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151 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)
 
152 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)
 
153 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)
 
154 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)
 
155 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)
 
156 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)
 
157 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)
 
158 1841 census: in Balaam Street, West Ham, Essex (all DUCK) Joseph (36, market gardener), Jane (25) and George (2). George is indexed by Ancestry as DAN.

1851 census: in Richmond Row, Plaistow, West Ham, Essex (all DUCK) Joseph (46, market gardener employing 2 men, born East Ham)), Jane (33, born Plaistow), George (11, scholar), Chs. J (9, scholar) and Emma Jane (3). All children born Plaistow.

1861 census(1): at 3 Richmond Street, West Ham, Essex (all DUCK) Joseph (56, house proprietor, born East Ham)), Jane (43, born Plaistow), Charles (19, labourer), Emma J (13), Emily (9, scholar) and Joseph (5). Plus two boarders, George HAYTER (36) and William GIBLING (23)
1861 census(2): at 'The Greyhound', Balaam Road, West Ham, George Duck (lodger, 21, dock labourer)

1871 census: in Richmond Street, West Ham, Essex (all DUCK) Joseph (66, retired market gardener, born East Ham)), Jane (53, born Plaistow), George (32, carpenter, Charles J (29, waiter), and Joseph J (15, assistant machinist india rubber works). Plus Jane CABLE (niece, 16, servant, born Plaistow) and two boarders, Charlotte HARVEY (68) and William Worth (23)
Daughter Emily (19) was a shopwoman at a bakers at 28 Minories, Tower Hamlets, London 
DUCK, Joseph (I1415)
 
159 1841 census: in Bath Row, Birmingham, Edward (sic) (40, ca.... agents), Theodore (35 [Edwin's brother]), Mary BENTON (25 [Edwin's wife-to-be]), Samuel (10), Sarah Ann (5), Edwin (5), William (5), Emma (5), Mary (3) and Catherine (2).

1851 census: at 134 Bath Row, Birmingham, Edwin (50, parish clerk, born Aston, Birmingham), Mary Ann (37, born Birmingham), Edwin (18, born Birmingham), William H(16, born Birmingham), Emma (15, scholar, born Birmingham), Mary (13, born Birmingham), Catherine L (11, scholar, born Birmingham), Rebecca (7, scholar, born Birmingham), Maria (4, scholar, born Birmingham) and Thomas (2, born Birmingham). 
GRIMLEY, Edwin (I334)
 
160 1841 census: in Beach Street, Deal, John BELSEY (60, mariner), Ann BELSEY (55) and William BELSEY (14), all born in Kent.

1851 census: at 9 Primrose Hill, Deal, John BELSEY (70, mariner), Ann BELSEY (66) and William C BELSEY (24, cordwainer), all born in Deal, Kent.

1861 census: at 9 Primrose Hill, Deal, John BELSEY (widower, 81, boatman) and 3 others, Phoebe Falsett (sp?), Emily Tapper and Alfred Stanard (sp?), probably lodgers.

John probably died Q4 1863. Ann his wife probably died Q1 1853 or Q2 1959. 
BELSEY, John (I2320)
 
161 1841 census: in Bergholt Road, Mile End, Colchester, Essex (all BIBBY), William (44, ag lab), Elizabeth (44), George (19, ag lab), Thomas (17, ag lab), Mary (13), Henry (10), John (6), Caroline (4) and Francis (8 months).

1851 census: in Bergholt Road, Mile End, Colchester, Essex (all BIBBY), William (54, f lab), Elizabeth (54, born Mile End), Thomas (widower, 27, f lab, born Mile End), John (16, f lab, born Mile End), Francis (10, f lab, born Mile End) and Thomas J (grandson, 6, scholar, born Lexden, Essex.

1861 census: in West Bergholt Road, Mile End, Colchester, Essex (both BIBBY), William (widower, 64, agricultural labourer) and Caroline (daughter, unmarried, 24, school mistress, born Mile End).

1871 census: in West Bergholt Road, Mile End, Colchester, Essex, William BIBBY (widower, 74, farm labourer, born Mile End (sic)), Charles HARDWICK (son in law, 32, railway labourer, born Mile End), Caroline HARDWICK (daughter, 34, born Mile End), and 3 HARDWICK children, Charles (7), Elizabeth (5) and Caroline (1), all born Mile End. 
BIBBY, William (I2600)
 
162 1841 census: in Birchdale, Budworth, Cheshire (all PEMBERTON ), James (35, farmer), Elizabeth (35), Joseph (13), John (10), James (3), Thomas (6 months). All born Cheshire.

1851 census: in Birchdale, Appleton, Cheshire (all PEMBERTON ), James (46, farmer of 16 acres, born Toft, Cheshire), Elizabeth (45, born Holtham(?), Cheshire), Joseph (23, farmers son, born Davenham, Cheshire), John (20, toolmaker, born Appleton), James (12, farmers son, born Appleton, Cheshire), Thomas (10, scholar, born Appleton, Cheshire), Samuel (7, scholar, born Appleton, Cheshire) and Elizabeth (4, scholar, born Appleton, Cheshire).

1861 census: in ---- Lane, Grappenhall, Cheshire (all PEMBERTON ), James (56, farmer of 60 acres, born Toft, Cheshire), Elizabeth (55, born Grappenhall), James (22, farmers son, born Appleton, Cheshire), Thomas (20, farmers son, born Appleton, Cheshire), Samuel (17, farmers son, born Appleton, Cheshire) and Elizabeth (15, born Appleton, Cheshire).

James probably died in 1864 and Elizabeth in 1869. 
PEMBERTON, James (I2486)
 
163 1841 census: in Blean (no exact address) - all WOOD, William (30, hay trusser), Sarah (30), Eliza (6), William (5), John (3) and Thomas (1). All born in Kent.

1851 census: in Blean (no exact address) - all WOOD, William 44 (labourer, born Blean), Sarah E (42, born St Stephens, Kent), Eliza (16), William (15), John (15 or poss. 13), Thomas (11), Harriott (9) and Frances (2). All the children were born in Blean.

1861 census: Private house in Blean - all WOOD, William (53, hay trusser), Sarah (52), Thomas (21, hay trusser), Harriott (19, servant) and Frances (12, scholar). Birthplaces as 1851.

1871 census: in Tile Kiln Lane, Blean - all WOOD, William (64, labourer), Sarah E (62), Harriet (29) and «u»grandson«/u» Herbert W (1, born Blean). 
WOOD, William (I32)
 
164 1841 census: in Boughton Street, Boughton under Blean, Kent, aged 60, a mangler.

1851 census: at 22 Cross Street, St Dunstans, Canterbury, aged 73, unmarried, an annuitant.

Will proved on 16 March 1855 at Canterbury Consistory Court. 
Minter, Susannah (I17)
 
165 1841 census: in Boxted (all ELMER), John (50, ag lab), Sarah (50), John (20, ag lab), Daniel (15, ag lab), William (14, ag lab), Charles (12), Rosaminth(?) (8) and Mariah (4).

"Rosaminth" is otherwise untraced: there is no Boxted baptism that fits and no death between 1814 and 1851 that matches.

1851 census: in Boxted (indexed as ELEMER by Ancestry (all ELMER), John (62, ag lab, born Boxford, Suffolk), Sarah (60, born Boxted), Charles (21, ag lab, born Boxted) and Maria (13, scholar, born Boxted).

Maria is a bit of a mystery. She is shown as John and Sarah's daughter but if she was 13 in 1851 her birth year would have been 1837 or 1838, when Sarah would have been 47 or so. There's a baptism on 30 July 1837 in the Boxted register for 'Maria base born daughter of Sarah Elmer, Boxted, servant'. This probably refers to the Maria entered as John & Sarah's daughter in 1841 and 1851. I suspect Maria wasn't their daughter but was 'adopted' from a Sarah Elmer, for whom I don't have a record (perhaps she was John Elmer's sister??). Notwithstanding these reservations about Maria's parentage, I'm including her as John & Sarah's daughter for the time being. Maria married in 1857 - her marriage certificate might help but hasn't been obtained.

1861 census: in Boxted (both ELMER), John (72, ag lab, born Boxted*, Essex) and Sarah (70, born Boxted).

* John's baptism not found in Boxted suggesting the 1851 entry of Boxford, Suffolk was correct. Dyer Elmer, also living in Boxted in the 1810 - 1840 period, was also born in Boxford - probably brothers. A number of public member trees confirm this (but aren't necessarily to be trusted). 
ELMER, John (I1052)
 
166 1841 census: in Boxted (all ELMER, all born Essex), Dyer (50, ag lab), Lydia (40), Lydia (15 ag lab), John (15), Eliza (9), Sarah (4) and Henry (2). Although not shown as such Henry must have been the grandson who appears in 1851 - he was probably the Henry ELMER baptised in Boxted on 1 April 1839, illegitimate son of Mary ELMER, Boxted, servant (presumably Dyer's daughter).

1851 census: in Boxted, (all ELMER), Dyer (70, ag lab, born Boxford, Suffolk), Lydia (60, born Bures, Suffolk), John (son, 24, ag lab, born Boxted), Sarah (daughter, 14, scholar, born Boxted), Henry (12, grandson, scholar, born Boxted) and John (grandson, 9, scholar, born Boxted).
As noted above, Henry was probably the Henry ELMER baptised in Boxted on 1 April 1839, illegitimate son of Mary ELMER, Boxted, servant. There is no Boxted baptism for a John ELMER about 1841/42 but for the time being his is assumed also to be Mary's illegitimate son. I can't establish what became of Mary.

Dyer probably died in Q1 1853. His widow appears in the following 1861 census entry, which appears to be for a single household but is split over two pages:
1861 census: in Boxted, Amos PEACHEY (head, 25, ag lab, born Great Horkesley), Sarah PEACHEY (wife, 24, born Boxted), Rosannah PEACHEY (daughter, 4, scholar, born Boxted), Amos PEACHEY (son, age not readable, born Boxted). On the following page: Henry ELMER (lodger, 22, agricultural labourer, born Boxted), John ELMER (granson, 19, drover, born Boxted), Lydia ELMER (visitor, widow, 71, pauper, born Great Horkesley).
The next entry is for John & Eliza Minter. 
ELMER, Dyer (I2998)
 
167 1841 census: in Boxted with wife Anne (35) and children John (Ag. lab. 20), James (Ag lab, 15), William (13), Amos (10) and Ann (6). Occupation Ag. lab. Youngest 3 children said to have been born outside Essex: possibly in Nayland, Suffolk - there are IGI records for:
Ann Minter, bap 5 Oct 1834 at Nayland, father John mother Ann.
William MINTERS (sic), bap 5 Nov 1826 at Nayland, father John MINTERS, mother Ann.
There's no IGI record for Amos but his baptism appears in findmypast.co.uk's version of the Suffolk Baptism index - baptised on 4 October 1829 at Nayland.

1851 census: John, 56, married, ag lab, lived in Boxted. The preceding entry on the census page is for Edward Minter, 86, John's father. John's wife Deborah (59, a nurse, born in Stoke by Nayland, Suffolk) was also living in Boxted but not at the same address when the census was done.

1861 census: John (66, ag lab, born Boxted) and Deborah (69, born Boxted (sic - she was actually born in Stoke by Nayland)) lived in Boxted with Harriet KING (44, born Great Horkesley) and granddaughter Miriam KING (4, born Boxted).
Harriet KING was Deborah's daughter from her first marriage.

Buried aged 78 of Boxted.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
24 September 1864 Effects under £100. The Will of John Minter late of Boxted in the County of Essex Farmer deceased who died 13 August 1864 at Boxted aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oath of Samuel Gardner of Boxted aforesaid Farmer the sole Executor. 
Minter, John (I728)
 
168 1841 census: in Boxted, Essex (all COOK except John TAYLOR, all born Essex), Henry (54, ag lab), Hannah (40), Henry (25, male servant) and John TAYLOR (15, ag lab).
 
COOK, Henry (I2995)
 
169 1841 census: in Bredfield Street, Marlesford, George (64, tailor) and Ann (58).

1851 census: in Bredfield Street, Marlesford, George (73, journeyman taylor) and Ann (68, vegetable seller).

The justification for treating George as the father of William and John is as follows:

John Minter was born about 1817 in Ipswich and was married twice, firstly to Sophia (probably Sophia SALMON, on 3 June 1834 at Aldeburgh with Hazlewood, Suffolk) and later to Mary Ann EMMERSON (on 29 December 1859, at Ipswich Register Office).

The marriage certificate for this second marriage shows John's father as George Minter (deceased), tailor. So I started to look for a possible candidate for John's father and came up with a George Minter, who appears in 1841 as a tailor, with his wife Ann, in Bredfield Street, Woodbridge, and in 1851, still with Ann, still a tailor and still in Bredfield Street. Taken altogether, I feel fairly sure that John was the son of George of Bredfield Street.

I cannot find the death registrations of either George or Ann. A George Minter's death was registered in Q2 1852 at Woodbridge but I don't think this relates to the George since findmypast.co.uk has a corresponding burial record which gives age at death as 30 and place as Melton, Suffolk.

I then noticed something interesting. In 1841 George and Ann were, as already noted, living in Bredfield Street, Woodbridge. In the house to one side of their house lived Richard DUNNETT, his wife Mary and a Henry MINTER, aged 3; in the house to the other side lived John WRIGHT, his wife Mary and a James MINTER, aged 11. I wondered who Henry and James belonged to and, to cut a long story short, came to the conclusion that they were two of the children of William Minter and his wife Rebecca (nee WRIGHT). William currently heads the Marlesford section of the website and it's noticeable that Henry and James weren't with Rebecca when the 1841 census was taken (Rebecca's husband had died the previous year). It seems highly probable that George of Bredfield Street was William of Marlesford's father.

There is a bit more which supports this idea: the WRIGHT family. It looks from the IGI as if William WRIGHT and Priscilla (nee BUTTON) had 7 children in all, the first 3 in Bredfield, Suffolk (about 3 miles north of Woodbridge) and the last 4 in Eyke. Of these, Mary (bap. 1 Jun 1795 in Bredfield) married Richard DUNNETT; Rebecca (bap. 10 Dec 1797 in Bredfield) married William MINTER; and John (bap. 3 May 1910 in Eyke) married Mary (possibly Mary FISHER). There is some significance about a couple of these names - firstly, one of William and Rebecca's sons was named Richard Dunnett Minter and secondly, one of William and Rebecca's daughters was named Priscilla. I've not been able to find out why another of William and Rebecca's sons was given the second name Bryant.

The following email was written on 18 February 2008 by Thom Fowler in Canada. It should be read as a follow-on to the notes above:
Dear John: Having recently discovered that my 4th-great-grand-aunt Mary Muskett married Richard Minter at Roydon [near Diss] in 1774, I have been having a look at your Minter Family Website. James Bryant Minter caught my eye because my connexion to the Muskett family is through my great-grandfather Eugene Charles Bryant's grandfather Charles Muskett of Fersfield. I just now discovered a marriage on the IGI which might be the source of James Bryant Minter's middle-name:
JOHN MINTER & ANN BRYANT
Marriage: 08 OCT 1799 Hacheston, Suffolk, England
{Note Hacheston is contiguous with Marlesford}
So far I have no idea who Ann Bryant's parents were, but it is quite possible that John and Ann were William Minter's parents. I also read your theories about George Minter of Parham. I wonder if George Minter and John Minter were brothers. Parham vicarage was annexed to that of Hacheston according to The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland [1868]. Parham and Hacheston are one mile apart, while Marlesford is two miles distant from both Parham and Hacheston. So far I know of no Bryant-Dunnett marriage that could account for Richard Dunnett Minter's middle-name. I know that Rebecca Wright Minter's sister Mary married Richard Dunnett, but it would be highly unusual for a couple to use a brother-in-law's surname as a middle-name for one their sons . Perhaps there is another Dunnett connexion further back in Rebecca Wright Minter's and Mary Wright Dunnett's Wright ancestry. I did a bit of trolling on the IGI but had no luck finding a Wright-Dunnett marriage, but alas the search-engine doesn't allow one to search just on the two surnames for a marriage. On the Button side the other surnames I have so far unearthed are Thompson and King.

Further note, October 2011: John Minter and Ann Bryant apparently had two children, both baptised at Hacheston, Frances on 4 May 1800 (on the IGI) and William on 6 March 1803 (in Ancestry's Parish Register collection). 
Minter, George (I76)
 
170 1841 census: in Bredfield Street, Woodbridge, John WRIGHT (30, baker), Mary WRIGHT (30), John WRIGHT (6) and James MINTER (11) (son of sister Rebecca her husband William MINTER). WRIGHT, John (I80)
 
171 1841 census: in Brook Street, Eastry, Nathaniel (55, ag. lab.), Elizabeth (55) and Ann (14).

1851 census: in Eastry Street, Nathaniel (66, ag. lab.), Elizabeth (70), Ann B C (23, a dressmaker employing 2 apprentices) and two grandchildren, George William (7, scholar, born Paddington) and John (5, scholar, born Paddington).
 
Minter, Nathaniel Belsey (I1786)
 
172 1841 census: in Brook Street, Wivenhoe (all HOWLING, all born Essex), Elizabeth (28, ind.), Abraham (6), Elizabeth (4), Benjamin (3) and Thomas (1).

1851 census: in Bethany Street, Wivenhoe (all HOWLING), Elizabeth (39, born Wivenhoe), Elizabeth Margaret (14, scholar, born Wivenhoe), Thomas (9, scholar, born Wivenhoe) and Ann (8, scholar, born Wivenhoe).

1861 census: at 28 Bower Street, Stepney, London (all HOWLING), Abraham (49, master mariner, born Wivenhoe), Elizabeth (49, born Wivenhoe), Margaret (23, born Wivenhoe) and Thomas (20, mate for ship, born Wivenhoe).

1871 census: at 13 St Anns Road, Mile End Old Town, London (all HOWLING), Elizabeth (head, widow, 59, general shop keeper, born Wivenhoe), Elizabeth (daughter, 34, assistant in shop, born Wivenhoe) and son-in-law Jacob W Gorbell, wife Ann and family.
 
HOWLING, Abraham (I499)
 
173 1841 census: in Capel St Andrew, Suffolk, (all STEBBINGS), James (35, farmer), Sarah (40), Herbert (14), John (12), Hannah (10), Caroline (8), Sarah (7), James (3) and Samuel (8 months). All born Suffolk.

1851 census: in Capel St Andrew, Suffolk, (all STEBBING), James (48, farmer 64 acres, 2 labours & son & 2 labour after Copsolete(?), born Butley), Sarah (50, born Chillesford), John (22, born Capel), Sarah Ann (16, born Capel), James (13, born Capel) and Samuel (10, born Capel). Also a lodger(?), Jimima HOWARD.

1861 census: in Capel Green Houses, Capel St Andrew, Suffolk, (all STEBBING), James (58, farmer 73 acres, 3 men 1 boy, born Capel), Sarah (60, born Chillesford), Sarah Ann (25, farmers daughter, born Capel), John S (grandson, 4, scholar, born Capel). Also a servant Jemima HOWARD.
A John STEBBING (32, cattle dealer, born Capel) and his wife Caroline (20) and daughter Sarah E (8) were listed next - presumably James's son. John married Caroline WEBB in Q4 1852 (Plomesgate 4a/1347).
Son James married Elizabeth MINTER in Q4 1857 (Woodbridge 4a/1267). Daughter Sarah Ann married David MINTER in Q2 1866 (Plomesgate 4a/987).

From the IGI it appears that Herbert, John, Hannah, Caroline and Sarah Ann were all baptised on 4 June 1837. The IGI doesn't have baptisms for James and Samuel. 
STEBBING, James (I67)
 
174 1841 census: in Capel St Andrew, Suffolk, Francis COOK (60, ag lab) and Ann COOK (70). Both born Suffolk.
Next entry is for James (40), Marian (25) and Walter (4) LUCOCK, probably a relative of Ann's.

1851 census: in Capel St Andrew, Suffolk, John FOLCHER (62, ag lab, born Capel), Mary FOLCHER (54, born Hollesley, Suffolk), Francis COOK (71, lab on road, born Capel) and Ann COOK (82, pauper, born Hollesley).
Mary FOLCHER was Ann's daughter, who married John (FOULCHER) in 1816.

1861 census: in Capel St Andrew, Suffolk, Francis COOK (widower, 81, formerly ag lab, born Capel) lodged with John WARD (73) and his wife Mary WARD (70).
 
COOK, Francis (I414)
 
175 1841 census: in Chapel Place, Ramsgate, a female servant. Minter, Maria (I2246)
 
176 1841 census: in Charteridge, Chesham, Bucks (all WORLEY), Wm. (20, ag lab), Alice (25) and Wm (1m?).

1851 census: in Chesham, Bucks (all WORLEY), William (head, 36, farm labourer, born Hillingdon, Middx), Alice (wife, 37, born Chesham, Bucks), William (son, 10, born Chesham, Bucks), Samuel (son, 8, born Chesham, Bucks), Edward (son, 6, born Chesham, Bucks), Joseph (son, 5, born Chesham, Bucks) and Maria (daughter, 1, born Chesham, Bucks).
Job not found.

1861 census: in Chesham, Bucks (all WORLEY), William (head, 43, labourer, born Kent NK), Alice (wife, 44, born Charteridge, Chesham, Bucks), William (son, 18, labourer, born Charteridge, Chesham, Bucks), Samuel (son, 17, born Ashridge, Chesham, Bucks), Maria (daughter, 11, born Ashridge, Chesham, Bucks) and (possibly living as a separate household) Sarah (widow, 75, born Hedgerley, Bucks).
Job, aged 13, born Chesham, was a farm labourer at LeyLands Farm, Buckland, Bucks, with farmer Henry and Elizabeth M GLENISTER and their children.
Joseph not found.

1871 census: in Bellingdon, Chesham, Bucks (all WORLEY), William (head, 50, ag lab, born Chesham, Bucks), Alice (wife, 51, born Chesham, Bucks), Samuel (son, 29, ag lab, born Chesham, Bucks), Edward (son, 27, ag lab, born Chesham, Bucks), Job (son, 24, ag lab, born Chesham, Bucks) and Maria (daughter, 22, ag lab, born Chesham, Bucks).

William probably died in Q2 1873, aged 51.

1881 census: in Bellingdon Road, Chesham, Alice WORLEY (head, widow, 66, born Charteridge), Samuel WORLEY (head, single, 39, ag lab, born Ashridge) and Maria WORLEY (daughter, single, 29, straw cutter, born Bellingdon).

1891 census: at The Fish, Bellingdon Road, Chesham, Samuel WORLEY (head, single, 50, labourer, born Chesham) and Alice WORLEY (mother, widow, 78, born Chesham).

Alice's birth year appears to get more recent as she aged! Her death registration in 1894 gives age as 83. 
WORLEY, William (I622)
 
177 1841 census: in Chillenden Street, Chillenden, Kent (all KNOWLER), William (45, ag lab), Elizabeth (30), Sarah Ann (7),Thomas (4) and Mary (8 months)

1851 census: in Chillenden, Kent (all KNOWLER), William (60, ag lab, born Ash), Elizabeth (44, born Shepherdswell, Kent), Sarah Ann (daughter, 18, born Chillenden),Thomas (son, 14 born Chillenden), Mary (daughter, 10, born Chillenden), Lydia (8, daughter, born Chillenden), William (son, 6, born Chillenden), Elizabeth (daughter, 4, born Chillenden) and Jane (daughter, 1½ born Chillenden).

1861 census: in Chillenden, Kent (all KNOWLER), William (70, ag lab, born Ash), Elizabeth (54, born Shepherdswell, Kent), Thomas (son, 24, ag lab, born Chillenden) and Jane (daughter, 11, scholar, born Chillenden). 
KNOWLER, William (I3141)
 
178 1841 census: in Church Street, Folkestone, Henry 75, Parish Clerk and Michael 79, shipwright. PAIN, Michael Minter (I903)
 
179 1841 census: in Church Street, Folkestone, Henry 75, Parish Clerk and Michael 79, shipwright. PAIN, Henry (I905)
 
180 1841 census: in Church Street, St Mary, Walmer, John (60, journeyman bricklayer) and son George (20, ag lab).

1851 census: in Church Street, St Mary, Walmer, John (73, journeyman bricklayer) and a house servant, Sarah VERRIER (50, unmarried, born Deal, Kent).

Died 'at Upper Waimer, Mr. John Minter, at an advanced age'.

In the grave of MAXTED at Upper Walmer:
Sarah
wife of John Minter
Died 10 January 1832
aged 51 years
John Minter
Died 16 October 1854
aged 77 years 
Minter, John Lushington (I1753)
 
181 1841 census: in Copper Street, Deal, Kent, Richard (55, Ind) also Elizabeth BETTS (45, Ind, born Kent) and Maria BETTS (12, not born Kent).

1851 census: at 12 Copper Street, Deal, Richard (widower, 67, house and land owner) also nephew Joseph B BETTS (18, born Gosport, Hants).

I haven't been able to work out the CHRISTIAN - BETTS connection. 
CHRISTIAN, Richard May (I396)
 
182 1841 census: in Cornwall Road, St Mary Lambeth, Robert (30, lighterman), Elizabeth (25), Rebecca (4) and Sarah (2). All born Surrey except Elizabeth.

1851 census (indexed as MINTO and recorded as such): at 105 Dorset Court, St Brides, London, Robert (40, lighterman), Elizabeth (32), Rebecca (14, scholar), Sarah (11, scholar), Elizabeth (9, scholar), Susannah (5, scholar) and Robert (2).

On 4 September 1854 Robert Henry Minter (son of Robert Minter, late of St Saviours Southwark, lighterman decd) of "Rose & Crown" New Wharf, Whitefriars, Farringdon Without, London, carrying on the business of a Victualler, applied to be admitted to the Freedom of the City of London.

Listed in Post Office Directories 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, 1861as Robert Hen. Minter, 'Rose & Crown' PH, New Wharf, Whitefriars. In 1870 the listing was for Mrs Elizabeth Minter. In 1880 the listing was for son Thomas Henry (qv).

1861 census: at 8 New Wharf, Whitefriars, Newington, London, Elizabeth (widow, 46, licensed victualler), Rebecca (23, bookfolder), Sarah (21, bookfolder), Elizabeth (19), Susannah (16), Ann A (6, scholar) and Susannah Minter (sister, widow, 38, born Southwark, Surrey). Son Thomas Henry was in Minster, Kent with his uncle and aunt John (50, born Christchurch, Surrey) and Elizabeth (45, born Bray Berkshire) AIR; John Air must have been Elizabeth (nee Air) Minter's brother.

1871 census: at 8 New Wharf, Whitefriars, Newington, London, Elizabeth (widow, 57, landlady (Rose & Crown), Sarah (30, barmaid), Thomas Henry (19, lighterman), Annie Amelia (17, milliner) and Susannah Minter ("aunt", widow, 49, born Pimlico). 
Minter, Robert Henry (I832)
 
183 1841 census: in Cottage Place, Radford, Hyson Green Nottinghamshire, Thomas (25, lace maker), Millicent (25), Alfred (6), Mary (4) and Harriet (4 months).

1851 census: at 12 Union Street, Lenton, Nottingham, Thomas (38, lace agent), Milicent (36, household work), Alfred (16, framesmith), Mary Ann (13, lace maker), Harriett (10), Thomas (8, scholar), James (6, scholar), Elizabeth (4) and Fanny (1). Thomas's mother Elizabeth was living next door.

1861 census: at 18 Rye Hill Cottages, St Mary, Nottingham, Thomas (widower, 47, lace maker), Harriett (20, housekeeper), Thomas (18, butcher's assistant), Elizabeth (15, silk winder), Fanny (11, nurse girl), Herbert (9, scholar), Louisa (8, scholar) and Emma (7, scholar). 
LAKE, Thomas (I413)
 
184 1841 census: in Cratfield, Suffolk (all DUNNETT, all born in Suffolk), Jonathan (54, farmer), Frances (50), William (20), Sarah (19) and Caroline (13).

1851 census: in Cratfield, Suffolk (all DUNNETT, except Harriet & her children), Jonathan (head, 65, farmer of 30 acres, born Cratfield), Frances (wife, 61, born Stradbroke, Suffolk), Harriet COX (daughter, widow, 33, farmers widow, born Cratfield), William (30, farm labourer, born Cratfield), Caroline (23, born Cratfield). Also John COX (grandson, 10, scholar, born Cratfield) and Elizabeth COX (granddaughter, 9, scholar, born Cratfield). 
DUNNETT, Jonathan (I1611)
 
185 1841 census: in Cuckfield, Sussex, John (25, carpenter) was with his father Stephen (65, carpenter), mother Mary (60) and brothers Richard (20, carpenter) and James (15, carpenter). All were born in Sussex.

It seems likely that John married in Q4 1843, registered in Ticehurst (7/799), which covers Wadhurst where his wife Alice was born. Alice's surname does not however appear on FreeBMD so remains unknown.

1851 census: at 15 High Street, St Clement, Hastings, Sussex, John (35, carpenter, born Cuckfield, Sussex), Alice (28, carpenter's wife, born Wadhurst, Sussex), Caroline (6, scholar, born Wadhurst, Sussex), Anne (5, scholar, born Wadhurst, Sussex) and Elizabeth (1, born Wadhurst, Sussex).

1861 census: in Hamburg Place, Lewisham, Kent, John (45, builder, born Cuckfield, Sussex), Ann (sic) (39, builder's wife, born Mayfield, Sussex), Caroline (16, born Wadhurst, Sussex), Anne (15, born Frant (?), Sussex), Elizabeth (11, scholar, born Wadhurst, Sussex), John (8, scholar, born Hastings, Sussex) and Thomas (5, scholar, born Hastings, Sussex).

1871 census: at 1 Smiths Cottages, Croydon, Surrey, John (54, carpenter, born Cuckfield, Sussex), Alice (49, born Wadhurst, Sussex), John (19, carpenter, born Hastings, Sussex), Thomas (15, carpenter, born Hastings, Sussex) and Jessie (10, scholar, born Sydenham, Kent).

From the above it can be seen that by 1871 the Knight family had moved to Croydon. It's clear that daughters Anne and Elizabeth married George Minter and Robert William Minter respectively; George and Robert Wiiliam were brothers and both were living in or near Croydon at this time. 
KNIGHT, John (I3909)
 
186 1841 census: in Deal, all born Kent, Benjamin (50, ironmonger), Rebecca (50), Rebecca (25), Elizabeth (15), Mary (15), John (15), Sophia (10) and Amelia (5).

1851 census: at 34 Beach Street, Deal, Benjamin (widower, 64), Rebecca (38), Elizabeth (29), Mary (27), John (25), Sophia (18) and Charlotte (19). All born in Deal. No occupations shown. 
CHRISTIAN, Benjamin Fisher (I346)
 
187 1841 census: in Denton Street, Teynham, Kent (all ROPER, all born in Kent), William (40, farmer), Ann (35), Mary (20) and Mary (4).

1851 census: in Denton Street, Teynham, Kent, William ROPER (head, 51, farmer of 190 acres employing 7 labourers, born Hollingbourne, Kent), Ann ROPER (wife, 48, born Lynsted, Kent) and William R DIXON (grandson, 6, scholar, born Blackfriars, Surrey). Plus 7 servants.

1861 census: at Denton Farm, Teynham, Kent, William ROPER (head, 62, farmer of 150 acres employing 9 men & 3 boys, born Hollingbourne, Kent), Ann ROPER (wife, 62, born Lynsted, Kent) and William Roper DIXON (grandson, 16, farmers grandson, born London, Surrey). Plus 3 servants.

1871 census: in Greenstreet, Lynsted, Kent, William ROPER (head, 72, land owner & farmer of 205 acres employing 9 men & 3 boys, born Kent), Ann ROPER (wife, 72, born Kent), William Roper DIXON (grandson, unmarried, 26, farmer, born London) and Elizabeth Flora DIXON (granddaughter, unmarried, 25, born London. Plus a domestic servant.

William died in 1878.

1881 census: in Greenstreet, Lynsted, Kent, Ann ROPER (head, widow, 82, annuitant, born Lynsted, Kent), Mary A DIXON (granddaughter, unmarried, 30, born London) and Roper KILLICK (grandson, 7, scholar, born Chilgrove, Sussex. Plus 2 servants.

Ann died in 1885. 
ROPER, William (I5315)
 
188 1841 census: in Dumpton, Kent: Thomas (35, farmer), Mary (40), Jane Hodgeman (15), Thos. Hodgeman (15), William (10), Charlotte (8), Sarah (7) and Elizabeth (5).

From Gail Gniewosz, June 2009:
The following comes from the St Peters Tithe Apportionments 1842 and probably refers mainly to this Thomas Minter:
PagePlot#LandownerOccupierDescriptionState of Cultivation
1312Thomas MinterThomas MinterThe Six RoodsArable
107Robert CroftsThomas MinterLittle SpotArable
108Robert CroftsThomas MinterThe Light AcresArable
1013Robert CroftsThomas MinterRoad FieldArable
1314Thomas MinterThomas Minterupper corn fieldArable
1310Thomas MinterWilliam ManserCliff PieceArable
1315Thomas MinterThomas Minterlower corner fieldArable
1318Thomas MinterThomas Minterthe tithe acreArable
1235William MinterWilliam MinterPremisesGarden
1041Robert CroftsThomas MinterThe PasturePasture
1342Thomas MinterThomas MinterHouse MeadPasture
1043Robert CroftsThomas MinterTimberPasture
18815Ann BrownRobert Minter CockGarden

1851 census: in East Dumpton, St Peters, Kent, Thomas (49, farmer 9 acres), Mary (52), Thomas H (23), William (22), Sarah (17) and Elizabeth (14).

1861 census (terrible writing and no forenames!): in Dumpton, T (J?) Minter (59, farmer 9 acres), M (62) and T H (34, occupation unreadable).

1871 census: in Dumpton, St Peters, Thomas (69, farmer of 9 acres), Mary (72) and Thomas H (44, farmer's son).
Aged 76 when he died, buried 'of Dumpton'.

Tombstone at St Peter, Thanet:
Sacred to the memory of Mary wife of Thomas Minter of Dumpton who died December 7th 1874 age 76. Also of the above Thomas Minter who died 6 October 1877 age 76. Also of Thomas Hodgman Minter son of the above who died April 6th 1904 age 77. 
Minter, Thomas (I63)
 
189 1841 census: in Earl Stonham, William (35, carpenter), Susanna (13), Ellen (11), Arthur (9) and William (3). All born Suffolk.

1851 census: in Earl Stonham, William (46, master carpenter), Anna (47, born Stoupland, Suffolk), Arthur (18, carpenter, born Earl Stonham), Lois (16, dressmaker, born Earl Stonham), William (13, born Earl Stonham), John M (7, scholar, born Earl Stonham) and Anna (5, born Earl Stonham).

1861 census: in Forward Green, Earl Stonham, William (56, carpenter), Anna (57, born Stoupland, Suffolk), Anna (15, scholar, born Earl Stonham) and Cathrine PARSEY (?) (niece, 13, visitor, born Swelling, Suffolk). The latter could have been Catherine PAWSEY, born about 1848 at Witnesham to John & Elizabeth PAWSEY, both of whom were born in Earl Stonham.

1871 census: in Brown Street, Old Newton, Suffolk, William (as William HAILS) (widower, 68, carpenter, born Earl Stonham) was a visitor with Howard (26) and Anna (25) BALDWIN. Ann was William's daughter, who married Howard in 1864. 
HAILL, William (I11)
 
190 1841 census: in East Sheen Lane, Mortlake, Surrey, James HILLIARD (75, waterman, born Surrey), Elizabeth HILLIARD (50, laundress, born Surrey) and Mary MINTER (40, born Surrey). HILLIARD, James (I1067)
 
191 1841 census: in Elizabeth Terrace, Edwards Lane, Stoke Newington, London, Francis (29, carpenter, not born Middlesex), Hannah (27, not born Middlesex), Ann (2, not born Middlesex) and Emily (6 months, born Middlesex).
Brother William lived very near in the same street.

1851 census: at 2 Fordhams Grove, Islington, London, Francis (39, carpenter, born Margate, Kent), Hannah (37, dressmaker, born Portsmouth, Hants), Ann (11, scholar, born Dover, Kent), Emily (10, born Newington, Middx), Henry (8, scholar, born Newington, Middx), John (6, born Newington, Middx) and Clara (4, born Newington, Middx). 
BUNDOCK, Francis William (I457)
 
192 1841 census: in Elizabeth Terrace, Edwards Lane, Stoke Newington, London, William (23, plasterer, born Middlesex [but see 1851]) and Ann (24, born Middlesex).
Brother Francis lived very near in the same street.

1851 census: at 2 Brook Street, Hackney, London, William (32, plasterer employing 2 men, born Margate, Kent), Ann (35, born Bristol, Gloucestershire), Elizabeth (8, scholar, born Stoke Newington, Middlesex), William (3(?), scholar, born Stoke Newington, Middlesex), Charles (5, scholar, born Stoke Newington, Middlesex), Edward (4, scholar, born Stoke Newington, Middlesex), Louisa (3, scholar, born Stoke Newington, Middlesex), Catherine (2, born Stoke Newington, Middlesex) and George (7 months, born Hackney, Middlesex). 
BUNDOCK, William Minter (I460)
 
193 1841 census: in Elizabeth Terrace, Edwards Lane, Stoke Newington, London, William BUNDOCK (23, plasterer) and Ann (22?). All born in Middlesex.
Just along the road (on the same census pages) were Francis BUNDOCK (29, carpenter), Hannah BUNDOCK (27), Ann BUNDOCK (2) and Emily BUNDOCK (6 months). None born in county of Middlesex. Coincidence or related?

1851 census: at 2 Brook St, Hackney, London (all BUNDOCK), William (32, plasterer - master employing 2 men), Ann (35), Elizabeth (8, scholar), William (?, scholar), Charles (5, scholar), Edward (4), Louisa (3, scholar), Catherine (2) and George (7 months). George was born in Hackney, the other children in Stoke Newington. 
BUNDOCK, William Minter (I286)
 
194 1841 census: in Eyke, Elizabeth (75, widow) and Elizabeth (35, spinster).

Buried at age 83. 
JOHNSON, Elizabeth (I27)
 
195 1841 census: in Folly, Wivenhoe, Essex (all HOWLING, all born Essex), Mary Ann (30, Ind.), Mary Ann (8), Annah (5) and John (1).

1851 census: in East Street, Wivenhoe, Essex (all HOWLING, all born Wivenhoe), Mary Ann (40), Mary Ann (17), Hannah (15) and John (10, scholar), Edward (8, scholar), Emma (5, scholar) and Elizabeth (3).

1861 census: in East Street, Wivenhoe, Essex (all HOWLING, all born Wivenhoe), Mary Ann (head, married, 40, needlewoman), Edward (18, ship carpenter (apprentice)), Elizabeth (12, scholar), Jabez (9) and Abraham (nephew, 22, sail maker).

By 1871 Mary Ann was a widow and living with her son-in-law Frederick John Minter (qv). 
HOWLING, John (I495)
 
196 1841 census: in Foxearth Street, Foxearth, Essex (all DOWNEY, all born Essex except Mary), John (47, ag lab), Mary (47), Charles (21, straw plaiter), Susan (19, ag lab), Jonathan (16, ag lab) and David (14, ag lab).

1851 census: in Church Street, Foxearth, Essex (all DOWNEY), John (head, 59, Chelsea pensioner, born Foxearth), Mary (wife, 56, seamstress, born Melford, Suffolk), Charles (son, 30, ag lab, born Foxearth), Jonathan (son, 26, ag lab, born Foxearth) and David (son, 24, ag lab, born Foxearth).

1861 census: in Street, Foxearth, Essex (all DOWNEY), John (head, 69, ag lab & pensioner, born Foxearth), Mary (wife, 67, born Melford, Suffolk) and David (son, 33, --last cutter, born Foxearth).

It's very likely that in addition to the children mentioned in the above censuses John and Mary had a daughter called Elizabeth. The reason for thinking this is that the following 1871 census entry refers to Mary DOWNEY as the mother of Elizabeth WARD:
1871 census: in Foxearth, William WARD (57, rural post office messenger, born Foxearth), Elizabeth WARD (wife, 52, needlework, born Foxearth) and Mary DOWNEY (wife's mother, widow, 76, formerly needle woman, born Melford, Suffolk).
This would put Elizabeth's birth at about 1819. She must have married William WARD before civil registration began. She appears with him in the 1841, 1851 and 1861 censuses of Foxearth: they don't seem to have had any children.

 
DOWNEY, John (I2919)
 
197 1841 census: in Fullbridge, Maldon, Essex, Amy MINTER, aged 76, independent means, born in county. Apparently living with her was Mary JOHNSON, 11, not born Essex. Seemingly in the same house but a searate household was Ann ERRINGTON, 30, schoolmistress, not born Essex.

Thanks to research by Sue Platt, the identity of the above-named Mary JOHNSON has been established:
She was Amy Minter's granddaughter, the daughter of Mary Ann Minter who evidently went to London where in 1826 she married William JOHNSON, a widower, an undertaker. William and Mary Ann had (at least) 4 children including Mary - see William JOHNSON's Notes.

Amey died at St Peter, Maldon on 22 November 1849, aged 87, widow of William Minter mariner. The cause of death was bronchitis and the informant was Rachel Thurston of St Peter, Maldon, who was in attendance. 
DINES, Amey (I31)
 
198 1841 census: in George Place, St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, London (all UPTON), John (50, tailor), Margaret (45), Elizabeth (22), John (21), Robert (19), Minter (12) and Mary (5). None born in Surrey. UPTON, John (I656)
 
199 1841 census: in George Street, Folkestone, Richard Kennett (60, tailor), Ann Kennett (65) and Richard Kennett (30, bricklayer).

1851 census: in George Street, Folkestone, Richard Wraith (sic) Kennett (74, taylor, pauper), Ann Kennett (76, wife, pauper) and Richd Prescott Kennett (40, labourer). 
KENNETT, Richard Wraight (I890)
 
200 1841 census: in Godmersham, Kent an ag lab with wife and four children.

1851 census: in Godmersham, Kent an ag lab with wife and two children. 
BARTLETT, Henry (I30)
 

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