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201 1841 census: in Great Waltham, Essex, (all born in Essex) John STOCK (30, ag lab), Eleanor STOCK (30), Betsey STOCK (1), Thomas KING (12), Eleanor KING (9) and Sarah KING (7).

1851 census: in Waltham Road, Writtle, Essex, John STOCK (42, ale house keeper, born Great Waltham), Eleanor STOCK (42, born Rochford), Betsey STOCK (11, born Great Walthan), Rachel MINTER (mother in law, 84, born Farm(?) Bridge, Essex), John BANNER (lodger, single, 65, labourer, born High ----, Essex), Richard STOCK (lodger, single, 20, labourer, born Pit---, Essex), JohnHOOD(?), lodger, 19, labourer, born Great Waltham) and Thomas HAMER(?) (lodger, 20,single, labourer, born Great Baddam, Essex).

1861 census: John STOCK (widower, 52, ag lab, born Great Waltham) was a lodger in Barrack Road, Great Waltham.

1871 census: John STOCK (widower, 62, ag lab, born Great Waltham) was a lodger in Great Waltham.

1881 census: John STOCK (widower, 73, ag lab, born Great Waltham) was living in Great Waltham as the father-in law of George BRAND (41, ag lab, born Great Waltham), his wife Elizabeth (41, born Great Waltham and children. 
STOCK, John (I99)
 
202 1841 census: in Hearse Green, Brightlingsea, George (18, servant).

1851 census: in Spring Road, Brightlingsea, Eliza (25, wife of mariner). No trace of George, presumably at sea.

1861 census: in Spring Road, Brightlingsea, George G (38, fisherman), Eliza (36) and George (6).

1871 census: in Spring Road, Brightlingsea, Sarah BENNETT (70, widow, sweet shop keeper) and her grandson (step) Arthur Minter (5, scholar). In Sidney Street, Brightlingsea, another of George's children, Ernest (3) was staying with his stepmother-to-be Sarah HASTEAD (widow, 48, fruiterer & confectioner) and her 4 children Mercy (17), Grace (14), Moses (12) and Georgeanna (10). It's not clear what became of George's second wife Sarah Elizabeth OFFORD whom he married in 1867 - she doesn't appear in the 1871 census but there is no sign of her death being registered. George Golding himself was counted as master of the 'Centalie', described as widower, age 48.

1881 census: George was counted on the 'Dauntless' (a fishing smack registered at Colchester) at Southwick, Shoreham, Sussex. His wife Sarah was still living in Sidney Street, Brightlingsea with 4 HALSTEAD children, George (34), Grace (24), Moses F (22) and Georgiana (20) and Ernest Minter (13).

1891 census: in High Street, Brightlingsea, George (68, mariner) and Sarah (68).

1901 census: at 6 Hurst Green, Brightlingsea, George G (78, retired mariner) and Sarah (68). 
Minter, George Golding (I29)
 
203 1841 census: in Hibaldstow (all DRAYTON), Thos. (50, builder), Sarah (50), William (20, mason), John (15) and Thomas (12). Also a female servant Martha COULSON (15).

1851 census: in Hibaldstow (all DRAYTON), Thomas (62, builder employing 4 men, born Scotter, Lincs), Sarah (63, born Kirton, Lincs) and John (26, mason (journeyman), born Hibaldstow). Also Sarah A WELSH (daughter, 13, scholar, born Redbourn, Lincs) and a female servant Lucy MASSEY, 14. 
DRAYTON, Thomas (I1535)
 
204 1841 census: in Hibaldstow (all HUNSLEY), Charles (25, ag lab), Ann (25), Elizabeth (2).

1851 census: in Inge Lane, Hibaldstow (all HUNSLEY, all born Hibaldstow), Charles (37, ag lab), Ann (36), Eliz A (11, scholar), Thomas (8, scholar), Alice (5, scholar) and Mary (2).

Evidently emigrated to Canada, appears there in the 1861 census:

1861 census of Canada (indexed and recorded as HUNTSLEY): in Oxford, Canada West, Charles (47, farmer, born England), Ann (47, born England), Thomas (19, born England), Alice (14, born England), Mary (12, born England) and Jane (8, born West Canada).

Apart from Thomas and Jane, I can't find the family after 1861. 
HUNSLEY, Charles (I1458)
 
205 1841 census: in Hibaldstow (all HUNSLEY), Henry (30), Frances (25), Charles (9), Sarah (6), Martha (3), Mary (1), Ann (70) and Jane (4) (listed last).

1851 census: in Inge Lane, Hibaldstow (all HUNSLEY), Ann (head, widow, 84, ag lab widow, born Baumber, Lincs), Henry (44, ag lab, born Broughton), Fanny (39, born Broughton), Mary A (11), Eliza (8), Emma (5) and George (2).

Henry and his family emigrated to Canada: U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s at Ancestry shows the following arrived in Ontario, Canada in 1871 (this year cannot be correct):
Francis (sic) Hunsley born about 1813
Charles Hunsley born about 1832
Thomas Hunsley born about 1843
George Hunsley born about 1849
Apart from Thomas, these appear to be members of Henry's family. Unfortunately no image is available. Thomas was probably Henry's brother Charles's son.

1861 census of Canada: in Oxford, Ontario (all HUNSLEY, all born England, all Baptists), Henery (54), Frances (49), Mary A (21), Elizabeth (18), Emely [Emma] (15), George (12), Henery W (10) and Joseph (7).

1871 census of Canada: in Dereham, Oxford South, Ontario (all HUNSLEY, all born England, all Free Will Baptists) Frances (58, widow), Henry W (19, farmer), Joseph (16), George (22, farm labourer, married) and Sarah (19, married). Sarah looks like George's wife.

In 1891 Henry's widow was living with son George (qv). 
HUNSLEY, Henry (I1456)
 
206 1841 census: in Hibaldstow (all HUNSLEY), William (35, ag lab), Mary (25), Thirza (8), Dinah (5) and George (1).

1851 census: in Hibaldstow (all HUNSLEY), William (45, ag lab, born Brigg, Lincs), Mary (39, born Hibaldstow), George (11, born Hibaldstow), Willm (8, born Hibaldstow), Mary A (6, born Hibaldstow) and Thos (2, born Hibaldstow).

1861 census: in New Row, Hibaldstow (all HUNSLEY), William (55, ag lab, born Hibaldstow, Lincs), Mary (49, born Hibaldstow), Thomas (12, born Hibaldstow) and Charles (9, born Hibaldstow).

1871 census: in Redbourn Road, Hibaldstow (both HUNSLEY), William (65, labourer, born Hibaldstow, Lincs) and Susanna (wife, 55, born Worlaby, Lincs).

1881 census: in Redbourn Road, Hibaldstow, William HUNSLEY (75, agr. labourer, born Brigg, Lincs), Susanna HUNSLEY (wife, 61, born Worlaby, Lincs), Annie HUNSLEY* (daughter, unmarried, 26, domestic servant, born Hibaldstow) and Henrietta LUSBY (granddaughter, 4, born Hibaldstow).
* I haven't worked out who Annie was - can't find her in 1861 or 1871.

1891 census: in Redbourn Road, Hibaldstow, Ann [Susanna] HUNSLEY (head, widow, 73, born Worlaby, Lincs), Henrietta LUSBY (graddaughter, 14, born Hibaldstow) and Susannah LUSBY (granddaughter, 12, scholar, born "Lincs N.K (in a van)"). 
HUNSLEY, William (I1457)
 
207 1841 census: in Hibaldstow, Lincs (all HUNSLEY), Thomas (50, farmer), Mary (45), Robert (20), Thomas (15), Elizabeth (20), Jane (11) and Mary (8).

1851 census: in Hibaldstow, Lincs (all HUNSLEY), Thomas (60, farmer of 102 acres employing 2 in dor labr, born Hibaldstow), Mary (58, born Hibaldstow), Jane (21, dressmaker, born Hibaldstow) and Mary (18, dressmaker, born Hibaldstow). Also a house servat Thomasin Spittlehouse, 18 and 2 farm labourers, William Kennington, 29 and Willinson Allison, 20.

1861 census: in Hibaldstow, Lincs (both HUNSLEY), Thomas (70, retired farmer, born Hibaldstow) and Mary (68, born Blybrough, Lincs) Also Mary S WELCH (granddaughter, 17, assistant, born Hibaldstow).

Thomas probably died in 1864 - there were two death registrations of Thomas Little that year, in Q1 (Glanford B 7a/477) and Q4 (Glanford B 7a/390).

Mary probably died in Q2 1873, aged 80 (Glanford B 7a/414) but I can't find her in the 1871 census. 
LITTLE, Thomas (I1479)
 
208 1841 census: in High Street, Newmarket, Suffolk, Robert (50, surgeon, not born in Suffolk), Sarah (40, not born in Suffolk), Robert (20), Mary (15), Frederick (15) and James (7). The 4 children were born in Suffolk.

1871 census: at Pembury Villa, District 7, Folkestone, Emily HAMMOND (head, widow, 42, born Newmarket, Suffolk), John Edward HAMMOND (son, 20, farm pupil, born Ashley, Cambridge), Herbert A HAMMOND (son, 17, bank clerk, born Ashley, Cambridge), Sarah PECK (mother, widow, 72, born Folkestone), Frederic John PECK (brother, unmarried, 46, retired bank clerk, born Newmarket, Suffolk), Martha C PECK (sister, unmarried, 39, born Newmarket, Suffolk) and Sarah Ann HARVEY (servant, 25, cook, born Womasn's Wold, Kent). 
PECK, Dr Robert James (I589)
 
209 1841 census: in High Street, St John the Baptist, Margate, George KNIGHT (35, victualler, not born Kent), Jane KNIGHT (35, born Kent), Jane WOOTTON (15, born Kent), Caroline WELLS* (40, Independent, born Kent), Mary SLADDEN (20, femal servant, born Kent) and Alfred BRETT (15, male servant, born Kent).
* possibly Jane's sister?

1851 census: in High Street, St John the Baptist, Margate, George KNIGHT (49, inn keeper, born Gloucestershire), Jane KNIGHT (49, born Minster, Kent) and 6 lodgers.

1861 census: at 33 High Street, St John the Baptist, Margate, George KNIGHT (58, confectioner, born Gloucestershire), Jane KNIGHT (60, born Minster, Kent).

Jane appears consistently to have understated her age. When she died in 1868 it was given as 73, tending to confirm the IGI baptsmal date of 19 July 1795 (a second IGI says 1797). 
KNIGHT, George (I2974)
 
210 1841 census: in Ickham Street, Ickham, George (30, farmer), Edward (25, farmer) and John (20, farmer).

In 1854 & 1864, paid rates as residing at Oast House, Preston Hill.

1851 & 1861 censuses - with mother Kezia (qv).

A farmer of Cleve Court Monkton.

Possibly he who appeared in F G Harrod & Co's Postal and Commercial Directory of Kent, 1867 as George and John Minter, farmers of Wingham.

1871 & 1881 censuses - with brother George (qv)

In 1884, living at Wickhambreaux with freehold house and land at Wingham Hill.

Appeared in Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1887 as John Minter, farmer, Frognell, Wickhambreaux.

In 1889, living at Frognall Stodmarsh and at Wickhambreaux, a farmer.

IN 1891, John was living with his nephew George M GOODSON (30, unmarried, farmer) and George's mother Kezia GOODSON (74, widow, living on own means).

September 2009: the website at www.cricinfo.com/england/content/player/17892.html says that John played first-class cricket in 1843 for the Gentlemen of Kent.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
MINTER John of Cleve court Monkton Thanet Kent farmer died 9 March 1893 at Upton St Peter's Kent Probate Canterbury 3 May 1893 to George Minter Goodson and Edward Stephen Goodson farmers Effects £10795 19s 3d.

Tombstone in Wickhambreaux:
In memory of George Minter who departed this life
November 16th 1883 age 74 years
also Sarah sister of the above, died May 1st 1890 age 79 years
also John Minter died March 9 1893 age 75 years. 
Minter, John (I1015)
 
211 1841 census: in Ickham Street, Ickham, William SHARP (30, journeyman carpenter), Mary SHARP (35), Emma SHARP (9) and Thomas SHARP (4).

1851 census: in Ickham, William SHARP (41, journeyman carpenter), Mary A SHARP (44), Emma SHARP (18) and Thomas W SHARP (13, errand boy).

1861 census: in Ickham Street, Ickham, William SHARP (50, carpenter), Mary Ann SHARP (54), Emma SHARP (28, dressmaker) and Julia SHARP (8, scholar). 
SHARPE, William (I3942)
 
212 1841 census: in Kirton-in-Lindsey (both PARROTT), John (65, ag lab) and Elizabeth (65).

John died in 1849 and was buried aged 74.

1851 census: in Kirton-in-Lindsey, Elizabeth PARROTT (head, widow, 75, pauper late wife of ag lab, born Messingham, Lincs). 
PARROTT, John (I1418)
 
213 1841 census: in Leiston, Suffolk, John (50, farmer), Elizabeth (50), John (15) and Mary (15).

1851 census: in Leiston, Suffolk, John (61, farmer 150 acres, 7 men) and Elizabeth (63).

1861 census: in Albert Road, Leiston, Suffolk (next census entry to son John Rust), John (72, farmer) and Elizabeth (73). 
GRIMSEY, John (I338)
 
214 1841 census: in Lenton Row, Hyson Green, Notts (all LYMBERY, all born in county), William (25, cotton lace maker), Harriett (25) and Frederick (3).

1851 census: in Lenton Row, Hyson Green, Notts (all LYMBERY), William Roe (39, lace manufacturer, born Hyson Green), Harriett (35, household work, born Nottingham), Frederick (13, scholar, born Hyson Green), William Henry (11, scholar, born Hyson Green), Arthur James Roe (5, scholar, born Hyson Green), Lorenzo R---- (1, born Hyson Green). And a servant Eliza Dorsey (15) 
LYMBERY, William Roe (I2405)
 
215 1841 census: in Lenton Row, Lenton, Nottingham (all HANCOCK, all born in county), Samuel (15, apprentice lace maker), Charlotte (40), Charlotte (13), Catharine (20), Thomas (15, smith), John (9), James (7), William (5), Esther (3) and George (1).

April 2015 - Sally Bruce comments on the above:
"... puzzled over the absence of Samuel 1795 on the 1841 census when I first started looking at family history but assumed he was perhaps away on business? However, after your email, I went back to the census for another look. On Genes Reunited, you can see the previous page. I saw the very last entry looked as if it had faded or erased. There was a name but I could not read it, unfortunately, but it might just be the explanation. Samuel senior died 1866"

1851 census: in Bloomsgrove Street, Radford, Nottinghamshire (all HANCOCK), Samuel (head, widower, 56, oil and grease agent, born Nottingham), Charlotte (daughter, 23, born Nottingham), John (son, 18, apprentice hosier, born Ison Green, Notts), James R (son, 17, frame smith, born Ison Green, Notts), William (son, 15, upholsterer, born Nottingham) and George Henry (son, 11, born Nottingham).

1861 census: in Wollaston Street, Sherwood, Nottinghamshire (all HANCOCK), Samuel (head, widower, 66, retired lace maker, born Nottingham), Charlotte (daughter, 33, born Nottingham), James R (son, 27, machine smith, born Ison Green, Notts), William (son, 25, upholsterer, master employing 1 boy, born Nottingham) and Geo H (son, 21, hosier, born Hyson Green). Also two grandchildren, Arthur P BALDWIN (10) and Charles BALDWIN (9), both born Iron Bridge, Salop. 
HANCOCK, Samuel (I3257)
 
216 1841 census: in Littlebourne Street, Littlebourne, Kent (all REVELL, all born in Kent), William (65, ag lab), Hester (65), John(17, ag lab) and Clara (2).

Not found in 1851. 
REVELL, William (I3206)
 
217 1841 census: in Low Road, Yoxford, Suffolk, Sarah WAYLING (30), John WAYLING (12), William WAYLING (4) and Robert WAYLING (3).

1851 census: Sarah was with her stepson John WAYLING (qv).

From Elizabeth Pilgrim, August 2010:
"Sarah Skoulding was buried 1st September 1860 aged 53, of Great Yarmouth but at Kelsale which I presume was her family home as she married there." 
SKOULDING, Sarah (I270)
 
218 1841 census: in Lower Caistor, Norfolk, Jeremiah FISHER (40, ag lab), Ann FISHER (30), Leanor FISHER (7), Harriett FISHER (5), Christiana FISHER (3), Charity FISHER (3) and Emily FISHER (1). All born Norfolk except Ann. FISHER, Jeremiah (I309)
 
219 1841 census: in Lower Street, Wickham Market, James (50, veterinary surgeon), Sophia (45), Isaac (25), Henry (20), Mary Ann (20), Susanna (15), Emma (15), Harriet (9), Sophia GARROD (20), James GARROD (1), and Sarah King (14, female servant).

1851 census: in Bridge Street, Wickham Market, Isaac (38, veterinary & farmer occupier of 37 acres land employing 2 labourers), Sophia (mother, widow, 60, annuitant, born Campsey Ashe, Suffolk), Harriet (sister, 19, at home) and Rebecca BUTTON (19, house maid). 
CHURCHYARD, James (I11)
 
220 1841 census: in Luddenham, Kent (all KENNETT), George (40, ag lab), Hannah (sic) (40), Basil (15, ag lab), William (12, ag lab), George (10, ag lab), Harrison (8, ag lab) and Robert (5).

1851 census: in Luddenham, Kent (all KENNETT), George (51, farm labourer), Joanna (53), Basil (25, farm labourer) and Robert (15, farm labourer). 
KENNETT, George (I957)
 
221 1841 census: in Mansion House Street, St John the Baptist, Margate, Kent, William SHINGLETON (64, mariner), Sarah SHINGLETON (50) and John SHINGLETON (30, mariner). Also John MINTER (10), Edward MINTER (6) and a name which has been altered from Mary to Martin or vice versa, but age, 4, is shown in the 'males' column.
If William's age is accurate he would have been born about 1777.

Probable death in Q4 1844 I of Thanet 5/359 as William SHINGLESTON. 
SHINGLESTONE, William (I3146)
 
222 1841 census: in Manton, Lincs (all Hunsley, all born in Lincs), John (70, farmer). Will (40), Elizath. 40), Priscilla (13), John (10), Matilda (7) and Thos. (2). Also Jane QUIBLE or QUIBILE, 20, female servant). Could this Jane be she who married George Hunsley in 1848 and went to America with him in 1850? I certainly can't find her in the 1851 UK census.

1851 census: in Manton, Lincs (indexed as KINSLEY by Ancestry) (all HUNSLEY except servants), John (head, widower, 85, farmer of 900 acres employing 2 labourers and 2 boys, born Scawby), Elizabeth (daughter [in law], widow, 51, born Manton), Priscilla (granddaughter, single, 22, born Manton), John (grandson, single, 20, born Manton), Matilda (granddaughter, 16, born Manton), Thomas (grandson, 11, born Manton) and Celina (granddaughter, 9, born Manton). Also two farm labourers Samuel HANNA (15) and Thomas HANNA (20) both born Saxby, Lincs.

This John Hunsley could be the person referred to in the following Wikipedia article:
«b»John Hunsley«/b» was a bagpiper from Manton, North Lincolnshire and last known player of the Lincolnshire bagpipes, which he played until shortly before his death at around 1850.
Hunsley's music was described as unrefined, or "unmelodious", but popular amongst his peers. Hunsley was known to play for riotous parties where guests "danced until the brick dust came through the soles of their feet." One commentator noted that Hunsley's bagpipe was "little more than the Oaten Pipe improved with a bag." Organologist Anthony Baines notes that Hunsley used to send his pipes to be "tuned" in Edinburgh. Another reference claimed that he took the pipes himself, on a white pony. The same authority recorded that he was a champion boxer and wrestler, defeated only once in his life.

 
HUNSLEY, John (I440)
 
223 1841 census: in Manton, Lincs (all Hunsley, all born in Lincs), John (70, farmer). Will (40), Elizath. 40), Priscilla (13), John (10), Matilda (7) and Thos. (2). Also Jane QUIBLE or QUIBILE, 20, female servant). Could this Jane be she who married George Hunsley in 1848 and went to America with him in 1850? I certainly can't find her in the 1851 UK census.

1851 census: in Manton, Lincs (indexed as KINSLEY by Ancestry) (all HUNSLEY except servants), John (head, widower, 85, farmer of 900 acres employing 2 labourers and 2 boys, born Scawby), Elizabeth (daughter [in law], widow, 51, born Manton), Priscilla (granddaughter, single, 22, born Manton), John (grandson, single, 20, born Manton), Matilda (granddaughter, 16, born Manton), Thomas (grandson, 11, born Manton) and Celina (granddaughter, 9, born Manton). Also two farm labourers Samuel HANNA (15) and Thomas HANNA (20) both born Saxby, Lincs. 
HUNSLEY, William (I455)
 
224 1841 census: in Mercery Lane, St Andrews Canterbury (all CLARIS), William (35, linen draper), Sarah (35), William (12), George (11), John (8), Sarah (4), James (1).

1851 census: at 1 Mercery Lane, St Andrews Canterbury (all CLARIS), William (47, linen draper), Sarah (48), William (22), Sarah (15), James (11).

1861 census: at 1 Mercery Lane, St Andrews Canterbury (all CLARIS except Sarah M TAPLEY), William (57, linen draper), Sarah M (58), Sarah M TAPLEY (married, 23), James C (21). 
CLARIS, William (I857)
 
225 1841 census: in Messingham, Lincs (all SIMPSON, all born Lincolnshire), John (25, ag lab), Sarah (20), Caroline (5), George (3) and Joseph (1).

1851 census: in Back Lane, Waddingham, Lincs (all SIMPSON), John (37, carrier, born Crosby, Lincs), Sarah (36, born Messingham), Caroline (15, house servant), George (13, ag lab), Joseph (11, scholar), Sarah (8, scholar) and Thomas (6, scholar). All the children were born in Waddingham.

1861 census: in Town St East, Waddingham, Lincs (all SIMPSON), Sarah (wife, 40, female ag lab, born Messingham), Sarah (18, female ag lab) and Thomas (16, ag lab). Both the children were born in Waddingham.
John not found.

1871 census: in Simpson's Lane, Waddingham, Lincs (all SIMPSON), John (60, farmer, birthplace 'N.H') Sarah (wife, 59, born Messingham), Thomas (son, 24, ag lab, born Waddingham), Sarah J EVERATT (grandaughter, 12, born Waddingham), Charlotte HUNSLEY (niece, 16, domestic servant out of employ, born Scotter, Lincs), George RUSLING (son in law, 30, ag lab, born Worlaby, Lincs), Sarah RUSLING (daughter, 26, born Waddingham), Charles RUSLING (grandson, 7, scholar, born Waddingham), Cornelius RUSLING (grandson, 5, scholar, born Waddingham) and Joseph RUSLING (2, born Waddingham [relationship not stated but presumably another grandson])

1881 census: not found.

1891 census: in Waddingham, Lincs (both SIMPSON), John (76, farmer, born Crosby, Lincs) and Sarah (wife, 74, born Messingham).

1901 census: in The Green, Waddingham, Lincs (both SIMPSON), John (86, reired farmer, born Crosby, Lincs) and Sarah (wife, 84, born Messingham) 
SIMPSON, John (I1700)
 
226 1841 census: in Middle Street, Deal, Robert PETLEY (35, schoolmaster), Mary PETLEY (30) and Robert PETLEY (2), all born Kent.

1851 census: at 31 Middle Street, Deal, Robert PETLEY (44, schoolmaster), Mary PETLEY (40, schoolmistress), Robert J PETLEY (12), Laurence H PETLEY (8), Emily C PETLEY (5) and Clara P PETLEY (2).

1861 census: at 3 Middle Street, Deal, Mary PETLEY (widow, 50, lodging house keeper), Emily C PETLEY (15) and Mary's aunt, Sarah MINTER (unmarried, 75, annuitant). 
PETLEY, Robert (I4282)
 
227 1841 census: in New Ruttington Lane, St Gregory Canterbury, Elizabeth (70, nurse), living with Harriet (35, beer seller), presumably her daughter.

Buried as of New Ruttington Lane, aged 79. 
WOOD, Elizabeth (I179)
 
228 1841 census: in New Ruttington Lane, St Gregory Canterbury, Harriet (35, beer seller) and (presumably) her mother Elizabeth (70, nurse).

A beer retailer at New Ruttington Lane in 1849 (listed in the South East Coast Directory (J Williams), 1849) and 1859 (listed as Mrs H Minter in A Directory of Canterbury and its Suburbs (Charles Marten), 1859) .

1851 census: at 4 New Ruttington Lane, aged 48, beer shop keeper.

Appeared in the 1855 and 1859 Kelly's Directory as Mrs Harriet Minter, beer retailer, New Ruttington Lane, Canterbury.

On 1861 census, 58, unmarried, lodging in Northgate, Canterbury. And on 1871 census, 68, unmarried, dressmaker, living with lodgers William and Harriet Shepherd. 
Minter, Harriet Sarah (I212)
 
229 1841 census: in New Street, St Clement Sandwich, Kent, Harriet (20, servant).

Lived in almshouses in Sandwich; died aged 103. 
Minter, Harriet (I195)
 
230 1841 census: in Newbold Road, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, Samuel (34, coal merchant), Emma (35), Edwin (11), David (9) *, Frances (8), George (6) and Emma (4). Seemingly in the same house was Louisa GRIMLEY (20, female servant), Samuel's sister-in-law.
* no other trace found.

1851 census: at 10 Fulham Place, Paddington St Mary, London, Samuel (head, 43, stone & brick merchant, born Willenhall *, Staff), Emma (wife, 44, born Aston, Warwick), Edwin (son, 20, clerk, born Willenhall, Staff), Francis (sic) (daughter, 17, born Willenhall, Staff), George W (son, 16, stone mason, born Leamington, Warwick), Catherine L (daughter, 9, born Leamington, Warwick), Ann M (9 months, born Paddington), Louisa GRIMLEY (sister [sister-in-law], 32, born Willenhall, Staff), Ann BUTLER (17, servant, born Willenhall, Staff) and Isaac TILDESLEY (brother, married, 41 born Willenhall, Staff).
* The enumerator wrote 'Whitenhall' in every instance.

1861 census: the only family members to have been found are:
Catherine L - age 19, professor of music, born Leamington, a visitor at 2 Clarence Buildings, Melcombe Regis, Dorset, home of Mary BEALE, widow, 40, ship owner, born Portsmouth, Hants and Mary's nephew John R A FUZZARD, 13, scholar, born Southsea, Hants.
Anne Maria - age 10, scholar, a border at a boarding school at 75 Montpelier Road, Brighton, Sussex.
Edwin - see his own Notes. 
TILDESLEY, Samuel (I279)
 
231 1841 census: in Newbolt Road, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, Samuel TILDESLEY (34, coal merchant, NOT born in Warwickshire), Emma TILDESLEY (35, born in Warwickshire), Edwin TILDESLEY (11, NOT born in Warwickshire), David TILDESLEY (9, NOT born in Warwickshire), Frances TILDESLEY (8, NOT born in Warwickshire), George TILDESLEY (6, born in Warwickshire) and Emma TILDESLEY (4, born in Warwickshire).

1851 census: Emma (13, born ' Warwick - Leamington') was a scholar at a school at 31 Hamilton Terrace, St Marylebone, London.

Death announced in The Times (London, England), Tuesday, Sep 23, 1919; pg. 1; Issue 42212. "On the 17th Sept., at Ellesmere, widow of JOHN MINTER, of Southall, aged 82."

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
MINTER Emma of Nettleden House Church-street Ellesmere Shropshire widow died 17 September 1919 Probate London 13 January 1920 to Frank Minter and Percy Minter civil servants. Effects £4702 16s 3d. 
TILDESLEY, Emma (I2371)
 
232 1841 census: in Park Row, Trafalgar Road, St Alphege, Greenwich (all HARRIMAN), William (50, chemist, not born in county), Susannah (35, not born in county), Mary (6, born in county), Sarah S (5, born in county) and Ann (9 months, born in county).

1851 census: at 22 Park Row, Trafalgar Road, Greenwich (all HARRIMAN), William (head, married *, 62, chemist &c, born Holborn, Leicester Square), Mary (daughter, 16, at home, born Blackheath, Kent), S Susannah (daughter, 15, at home, born Blackheath, Kent), S Jane (daughter, 12, at home, born Peckham, Surrey), Anne (daughter, 10, home, born Greenwich, Kent) and M E (daughter, 8, home, born Greenwich, Kent).
* wife not found.

1861 census: William had died.
At 9 Hill S, Woolwich (all HARRIMAN), Susannah (head, widow, 54, born London), Sarah S (daughter, 25, born Blackhearth, Kent), Marie (daughter, 22, milliner, born Peckham, Surrey) and Susan J (daughter, 18, dress maker, born Greenwich, Kent). Also a lodger.

1871 census: at 14 Trafalgar Grove, Greenwich, William REEVE (head, married, 38, clerk in vestry clerks office, born Kent [piece of page torn off]), Annie REEVE (wife, 30, born Greenwich), William George REEVE (son, 8, scholar, born Plumstead), Minnie REEVE (daughter, 9, scholar, born Greenwich), Florence Annie REEVE (daughter, 4, born Greenwich) and Susannah J HARRIMAN (mother in law, widow, 64, born Marylebone). 
HARRIMAN, William (I1071)
 
233 1841 census: in Portobello, Willenhall, Staffs, Samuel (70, grocer), Mathew (35, timber dealer), Mary Ann (20), Fanny (3) and Mary (1). Mary Ann may have been Matthew's wife and Fanny and Mary his children. TILDESLEY, Samuel (I386)
 
234 1841 census: in Pound houses, Theydon Bois, Essex (all RILEY), William (40, ag lab), Ann (40), William (18), Isaac (16), George (14), John (12), James (10), Elizabeth (6), Samuel (2) and Sarah (6 weeks).

1851 census: in Epping Common, Theydon Bois, Essex (all RILEY), William (52, farming labourer, born Mountnessing, Essex), Ann (51, born Epping, Essex), James (18, farming labourer), Elizabeth (15), Samuel (12), Thomas (7) and 2 lodgers. All children born Theydon Bois.

1861 census: near Epping Common, Theydon Bois, Essex (all RILEY), William (64, ag lab, born Mountnessing, Essex), Ann (62, born Epping, Essex) and Thomas (17, brickmaker, born Theydon Bois). 
RILEY, William (I772)
 
235 1841 census: in Princes Street, Ramsgate, Kent, James (35, police constable) and Maria (35).

1851 census: at 3 Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate, Kent, James (45, lath render) and Maria (43).

Appeared in the 1852 Post Office Directory of Kent (Kelly's) as a Trader, James Minter, 3 Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate.

Appeared in the Directory of Kent, Melville & Co, 1858 as a Trader, James Minter, Apartments, Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate.

1861 census: at Swiss Cottage, Ramsgate, James (55, lath render) and Maria (53).

Appeared in the commercial section of the 1862 Post Office Directory of Kent as James Minter, lodging house, Swiss Cottage, Vale, Ramsgate.

1871 census: at 2 Spencer Street, Ramsgate, James (65, lath render) and Maria (64).

1881 census: at 14 Cumberland Road, Ramsgate, Maria (widow, 73, laundress) and the BROWN family as lodgers. 
Minter, James (I143)
 
236 1841 census: in Rackheath, Norfolk, Robert (50), ag lab, Lydia (50), Rebecca (15), James (12) and Christmas (10).

1851 census: in Rackheath, Norfolk, Robert (67), ag. lab., Lydia (66), sons Samuel (33) and James (24) and Samuel's wife Maria (30) and daughter Rebecca (2). Also 2 grandaughters: Mary (15) (probably the orphaned daughter of Robert Cossey and Alithea Minter) and Jane (8) (no indication of who she was). Robert's daughter Rebecca was a house servant in Church Lane, St Faiths, Sprowston, Norfolk on the farm of George and Sarah BARNES. A Mary, aged 15, born Rackheath, was a servant with Mary Ann NEWMAN at George Hill, Catton, Norfolk - she could have been the daughter of Robert and Lydia but there is no evidence of this.

1861 census: Robert (77) a widower and still working as a labourer, described as brother-in-law!, was living with his daughter Rebecca and her husband Robert LAND and family in Sprowston Road, Sprowston, Norfolk.

1871 census: now 85 and correctly described as father-in-law, Robert was still living with the LAND family but no longer working, apparently. He died in 1874. 
Minter, Robert (I10)
 
237 1841 census: in Radnor Street, Folkestone, Henry PAIN (47, boatbuilder), Charlotte PAIN (40), William PAIN (10), Ann PAIN (7), Mary PAIN (5), Charlotte PAIN (3) and John PAIN (8 months).

It's possible that both Henry and Charlotte PAIN died in the 1840s, along with some of their children. This would explain the following:
1851 census: Mary PAIN (14, servant) and John PAIN (10) were living in Church Street, Folkstone as niece and nephew of Henry WARMAN (60, Parish Clerk) and his wife Sarah (66), both Folkestone-born. 
PAIN, Henry (I909)
 
238 1841 census: in Ridgewell, Essex, William (30+/-, shopkeeper), Rhoda (30+/-), William (5), Rhoda (3) and Elizabeth (1).

Appeared in the 1845 Kelly's Post Office Directory of the six home counties as William Daniel Minter, shopkeeper & beer shop, Ridgewell.

Appointed to the British Postal Service at Brightlingsea in 1847 (British Postal Service Appointment Books, 1737-1969 at Ancestry.co.uk, August 2011)

1851 census: in North Street, Brightlingsea, William (39, grocer & draper), Rhoda (43), Rhoda (13, scholar), Elizabeth (11, scholar), Mary Ann (8, scholar), Eleanor (5) and Samuel (1).

Kelly's Post Office Directory Home Counties 1852, lists W D Minter, grocer, Brightlingsea, Colchester.

Appeared in Kelly's Directory 1855 as W D Minter, grocer & tea merchant, Brightlingsea.

1861 census: in High Street, Brightlingsea, William (50, grocer & draper, employing one man), Rhoda (56), Mary Ann (18, assistant), Eleanor (15, scholar) and Samuel (11, scholar). Daughter Rhoda (23) was a draper's assistant in Silver Street, Ilminster, Somerset.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
25 April 1867 Effects under £300. The Will of William Daniel Minter late of Brightlingsea in the County of Essex Grocer deceased who died 11 March 1867 at Brightlingsea aforesaid was proved at Ipswich by the oath of Rhoda Minter of Brightlingsea aforesaid Widow the Relict one of the Executors.

1871 census: at the Post Office, High Street, Brightlingsea, Rhoda (63, widow, postmistress), Eleanor (24, assistant in post office) and Samuel (21, shipwright).

1881 census: at the Post Office, High Street, Brightlingsea, Rhoda (73, widow, sub-postmistress), son-in-law William F PATTISON (32, sailmaker and ship's chandler employing 2 men), granddaughters Rhoda N PATTISON (5, scholar) and Eva PATTISON (1) plus a female domestic servant. William PATTISON's wife Eleanor (35) was staying with her sister Elizabeth, her husband Henry MEDCALF and their family in High Street, Balshaw, Cambridgeshire.

1891 census: in Queen Street, Brightlingsea, Rhoda (83, widow, retired postmistress), son-in-law George RICHES (52, joiner) and his wife (Rhoda's daughter) Rhoda RICHES (53) and their son Arthur (18, butcher). Rhoda senior's birthplace was given as Great Bromley, Essex.

From the History, Gazetteer and Directory of the County of Essex, William White, 1848
(at www.archipel.demon.co.uk/Tendring/brightlingsea.html):
POST OFFICE at W.D.Minter's. Letters despatched 5 evening via Colchester, by foot post.
At same site, for St Osyth:
CARRIERS. To Colchester, Tu, Thur & Sat. Franklin James Minter Ruth 
Minter, William Daniel (I3)
 
239 1841 census: in Sandy Lane, Bordesley, Birmingham (all HIATT), William (head, 25, journeyman stone mason, not born Warwickshire), Margritt (30, not born Warwickshire), Mary (3, born Warwickshire), George (2, born Warwickshire) and William (1, born Warwickshire).

1851 census: at 26 Paul Street, St Marylebone, London (all HIATT), Margarett (head, marital status obliterated, -4, laundress, born Herefordshire), George (12, errand boy, born Birmingham), Mary (11, scholar, born Birmingham), William (10, scholar, born Birmingham) and John (9 [or7], scholar, born St Marylebone) Also a servant, Elizabeth OATES, unmarried, 20, born Harrogate, Yorkshire).

1861 census: not found.

1871 census: not found.

1881 census: at 114 Canterbury Road, Willesden, Middlesex (both HYATT), George (43, cabman, born Birmingham) and Caroline (42, laundress, born Chelsea).

1891 census: at 27 Salisbury Road, Willesden, Middlesex (both HIATT), George (56, grooms ----keeper, born Birmingham) and Caroline (52, born Chelsea). Also Florence MINTER (niece, 17, born Chelsea).

Caroline probably died in Q2 1891. George hasn't been found in censuses after 1891 and his death hasn't been found. 
HIATT, George (I15)
 
240 1841 census: in Scotter, Lincolnshire (all as WHITLAM), Simon (20), Sarah (20) and Thomas (3 months). All born on Lincolnshire.

1851 census: in Cleatham, Lincolnshire (all WHITELAM), Simon (33, farm labourer, born Scotter, Lincs), Sarah (32, born West Ferry, Lincs), Elizabeth (6, born Scotter), Mary (5, born Scotter), Sarah (3, born Scotter), Ann (1, born Scotter) and Thomas (4 days, born Cleatham). Also Eden ROBSON (24, house servant, born Scotter).

1861 census: in Scotton, Lincolnshire (all WHITELAM), Simon (42, ag lab, born Scotton Lincs), Sarah (42, born Eat Ferry, Lincs), Thomas (10, born Cleatham), John (8, born Cleatham), Susannah (6, born Cleatham), George (4, born Scotton), Mary (15, born Scotton) and Joseph (1, born Scotton). 
WHITELAM, Simon (I19)
 
241 1841 census: in Sion Row, Ramsgate, Anthony KING (75. independent means) and Martha KING (70).

Per Janet Read, Anthony is described on his death certificate as 82 years old, a gentleman.

Tombstone in St Lawrence, Thanet:
Anthony King died 1846
Elizabeth King died 1817
Anthony King died 1833
Martha King died 1854. 
KING, Anthony (I103)
 
242 1841 census: in South Rainham, Norfolk, (all HARPER), Humphrey (35, bricklayer), Ann (40), Ann (15), Charles (14), Lawrence (12), Kezia (6), James (4) and Harriett (2). All born Norfolk.

1851 census: in South Rainham, Norfolk, (all HARPER), Humphrey (47, bricklayer, born South Rainham), Ann (50, school mistress, born Norwich, Norfolk), James (14, ag lab, born South Rainham), Harriet (12, scholar, born South Rainham) and Margaret (8, scholar, born South Rainham). 
HARPER, Humphrey (I31)
 
243 1841 census: in South Street, Long Melford (indexed and recorded as DOWNIE) (all born in Suffolk), William (52, ag lab), Mary (45), Robert (15, ag lab), John (14, ag lab), George (12, ag lab), David (9) and Susan (10 months).

William's first wife died in 1844 and he remarried in 1847.

1851 census (1): in Liston, Essex, William (62, ag lab, born Foxearth, Essex), Sarah (48, straw plaiter, born Melford, Suffolk) and David (20, ag lab, born Melford). Also Sophia ANDREWS (daughter in law, 15, needlewoman, born Melford, Suffolk).
1851 census (2): Susan, 10, scholar, born Melford, was living as the niece of John CLARK (44, ag lab, born Wherstead(?), Suffolk and his wife Susan (44, born Chedborough(?), Suffolk).

William died in 1857.

1861 census: in Liston, Essex, Sarah DOWNEY (head, widow, 60, formerly char woman, born Melford), Sophia HEMPSTEAD (daughter, lodger, married, 21, cocoa mat weavers wife, born Melford), Isabella E HEMPSTEAD (granddaughter, 2, born Lyston, Essex) and Sarah A HEMPSTEAD (granddaughter, 7 months, born Lyston, Essex).

I searched all of Liston and Foxearth for 1871 but didn't find Sarah. The death of a Sarah Downey was registered at Sudbury in Q4 1875 but her age is shown in the index as 78.

 
DOWNEY, William (I1985)
 
244 1841 census: in Southwood, St Lawrence, Kent, aged 81 of independent means. No sign of wife Sarah.
Buried as of Southwood, aged 88. 
WALK, John (I57)
 
245 1841 census: in Spring Place, St Mary Dover, Stephen (30, publican), Susannah (25), Harriet (9), Sarah (5) and Jane (3).

Appeared in the 1845 Post Office Directory (Kelly's) at the Regent Tap, Dover.

The following was found on Ancestry in November 2012, posted by Paul Silk:
the Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser, Saturday 5 January, 1850. Price 5d
DOVER PETTY SESSIONS
FRIDAY - Before the Mayor, and C. B. Wilkins, W. P. Elsted, and G. Graham Esqrs.
Barzillai Birch (Lord Warden), Thomas Hobday (Ancient Druids), and Stephen Minter (Royal Arms), were each charged upon information with three several offences:- 1st for selling beer, 2nd for selling spirits, and, 3rd for selling tobacco, in booths upon a certain ground on which a fair was recently held without being licensed so to do. John Lewis, Esq. Collector of the license, attended to watch proceedings; and the prosecution was conducted by Mr. S. Chalk, the defendants being supported by Mr. Tapley. Birch was first arranged, on the charge of selling beer. Mr. Goodall, of the Excise, supported the information, and the evidence adduced being satisfactory to the Bench, defendant was convicted on this charge in the mitigating penalty of £5. The charge of selling spirits was then proffered against Birch. Mr. Tapley took an objection to the information, on the ground that the charge was not made either in the words or substance of the Act, and that the negative exceptions had not been distinctly enumerated. Several cases were cited in support of the objections; to which Mr. Chalk replied by adopting citation in support of the information. The Bench ultimately ruled that the objection was fatal, and the charge was quashed. The charge for selling tobacco being about to be proceeded with, Mr. Tapley stated that his client would admit the charge; that the other defendants admitted the charges against them, and the whole threw themselves upon the mercy of the court, and praying that the magistrates in addition to conviction in the mitigating penalty on all the offences, would recommend to the Board of Excise a further mitigation, so as to reduce the penalty to £6 upon each defendant, as had been suggested by the prosecution.
The Bench assented to the proposition, and judgement being taken on all the cases the defendants were severely fined in the mitigated penalty of £30, with the understanding that a recommendation would be forwarded for a further mitigation as suggested."


1851 census: at the 'Royal Arms', Council House Street, Dover, Stephen (40, licensed victualler), Susanna (39), Harriet (18, dress maker), Sarah A (16) and Jane (13). All are shown as born Ash.

Appeared in the 1852 Post Office Directory of Kent (Kelly's) at the Royal Arms, Council House Street, Dover.

1861 census: in Ash Street, Ash, Stephen (46, ag lab), second wife Mary A (35), Mary's three children (shown incorrectly as 'in - law') Ann E SPINNER (12), Mary A SPINNER (7) and James SPINNER (5) and an unnamed infant son 6 days old. There is no sign of the registration of a marriage between Mary Ann and a Mr Spinner and Mary Ann's first child Ann was probably fathered by someone else, possibly an Edward Cowell with whom Mary was living as a servant in 1851 at Garlinge, St John the Baptist, Margate. At that time Mary was recorded as Mary Ann PIERCE, 24, born Birchington and Ann was recorded as Ann Elizabeth PIERCE, 2, born Minster. The name PEARCE was given as Mary's previous name when she married Stephen in 1861, which also lends weight to the idea that she did not marry Mr Spinner.

1871 census: in New Street, Ash, Stephen (60, ag lab), Mary Ann (43), Mary Ann (19), James (16, ag lab), Sarah A (10, scholar), Eliza J (7, scholar), Ellen J (4, scholar) and grandson John H (1 month). Sarah A must be the child who was entered in 1861 as a male infant. The identity of John H is unknown.

1881 census: Mary Ann, now a widow age 54, was living in Bishopbourne with her brother in law Robert Minter (qv). 
Minter, Stephen (I11)
 
246 1841 census: in St Dunstan Canterbury (apparently without their parents) (all AUSTEN), George (20, plumber &c), Edward (15, butcher), Minter (15, painter) and Ellen (13). All born Kent.

1851 census: in Cross Street, St Dunstan Canterbury (all AUSTEN), Minter (2-, painter, born Canterbury), Sarah A (25, born Badlemere, Kent), Minter (5, born Canterbury), Thomas (3, born Canterbury), William (2, born Canterbury) and George (5 mo, born Canterbury).

1861 census: at 59 Palace Street, Canterbury (all AUSTEN), Minter (37, master plumber, born Canterbury), Sarah A (35, born Badlesmere, Kent), Minter (16, carpenter ap., born Canterbury), Thomas (14, butchers boy, born Canterbury), William (12, plumber at home, born Canterbury), George (10, scholar, born Canterbury), Edward (8, scholar, born Canterbury), Mary (6, scholar, born Canterbury), Henry (4, scholar, born Canterbury), John (2, born Canterbury) and Lucy (1 mo, born Canterbury).

1871 census: at 1 Chantry Lane, St Paul, Canterbury (all AUSTEN), Minter (46, painter, born Canterbury), Sarah A (45, born Throwley, Kent), Henry (14, scholar, born Canterbury), John (12, scholar, born Canterbury), Lucy (10, scholar, born Canterbury), James (8, scholar, born Canterbury) and Alexander (4, born Canterbury). 
AUSTEN, Minter (I645)
 
247 1841 census: in St Dunstan, Kent (probably in New Street, the page is damaged), George AUSTEN (20, plumber &c), Edward AUSTEN (15, butcher), Minter AUSTEN (15, painter) and Ellen (13). AUSTEN, George (I644)
 
248 1841 census: in St Giles Hill, Norwich, William WARNER (30, coach painter), Harriet (35), William (7), Bishop (5), Frederick (2), John (6 months)

1851 census: in Wellington Square, St Giles Norwich, William WARNER (40, coach painter), Harriet (45), William (16, coach maker (App)), Bishop (14, coach trimmer (App.)), Frederick (11, errand boy), John (10, scholar), Harriet (5), Meditation MINTER (mother in law, widow, 66) and John MINTER (unmarried, 26, labourer) - a visitor but in fact William WARNER's brother-in-law.

1861 census: in St Giles Hill, St Giles Norwich, William WARNER (50, coach painter), Harriet (55), John (20, labourer to coach smith) and Harriet Minter WARNER (15).

1871 census: at 4 St Giles Hill, St Giles Norwich, William WARNER (60, coach painter), Harriet (65) and Bishop (grandson, 7, born St Giles Norwich).

1881 census: Harriet now a widow aged 75, lived with or next door to her daughter-in-law Maria WARNER (Bishop Warner's widow) in St Giles, Norwich. Harriet's grandson Frederick (alias Bishop Frederick) HASTING [HASTINGS] (9, scholar) was staying with her. David Booty notes that he was also listed with his parents.

1891 census: possibly the Harriet WARNER, aged 85, widow, inmate, retired domestic servant, born Fritton, in the Workhouse, Norwich St. Helen
 
WARNER, William (I274)
 
249 1841 census: in St Osyth, William (65+/-, ag. lab.) and Ruth (55+/-, carrier).

1851 census: in Colchester Rd, St Osyth, William (77, ag. lab.) and Ruth (68).

Buried at age 85. 
Minter, William (I8)
 
250 1841 census: in St Peters Place, Canterbury, Kent (all RAYNER), Edward (30, sawyer, journeyman), Mary (30) and Albert (6). All born in Kent.

1851 census: in St Peters Place, Canterbury, Kent (all RAYNER), Edward (43, sawyer, born Oare Village), Mary Elizth (40, born Boughton, Kent), Albert Minter (16, born Faversham), Jane Elizth (9, scholar, born Canterbury), Zillah Isabel (7, scholar, born Canterbury), Edward Ernest (4, born Canterbury) and a visitor, Harry HOOKER (23, tailor, born Ickham, Kent).

1861 census: at 4 Parade, St Andrew, Canterbury, Kent (all RAYNER), Edward (53, out of business, born Oare, Kent), Mary (50, born Boughton & Blean, Kent), Albert M (26, confectioner, born Faversham), Jane E (19, shop woman, born Canterbury), Zillah I (17, milliner, born Canterbury), Edward E (14, scholar, born Canterbury) and a servant, Henry FOORD (?) (21, confectioner, born Canterbury, Kent).

1871 census: at 41 St Peter Street, St Peter, Canterbury, Kent (all RAYNER), Edward (63, timber merchant, born Oare, Kent), Mary Elizth (60, born Boughton u Blean, Kent) and Jane Elizth (29, assistant in house, born Canterbury).

1881 census: at 41 St Peter Street, St Peter, Canterbury, Kent (both RAYNER), Edward (73, widower, owner of house property, born Oare, Kent), and daughter Jane Elizth (36, housekeeper to owner of house property, born Canterbury). Also a domestic servant, Helen Bedingfield, 19, born Ash, Kent. 
RAYNER, Edward (I328)
 

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