthew Hy. (19, bricklayer's labourer), Hy James (15), John (12) and Mary Elizabeth (10). 
Minter, Matthew (I1)
11329 Who's Who entry for Joseph Malaby Dent gives Isabella's father as Hugh RAILTON of Staindrop, Co. Durham. RAILTON, Isabella (I366)
11330 Wife Anne was added as a result of receiving the Ash Family Reconstitution Form from Cally Schneider in December 2012. The form doesn't give either Anne's surname or a date of marriage.
The form also shows a child from the marriage, Marie, baptised on 5 July 1640. Cliff Minter had found this baptism but until now it hadn't been linked to this Thomas Minter.

The FRF contains the following comment about Thomas. It hasn't been verified against any other documentation.
"Churchwarden's accounts/Hoden/1640/16acres/1645/nil" 
Minter, Thomas (I35)
11331 Wife's surname comes from Texas birth index entry for son Billie.

From, Aug 2015:

Milton Minter, 87, of Annona, Texas, died Saturday, July 5, 2008, in a local nursing home.

Mr. Minter was born July 19, 1920, in Red River County, Texas. He was a retired rancher and was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred Minter.

Survivors include three sons and two daughters-in-law, Bill and Gail Minter of Clarksville and Mickey and Judy Minter and Rickey Minter of Annona; two sisters, Mureline Cheyne of Boxelder, Texas, and Ruby Jean Ogletree of Farmers Branch, Texas; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.

Services will be 1 p.m. today at Salem Baptist Church, Boxelder, with the Rev. James Brown officiating. Burial will be in Boxelder Cemetery under direction of Clarksville Funeral Home. 
Minter, Milton (I7028)
11332 Wil proved on 11 February 1829 at Canterbury Archdeaconry Court. PETT, Ann (I12)
11333 Wiley Andrew did not marry, according to Clifton Minter's tree. Minter, Wiley Andrew (I3139)
11334 Wilfred Ethrem Minter, 21, bachelor, engine assistant of 182 Cauldwell Hall Road, Ipswich, father Samuel Minter, painter. Sybil Bessie Jay, 20, spinster, domestic help of 182 Cauldwell Hall Road, Ipswich, father Mervyn Jospeh jay, rounds foreman. Witnesses Mervyn Joseph Jay and John Welham. Family F96
11335 Wilfred Harold Mead, 31, batchelor, Shop Manager of 71 Pawleyne Road, Penge. Father Claude Daniel Mead, labourer. Frances Minter Hall, 20, spinster of 65 Pawleyne Road, father William Hall, railway examiner.
Witnessed by Elsie Frances Hall and Frank Henry Hornsby Mead 
Family F618
11336 Wilhelmina's marriage is inferred from the death of Johannis, the record of which gives Wilhelmina as 'echtgenoot', spouse. Minter, Wilhelmina (I1148)
11337 Will proved in 1806 * at Somerset House by brother Henry and nephews Stephen and William (according to Faversham Farmers Club book).
* according to Cliff Minter's index list of PCC Wills:
PROB 11/1445 Stephen Minter, yeoman of Goodnestone next Faversham, 10 June 1806, June 493.

Cliff Minter - tombstone at Goodnestone next Faversham (it's not clear whether there is more than one stone):
Stephen Minter
died 7 March 1806 aged 68
Sacred to the memory of Mary wife of
Stephen Minter of this parish who departed
this life (9) April (1782) age (49) years

Ann second wife of Stephen
died 28 Jan 1829 aged (?) 
Minter, Stephen (I10)
11338 Will proved November 1785 PPR Somerset House. Minter, Henry (I1141)
11339 Will: 1751 - Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, England
Richard Worley, husbandman. Reference to wife Sarah, dau. Elizabeth Salter, dau. Sarah Wootten & son Richard. 
WORLEY, Richard (husbandman of Chalfont St Giles) (I323)
11340 Willam was baptised at Walcot St Swithin on 25 May 1774 as the son of William and Ann (sic) Simper (sic).

1841 census: in Crescent Field Cottages, Lansdown, Walcot, Bath (both SEMPER, born in Somerset) William (65, saddler) and Martha (65).

William is listed in Pigot's Directory of Somerset c. 1844 as:
Semper William Edwards, saddleer, Upper Bristol road, Bath.

1851 census: in Bath St James (all born in Somerset) William E SEMPER (head, 76, annuitant), Rosina SEMPER (wife, 33, dress maker) and Maria WHIMPY (daughter in law, 18, dress maker). 
SEMPER, William Edwards (I76)
11341 William (as Wm H, 22, single, clerk) and his brother Henry (as Henry E, 19, single, clerk) sailed from London on 28 June 1907 bound for Sydney, Australia. The ship was the Ortona, master H Collins and there were 443 passengers on board.

1913 Electoral Roll in the Livingstone ,Capricornia district of Queensland:
William Honeywood Minter, Dalma Rd, farmer.

1919 Electoral Roll in the Rockhampton North, Capricornia district of Queensland:
William Honeywood Minter, Glenmore Rd near Stewart's Farm, labourer.
Rebecca Minter, Park Avenue, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1925 for Rockhampton North, Capricornia, Queensland includes at Queen's Park:
William Honeywood Minter, labourer
There is a Rebecca Minter, home duties on the same page but at a different address, Glenmore Road (see 1919 entry above).

Australian Electoral Roll, 1930 for Rockhampton North, Capricornia, Queensland includes at Macalister Street:
William Honeywood Minter, labourer
Rebecca Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1936 for Rockhampton, Capricornia, Queensland includes at Kalare Street:
William Honeywood Minter, packer
Rebecca Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1937 for Rockhampton, Capricornia, Queensland includes at 45 Pattison Street:
William Honeywood Minter, painter
Reginald William Minter, labourer.
Rebecca Minter, home duties, was listed at 45 Pattison Street but on a different page.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1943 for Rockhampton, Capricornia, Queensland includes at 6 Cambridge Street:
William Honeywood Minter, painter
Rebecca Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1949 for Brisbane, Queensland includes at 56 Kennigo Street, Valley:
William Honeywood Minter, painter.
The 1949 Electoral Roll for South Brisbane, Griffith also includes, at 67 Grey Street, South Brisbane:
Ronald James Minter, ironworker. [see below]

Australian Electoral Roll, 1954 for Coorparoo, Bowman, Queensland includes at 87 Wellers Road, Tarragindi:
William Honeywood Minter, labourer
Ronald James Minter, ironworker
Myrtle Lilian Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1958 for Manly, Bowman, Queensland includes at Old Cleveland Road, Belmont:
William Honeywood Minter, no occupation.
A second 1958 entry is in Carina, Bowman, at Darcy Road, Camp Hill:
William Honeywood Minter, no occupation.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1963 for Carina, Bowman, Queensland, at Darcy Road, Camp Hill:
William Honeywood Minter, no occupation.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1968 for Mount Gravatt, Moreton, Queensland, at 7 Thurlby Street, Mt Gravatt:
William Honeywood Minter, no occupation
Ronald James Minter, assistant
Myrtle Lilian Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1972 for Wishart, Bowman, Queensland, at 7 Thurlby Street, Upper Mt Gravatt:
William Honeywood Minter, no occupation
Ronald James Minter, assistant
Myrtle Lilian Minter, home duties.

William died in 1975.

It seems likely from the above census entries that William and Rebecca had two sons, Reginald William and Ronald James, and that Ronald James married Myrtle Lilian. 
Minter, William Honeywood (I17)
11342 William 29 widower, whitesmith of 9 Hartland Road, father William Minter, builder. Ellen Shuttleworth 30, spinster of 9 Hartland Road, father Abraham Shuttleworth, farmer. By banns. Winesses J G J Harding and Martha Robins. Family F4
11343 William adopted the surname BUSH after his mother married Alfred John BUSH. His death was registered as William James F BUSH.

1939 Register: at 47 Saint Peters Grove, Canterbury, Kent
BUSH, Wm J F born 25 Oct 1892, married, foreman, GPO engineers dept
BUSH, Ada L born 12 Nov 1899, married, housewife
BUSH, Margaret L born 28 Sep 1921, single, drapers assistant. 
BUSH (born Minter), William James Frederick (I1635)
11344 William after 1871 is difficult to track. It's unclear if and when he married. I haven't found him in the 1881 census but the following entries probably refer to him. He appears to be married to Ellen and, like brother John Butcher ELMER, to have moved to Mitcham, Surrey.

May 2016: email from Scott Hamilton:
"I am a great great grandson of William Elmer and Ellen Hickey. I can confirm you have found the correct census entries for William Elmer, son of John Elmer and Harriett Marshall.

I also have a TNG website, you can find William's profile here: «u»«/u»

William's surname was recorded as 'Almer' on his marriage certificate.

I saw a note on his father's John's page that you couldn't find his mother Harriett in 1911 or her record of her death. In 1911 she can be found living at 18 St Botolph, Colchester (Reference: RG14PN10292 RG78PN543 RD198 SD1 ED8 SN106). She died a year later in Colchester registration district, and her surname was indexed as 'Eliner'."

[JGM: I've looked at the website referenced above - it contains a lot of information, a little of which I've copied.}

1891 census: in Merton Lane, Mitcham, indexed and recorded as ELMA, William (26, carman, born 'N.K'), Ellen (wife, 26, field labourer, born 'N.K'), Ellen (daughter (6, born 'N.K') and Elizabeth (3, born 'N.K').

1901 census: at 33 Greyhound Lane, Mitcham, indexed as ELONA and recorded as ELMA , William (41, carter (contractors), born Colchester, Essex), Ellen (wife, 3_, born Mitcham, Surrey), Ellen (daughter (16, born Mitcham, Surrey), Elizabeth (11, born Mitcham, Surrey), William (9, born Mitcham, Surrey), Annie (7, born Mitcham, Surrey), John (4, born Mitcham, Surrey) and May (1, born Mitcham, Surrey).

1911 census: at 8 Shore Street, Mitcham (3 rooms) (all ELMER, William (49, horse driver, born Colchester, Essex), Ellen (wife, 47, married 28 years, 11 children, 9 living, 2 dead, born Mitcham, Surrey), William (19, golf caddie, born Mitcham, Surrey), Annie (17, domestic servant, born Mitcham, Surrey), John (14, born Mitcham, Surrey), May (10, born Mitcham, Surrey), Grace (8, born Mitcham, Surrey), Arthur (6, born Mitcham, Surrey) and Harriet (5, born Mitcham, Surrey).

I haven't tracked all these children further. 
ELMER, William (I3109)
11345 William and Cissie appear together in the 2007 Electoral Register. Minter, William James (I948)
11346 William and elder sister Jane were buried in the same plot at St Lukes, Chelsea on the same day in 1849. Their address was Garden Grove, Church St, Chelsea. Minter, William George (I12)
11347 William and Louisa had many children (17 according to the 1911 census), starting with William G about 1875*. Their son George was registered at Islington in Q1 1880 (1b/328) but appears to have been baptised as George MINTER on 21 November 1880 at St John Hollway (see baptism register at Since the address of the parents William & Louisa was given as 21 Raydon Street, there seems no doubt that it as George LONDON who was baptised, since that's the address at which the LONDON family were living at the 1881 census.
* William G was probably Louisa's illegitimate son. His birth was registered, as George William MINTER, in Q1 1875 at Islington RD, and baptised in the Islington Workhouse on 27 January 1875 as William George MINTER. His mother was shown as Louisa MINTER, a single woman living in the Workhouse. Given the proximity of William George's birth to his mother's marriage to William LONDON, theree's a good chance that William was William George's father. 
LONDON, William (I35)
11348 William and Nancy had three children. NOLAN, William H Jr (I1882)
11349 William appears in the BMD index as BENTON. Family F585
11350 William appears in the IGI as both William Pettet Minter, born 1777, Lambeth St Mary (no parents shown, spouse Hannah, married c. 1815, Surrey) and William Pettit Minter, baptised 30 April 1780, Birchington, Kent, father Henry Minter (no mother's name shown).

September 2011: I have searched the Baptismal Register for St Mary at Lambeth (in the London Metropolitan Archive at for 1777 and have not found any Minter baptisms that year.

Cliff Minter, December 2007, has confirmed the existence of the baptism in the Birchington Baptisms Register, and the transcript of it as:
1780 April 30 William Petit of Henry and ........ Minter (wife's name left blank in both the register and the transcript).
It hasn't been possible to associate William with any known Henry Minter of Kent.

1841 census: at George Yard, Lambeth, Hannah (55, Independent, born out of county), William (20, labourer, born Surrey) and Emma (16, born Surrey). The absence of William Pettet Minter suggests he died before the census*. Emma may have been counted twice: as Emma, 15 a servant at Hercules Buildings, Lambeth.
* this is confirmed - when son Henry married in December 1837, William was said to be deceased. The burial on 30 July 1834 of William Minter of Fountain Court, aged 57 at St Mary Lambeth, Surrey was probably of William Pettet Minter.

August 2016: William and Hannah were «u»probably«/u» the parents of the Benjamin Minter who, at age 19 of George Yard, Snow Hill, was buried on 8 August 1847 in the Lower Ground, Bunhill Burial Ground (Golden Lane Cemetery). No other information about Benjamin has been found: for the time being he is listed as William's son. 
Minter, William Pettet (I1)

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