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351 1850 United States Federal Census: in District 46, Jasper, Georgia (all BULLARD, born Georgia), Nancy A (30), Sarah (10), James (8) and William (6). Also Mary FAULKNER (40).
This entry precedes that for Jeremiah MINTER, brother of Sarah's husband-to-be Thomas Coke MINTER. 
BULLARD, Sarah Elizabeth "Sallie" (I3166)
 
352 1850 United States Federal Census: in District 46, Jasper, Georgia (both MINTER, born Georgia), Jeremiah (22) and Jane (17).
The 1850 Slave Schedule for District 46, Jasper shows that Jeremiah owned 2 slaves, a female age 17 and a male aged 40.

1860 United States Federal Census: in District 46, Jasper, Georgia (all MINTER, born Georgia), J P (31, farmer), Jane E (27, house ---), Emmer J (9), Charles T (7), Richard J (5), Nancy (3) and John W (1).

Jeremiah died in 1863.

1870 United States Federal Census: in Lane & Fears District, Jasper, Georgia (all MINTER, born Georgia), Jane (36, keeping house), Emma (19, school teacher), Charles (17, attends school), John (14, farmer), Richard (12, attends school), Owen (9) and Nancy (10). Also Jane BAILEY (65).

1880 United States Federal Census: in Johnson & Malone, Jasper, Georgia (all MINTER, born Georgia), Jane E (47, farmer), Emma (28, daughter, house keeper), Charles (27, son), Johnie (24, farm laborer), Richard (22, laborer), Nancie (20, daughter, laborer) and Owen (19, laborer).

1900 United States Federal Census: in Johnson & Malone, Jasper, Georgia, Eliza J MINTER (mother, born May 1835, 64, widow, 6 children, all living) was with son John W and other members of the family. 
Minter, Jeremiah Pierce (I3253)
 
353 1850 United States Federal Census: in District 6, Carroll County, Tennessee (all BARHAM), Thomas (65, farming, born Virginia), Sarah (58, born North Carolina) and Sarah (20, born Tennessee).

Thomas is believed to have died in 1859.

1860 United States Federal Census: in District 1, Carroll County, Tennessee, Sarah BARHAM (69, farming, born North Carolina), was part of a large household headed by James H BARHAM, 43, born North Carolina, a wealthy farmer (real estate $8,000, personal estate $10,000).
Sarah appears to have been the owner of 6 slaves in 1860, ages ranging from 65 down to 16.

1870 United States Federal Census: in District 1, Carroll County, Tennessee, Sarah BARHAM (77, born North Carolina), was part of the household headed by Henry BARHAM, 52, born North Carolina, a farmer (real estate £10,000, personal estate $2,500). Henry was probably James H of 1860.

I haven't found Sarah's death, which must have occured after 1870 and probably before 1880 since I can't find her in the census for 1880.

Clifton Minter's tree includes only one child for Thomas and Sarah BARHAM, Cassandra, born in 1814. Clifton's tree includes the marriage of cassandra in 1837 to John Hicks LANIER, and some subsequent history. I have chosen not th include it here.

It seems obvious from the censuses listed above that Thomas and Sarah had other children but I haven't investigated this line. 
BARHAM, Thomas (I3125)
 
354 1850 United States Federal Census: in District 7, Marion, Tennessee (all MINTER), Anthony (27, farm, born Georgia), Nancy (30, born Alabama), John (8, born Tennessee(?)), William (5, born Tennessee(?)), July A (4, born Tennessee(?)) and James (2, born Tennessee(?)).

1860 United States Federal Census (recorded and indexed as MINTA by ancestry): in Barkers District, Floyd, Gergia (all MINTER), Anthony (38, renter & agent, born Georgia), Nancy (40, domestic, born Tennessee), John L (17 labour, born Tennessee), William R (15, labour, born Tennessee), Indiana (female, 12, born Tennessee), Thomas J (10, born Tennessee), James M (8, born Tennessee), Robert (6, born Tennessee) and Sarah J (4, born Tennessee).

Anthony having died in 1864:
1870 United States Federal Census (done on 9 August); in Rome, Floyd, Georgia (all MINTER), Nancy (49, keeping house, born Tennessee), James M (18, works on farm, born Tennessee), Robert (16, works on farm, born Tennessee) and Sarah J (14, attending school, born Tennessee).

1880 United States Federal Census: Nancy not found.
 
Minter, Anthony (I3250)
 
355 1850 United States Federal Census: in Division 59, Meriwether, Georgia (all MINTER), Lorenzo D (35, merchant, born North Carolina), Amanda S(?) (30, born Virginia), Caroline (9, born Georgia), Eler V (2, born Georgia)) and Thomas C (19, clerk, born Georgia).

1870 United States Federal Census: in Gilstrap & Benton, Jasper, Georgia (all MINTER), Thos C (39), Sarah (29), Andrew J (13), James W (12), George V (8), Thoma (6) and Annie L (6 months).
NB: the details are taken from Ancestry's transcript, the original being indecipherable. 
Minter, Thomas Coke (I3254)
 
356 1850 United States Federal Census: in Henry County, Virginia (all MINTER born Virginia), William L (31, farmer), Mary D (21), John L (7), James H (5) and William O (3).

1860 United States Federal Census: in Mount Airy, Surry, North Carolina (all MINTER born Virginia except Elizah), W L (41, farmer), Mary D (31), John L (15), James H (14), Wm O (19), Mary J (5), Augustus (3) and Elizah (1, female, born North Carolina). Also Ina DWYER (21, born North Carolina).

1870 United States Federal Census: in Kinderbrook, Washington, Virginia (all MINTER born Virginia), Wm M (sic) (51, blacksmith), Mary D (41, keeping house), Wm O (23, blacksmith), Mary J (16, farmer?), Elizabeth (10, at home), Martha B (8) and Rufus (1).

The US Federal Census Mortality Schedule entry for Mary's death in May 1880 says she was widowed. So it's unlikely that either William of Mary appeared in the 1880 census. 
Minter, William Leftwich (I1009)
 
357 1850 United States Federal Census: in Hinds, Mississippi (all MINTER), Joseph (73, [no occupation given], born North Carolina), Elizabeth (65, born North Carolina), William C (38, born South Carolina), Margaret (12, born Mississippi) and William B (10, born Mississippi). The two children are thought to have been William C's but there's no indication of who their mother was.. Minter, William C (I260)
 
358 1850 United States Federal Census: in Hinds, Mississippi (all MINTER), Joseph (73, [no occupation given], born North Carolina), Elizabeth (65, born Northth Carolina), William C (38, born South Carolina), Margaret (12, born Mississippi) and William B* (10, born Mississippi). The two children are thought to have been William C's.
Previous entry is for son Joseph T.

The 1850 census makes it look as if William was William B MINTER. However, after extensive on-line searches, I've come to the conclusion that the entry was actually for William D Minter. His name appears in very few documents on line: the most significant is the entry at findagrave.com. For more, see the record for William D MINTER 1838 - 1867. 
Minter, Joseph Gooch (I233)
 
359 1850 United States Federal Census: in Marion County, Georgia (all MINTER, all born Georgia), O H (22, sawyer), Winnifird Ann (18) and Francis (1, female).
The previous entry is for father John M MINTER.

1860 United States Federal Census: in Caddo, Louisiana (all Minter), O H [looks more like A] (32, farmer, born Georgia), Winfred [spelling uncertain] (30, keeping house, born Georgia), Frances (11, born Louisiana), Emma E (6, born Louisiana) and Dolly (2, born Louisiana).

1870 United States Federal Census: in Caddo, Louisiana (all Minter), O H (42, farmer, born Georgia), Winfred (39, keeping house, born Georgia), Francis (20, born Georgia), Mary E (16, born Georgia), Doratha (12, born Louisiana) and Wylie L (9, born Louisiana).

Neither Oliver nor Winifred found in later censuses. 
Minter, Oliver Hunter (I1615)
 
360 1850 United States Federal Census: in Marshall County, Kentucky, Joseph MINTER (34, farmer, born Tennessee), Mary MINTER (34, born Kentucky), Martin B L MINTER (4, born Kentucky), Thos J MINTER (2, born Kentucky), Robert HEDGES (9, born Kentucky), Henry L MINTER (17, born Tennessee [Joseph' brother]) and Basamath BAKER (20, female, born Kentucky).

1860 United States Federal Census: in Marshall County, Kentucky, Joseph MINTER (44, tobacconist, born Tennessee), Polly MINTER (44, housewife, born Kentucky), John HODGE (19, tobacconist, born Kemtucky), M B S MINTER (14, born Kentucky), T J MINTER (12, born Kentucky), Mary F MINTER (7, born Kentucky), J S MINTER (5, male, born Kentucky) and Henry C MINTER (2, born Kentucky).

Joseph died in 1862.

1870 United States Federal Census: in District 3, Marshall County, Kentucky, Mary MINTER (54, keeping house, born Kentucky), Thos J MINTER (22, farmer, born Kentucky), Nancy J (19, born Kentucky), Mary F MINTER (17, born Kentucky), Jos. S MINTER (14, born Kentucky) and Henry C MINTER (12, born Kentucky).

1880 United States Federal Census: in Briensburg, Marshall County, Kentucky, Mary MINTER (65, farmer, born Kentucky), Joe S MINTER (24, work on farm, born Kentucky) and Henry C MINTER (22, work on farm, born Kentucky). 
Minter, Joseph (I7599)
 
361 1850 United States Federal Census: in Southern Division, Carroll County, Mississippi, George R JOHNSON (35, farmer, born Tennessee), Martha JOHNSON (29, born North Carolina), Susan JOHNSON (6, born Alabama), Ann JOHNSON (5, born Alabama), George JOHNSON (2, born Mississippi), Joseph K MINTER (26, manager, born Virginia) and Nancy JOHNSON (69, born Virginia).

1860 United States Federal Census (done on 8 September 1860): in Clarksville, Red River County, Texas (all MINTER), J K (38, blacksmith, born Virginia), Margarett (24, born North Carolina), Elizabeth (7, born Mississippi), Amos (6, born Texas), Joseph K (4, born Texas) and James (1, born Texas). Also apparently in the same household George MEYERS (30, mechanic, born Georgia), L ABBOTT (male, 25, gun smith, born Massatusetts) and Sarah (no surname, 20, born Kentucky)

1870 United States Federal Census (done on 16 September 1870): in Beat 2, Marion County, Texas (all MINTER), Joseph K (48, carpenter, born Virginia), Margarett J (35, keeping house, born South Carolina), Elizabeth A (16, at home without employment, born Mississippi), Amos L (14, born Texas), Joseph K (12, born Texas), James A (9, born Texas), Margarett (8, born Texas), Richard (4, born Texas) and William (10 months, born October 1869, born Texas).

Joseph died in 1879, his widow is in the 1880 census.

1880 United States Federal Census (done on 3 June 1880): in Jefferson, Marion County, Texas, Margaret MINTER (43, keeping house, born South Carolina), Elizabeth KELLY (23, daughter, at home, born Mississippi), Joseph MINTER (20, son, carries mail, born Texas), James MINTER (18, son, fireman, born Texas), Magie MINTER (16, daughter, at home, born Texas), Richard MINTER (13, son, at school, born Texas), William (10, son, at home, born Texas) and Edward KELLY (5, grandson, born Texas).

1900 United States Federal Census (indexed as WINTER by ancestry.com): in District 0092, Jefferson Ward 4, Marion County, Texas, Margaret MINTER (head, born Mar 1837, 63, widow, 7 children, 5 living, born North Carolina), James M MINTER (son, born Feb 1870, 30, son, single, born Texas, carpenter) and Betty KELLY (daughter, born Aug 1863, 36, widow, born Texas). [James' and Betty's ages bear no relation to reality!]

Not found after 1900. 
Minter, Joseph King (I7955)
 
362 1850 United States Federal Census: John C Minter (26, farmer, born Kentucky) lived in Jessamine, Kentucky.

1860 United States Federal Census: John C Minter (36, surveyor, born Kentucky) lived in Township 2, Tuolumne, California. His personal estate was valued at $500.

1870 United States Federal Census: not found.

1880 United States Federal Census: in Austin, Travis, Texas, J C Minter (50, civil engineer, born Kentucky), E A Minter (wife, keeping house, born Tennessee), Fannie LINN (22, step daughter, born Texas), Henry A LINN (21, step son, clerk in Dist Clerk's office, born Texas), Lula M LINN (16, step daughter, at home, born Texas), Kate LINN (14, step daughter, born Texas) and M C Minter (6, son [actually daughter Maude Cary Minter], born Texas). 
Minter, John Cary (I8646)
 
363 1850 United States Federal Census: north of the Yalobusha River, Yalobusha, Mississippi (all MINTER), Ebenezer (38, planter, born South Carolina), Mary (38, born South Carolina), Martha (14, born Mississippi), William (12, born Mississippi), Frances (female, 9, born Mississippi), Manan (female, 7, born Mississippi), Judson (male, 5, born Mississippi), John (3, born Mississippi) and Uzra (male, 7 months, born Mississippi).

1860 United States Federal Census: in the vicinity of Eagle Lake Post Office, Colorado County, Texas (all MINTER), E (49, farmer, born South Carolina), Mary (46, born South Carolina), William (22, born Mississippi), Francis (male, 20, born Mississippi), Judson (male, 14, born Mississippi), John (13(?), born Mississippi), Sarah J (8, born Texas), Mack (male, 5, born Texas), Elizabeth (18, born Mississipi) and Lee (6 months, born Texas).
Elizabeth was William's wife and Lee, their son.

1870 United States Federal Census: in the vicinity of Lockhart Post Office, Caldwell County, Texas, Martha McKEAN (33, keeping house, born Mississippi), John M McKEAN (13, at home, born Texas), Frank McKEAN (3, born Texas), Andrew j McKEAN (1, born Texas). Martha COLLINS (10, at home, born Texas), Ebenezer MINTER (59, farmer, born South Carolina), Sarah MINTER (18, at home, born Texas) and Mack MINTER (male, 15, at home, born Texas). All these people appear to have been at the same place. Martha McKEAN was presumably Ebenezer MINTER's daughter. 
Minter, Ebenezer J (I5001)
 
364 1850 United States Federal Census: north of the Yalobusha River, Yalobusha, Mississippi (all MINTER), William (55, planter, born South Carolina, value of real estate $20,000), Jane (52, born South Carolina), James (19, born South Carolina), John (16, born Mississippi), Philip (15, born Mississippi) and Joseph (13, born Mississippi). Appearing in the same household: Eliza MORRIS (30, born South Carolina), Cynthia MORRIS (10, born Mississippi), Frances MORRIS (7, born Mississippi), Julia MORRIS (6, born Mississippi) and Granville MORRIS (3, born Mississippi).
The MORRISes were William's daughter Eliza and her children.

1860 United States Federal Census: Oakland Post Office, Yalobusha, Mississippi, Wm MINTER (65, farmer, born South Carolina, value of real estate $42,000, value of personal estate $90,315), Jane MINTER (67, born South Carolina), -- MORRIS (19, born Mississippi), James MINTER * (7, born Mississippi) and Francis CLEMENS (71, teacher, common school, born North Carolina).

* James MINTER was probably William's grandson, the son of Thomas M MINTER. 
Minter, William (I5042)
 
365 1850 US census:
«tab»Johnston W Minter «tab»M «tab»35
«tab»Susan Minter «tab»F «tab»29
«tab»Batholomew W Minter «tab»M «tab»12
«tab»Cassandra Minter «tab»F «tab»10
«tab»David G Minter «tab»M «tab»7
«tab»Mary E Minter «tab»F «tab»5
«tab»Susan P Minter «tab»F «tab»2
«tab»Jane Cousins «tab»F «tab»25 
Minter, Johnson William (I1005)
 
366 1850 US census: Stephen (16) appears to have been living in the household of David & Emily Addinton in Paris, Oneida, New York.

Buried as Minter, Stephen C. Son of Stephen G. & E. L. d. 1853 AE 20Yrs 5 Mos. 
Minter, Stephen (I990)
 
367 1850 US Federal Census: in Henry County, Virginia (all born Virginia), Joseph EGGLETON (56, farmer), Clara (?) EGGLETON (47), James MINTER (20, farmer), Caroline MINTER (21), Woody EGGLETON (16, farmer), Hardin EGGLETON (14), America EGGLETON (female, 13), Granwith EGGLETON (male, 10), Susan EGGLETON (8) and Joseph EGGLETON (5).

1860 US Federal Census: in Henry County, Virginia (all Minter, all born Virginia), James (32, farmer), Matilda (32), Constant (female*, 11), Amanda (9), Silas (8), Joseph (6), Nancy (4) and James (2).
* although 'Constant' appears in the 1860 census as female, I think this must be the male known as 'Connaway W' MINTER in the 1880 census. There appears to have been continuing confusion about the name, which looks like 'Conny' in 1900, 'Watton C' in 1910 (corrected at Ancestry to 'Walter C') and 'Constance W' in 1920. I have adopted 'Constance Walter' as the name.

1870 US Federal Census: in Leatherwood, Henry County, Virginia (all Minter, all born Virginia), M C (Female, 40, keeping house), Silas (16, farm labor), Chaney N (13, at home), James B (10, farm labor), John H (9, at home) and Granwith W (2). It's unclear who Granwith W was but other internet sources have Granville Woody Minter, born 3 Sep 1862..
Son Joseph was probably counted with his grandfather Silas Minter.

1880 US Federal Census: in Leatherwood, Henry County, Virginia, Caroline MINTER (widow, 53, mid-wife) was with daughter Chaney and her husband John F COMPTON and their two children. Also there was Caroline's son Harden MNTER (16, works on farm).
On the same page is Toney M COMPTON who would become the husband of Caroline MINTER's grandaughter.

1900 US Federal Census: in Leatherwood, Henry County, Virginia, Matilda C MINTER (widow, 71) was with daughter Nancy C and her husband John COMPTON and their nine children.

Death: 30 AUG 1862 in killed Civil War, 2nd Battle of Bull Run, Antieta, Virginia
Burial: Battlefield of Bull Run, Antietam, Virginia
Event: Military Record CSA
 
Minter, James Edward "Jim" (I200)
 
368 1850 US Federal Census: in Lafayette, Missouri (all MAJOR, all born Kentucky except James Sr.), Joseph M (47, real estate worth $3500), Alford A (21), Lucian M (18), Elizabeth E (15), AgnessJ (13), Joseph B (11), Mary E (8), Sarah C (6), John T (3), Jane M (41) and James Sr. (78, born Virginia).

The following list of children appears on Joseph's wife's findagrave.com entry:
Agnes Jane Bullard
Catherine S. Bradley
William Boon Major
Joseph B. Major
Elizabeth Eleanor Benton
Lucien M. Major
John T. Major
Alfred H Major

From findagave.com:
The Saline County Progress, Marshall, Mo. 4-19-1872: DIED. At his residence in this county, on March 27th, JOSEPH M. MAJOR, within a few days of 69 years. He was born in Kentucky, April 5th, 1803, and was baptized a member of the Christian Church, by Elder Phillip S. Fall, in 1831. He was a Deacon of the South Elkhorn church until 1847, when he removed to Missouri. He was a Deacon and clerk of Bethany church from its organization till the day of his death. He died with all his children, grand children, and great-grand children around him—all of them who had arrived at maturity, members of the church he loved. “Blessed are they who die in the Lord; they shall rest from their labors, and their works do live after them.” We copy the above from the Lexington Caucasian, and republish as Mr. Major had a large relationship in this county. He was an honored citizen of Lafayette county for many years. 
MAJOR, Joseph Minter (I8643)
 
369 1850 US Federal Census: in Washington, Clay, Missouri (all WATKINS), Waltus L (44, farmer, born Kentucky), John (9, born Missouri), Mary A (33, born Kentucky), George S(?) (13, born Kentucky), Katherine (6, born Kentucky), Martha A (3, born Kentucky), Mary C (1, born Kentucky)) and Jane (69, born Virginia).

Findagrave.com:
Watkins was born near Versailles in Woodford County, Kentucky. He later became interested in steam engines, and applied his knowledge to large equipment in several factories back east.

In 1830 Waltus and his brother, James, traveled to Liberty, MO, where he later built a cotton carding mill in town. He later added a spinning machine, the first one in the west.

Later, Watkins built a large woolen mill north of Liberty and east of Kearney, MO. He became a very prosperous businessman with an estate of some 3400 acres that he called "Bethany."

In the 20th century, after the woolen mill had been closed for many years, it ended up as the property of the Missouri State Parks Dept. Of the 2400 operating woolen mills in the U.S. in the 19th century, Watkins' mill was the only one left with the original machinery intact and in place. It is now one of the premier tourist sites in Clay County, MO. 
WATKINS, Waltus Lockett (I8689)
 
370 1850, 1852 and 1853 Kelly's PO Directory lists John Marsh Minter solicitor of 9 Bell Yard, Doctors Commons, London. Also appears in the 1848 version at 22 Brownlow Street, Borough, London.

Listed in 1852 Kent Poll as of Basinghall Street, London with vote at New Romney. Listed in the 1852 and 1857 East Kent Polls as of Basinghall Street, London with vote at New Romney District and Parish of Folkestone.

1851 census: at 9 Bell Yard, St Gregory by St Paul, London, John M (29, solicitor) and Jemima (28).

Appeared in the 1856 Electoral Roll for Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia as a solicitor of Bridge Street.

Died in Australia; Jemima Minter committant. Administration of estate in England under £200 as formerly of 7 Trafalgar Place, West Hackney, London, late of Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia, granted on 1 June 1861 to W R Glasier. Buried at White Hills cemetery, exhumed on 19 March 1861 and taken to Bendigo Cemetery and re-interred (see below).

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
1. 1 June 1861 Effects under £20 in England. Double Probate passed at the Principal Registry September 1861. The Will of John Marsh Minter formerly of 7 Trafalgar-place-West Hackney-road in the County of Middlesex but late of Sandhurst in the Colony of Victoria in Australia Gentleman deceased who died 9 July 1860 at Sandhurst aforesaid was proved at the Prinicipal Registry by the oath of William Richard Glasier of 41 Charing Cross in the said County Auctioneer and Surveyor one of the Executors.
2. 28 September 1861 Effects under £20 in England. The Will of John Marsh Minter formerly of 7 Trafalgar-place-West Hackney-road in the County of Middlesex but late of Sandhurst in the Colony of Victoria in Australia Gentleman deceased who died 9 July 1860 at Sandhurst aforesaid was proved at the Prinicipal Registry by the oath of Jemima Minter of 41 Charing Cross in the said County Widow the Relict the other Executor. Former Grant Principal Registry June 1861.

Jemima arrived on ship Norfolk at Port Philip, Melbourne, Australia in October, a widow, cabin passenger aged 30. When she died in 1866 the committant was Frances Danker.

According to the Bendigos Cemetry Trust website John was buried on 19 March 1861. Interment no. 783, section MON E5, grave no. 783.

August 2016: Jodi Fuller writes by email: "I am a volunteer at Bendigo Cemetery, Victoria, Australia. I have been researching John Marsh Minter (who appears on your site) so I can include him in a Heritage Tour which I am designing. So, I thought I would share with you what I have found out."
Jodi's text appears on John Marsh Minter's web page at Minter Exchange. 
Minter, John Marsh (I644)
 
371 1851 & 1861 censuses: not found.

1871 census (indexed as LEFT by Ancestry.co.uk): in Crown Yard, Sittingbourne, Kent, Richard (52, labourer, born Sittingbourne) and Mary (47, born Whitstable).

1881 census: at the Royal Standard Public House, Faversham, Kent, Richard (61, pedlar, born Gravesend) and Mary (61, pedlar, born Whitstable). Also in the same public house was John Minter (62, pensioner, born Whitstable), who may have been related (possibly Mary's brother) but nothing else known.

1891 census: at 53 Tanner Street, Faversham, Kent, Richard (72, marine store dealer, born Gravesend) and Mary (70, born Whitstable).

1901 census: at the Faversham Union Workhouse, Faversham, Kent, Mary (married, 83, born Whitstable). Also listed (different page) Richard Loft (married, 84, bargeman, born Chalk, Kent). 
LOFT, Richard (I643)
 
372 1851 and 1861 census: not found.

1871 census: at 22 Commercial Road, St George Hanover Square, London, William (43, sawyer, born Nayland, Essex) and Eliza (41, born Brighton).

1881 census: at 16 Commercial Road, St George Hanover Square, London, William (54, labourer, born Colchester, Essex), Eliza (52, born Brighton) and Kate Gillam (niece, 9, scholar, born Chelsea, London) . 
Minter, William (I742)
 
373 1851 and 1861 censuses: not found.

1871 census: lodgers at 4 Blenheim Street, St James Westminster, London, Henry (41, tailor, born Canterbury) and Mary Ann (43, born Pimlico, Middlesex).

1881 census: (Found under MINTON and recorded as such), in Clipstone Street, Marylebone, London, Henry (50, tailor, born Canterbury) and Mary Ann (52, born Westminster, Middlesex).

1891 census: (Found under WINTER and recorded as such) at 43 Clipstone Street, Marylebone, London, Henry (60, tailor' assistant, born Canterbury) and Mary Ann (63, born Lambeth, London).

1901 census: Henry's widow was probably living by herself, a widow aged 74 with no occupation, at 14 Gosfield Street, St Marylebone, London. 
Minter, Henry (I763)
 
374 1851 census (indexed as FENNIE by Ancestry): in King Street, Sandwich, Kent (both FINNIS), John (34, cordwainer, born East Langdon, Kent) and Harriet (31, born Worth, Kent).

1861 census (indexed as FENNIS by Ancestry): in King Street, Sandwich, Kent (all FINNIS), John (43, cordwainer, born East Langdon, Kent), Harriet (42, born Word, Kent) and Frederick (9, scholar, born Sandwich, Kent). Also two apprentices and a lodger.

1871 census (indexed as FINES by Ancestry): in Cattle Market, Sandwich, Kent (all FINNIS but spelt FINIS on the census), John (53, cordwainer, born Langdon, Kent) and Harriet (53, born Worth, Kent). Also an apprentice and a lodger.
Son Frederick, 19, was an assistant master at a school in King Street, Sandwich.

1881 census: in King Street, Sandwich, Kent (both FINNIS), John (63, bootmaker, born East Langdon, Kent) and Harriet (61, born Worth, Kent). Also a lodger.

1891 census: in High Street, Sandwich: Harriet FINNIS (widow, 71, born Worth, Kent) lived with her brother-in-law John BAKER (80, retired grocer, born Sandwich) and his wife (Harriet's sister) Jane BAKER (77, born Worth). A few doors away lived Susannah Minter - she was the widow of John Laraman Minter of the Ickham group and therefore not related to Harriet.

1901 census: in St Bart's Hospital, Sandwich: Harriet FINNIS (widow, 81, hospitaler, born Worth, Kent).

1911 census: in St Barts, Sandwich, Kent (4 rooms): Harriet FINNIS (head, 91, widow, hospitation, born Worth, Kent) and Thomas CHRISTIAN (nephew, 56, single, private means, born Sandwich, Kent). 
FINNIS, John (I196)
 
375 1851 census (indexed as MENTER by ancestry.com): Sarah (23, born Gt. Thornham, house servant at Park Farm, Eye).

1861 census: at Red House, Thornham Magna, Suffolk, Sarah (31, dairy maid, born Wickham Skeith, Suffolk) (in the house next door were Sarah's parents). With Sarah's parents was Ann Minter, granddaughter, 7, born Eye, Suffolk. Ann is assumed to have been Sarah's illegitimate daughter. 
Minter, Sarah (I874)
 
376 1851 census (indexed as MENTER by ancestry.com): Thomas was probably living as a servant, aged 24 at 11 Monkwell Street, St Olave Silver Street with John and Elizabeth PAYNE and family. John PAYNE was a tavern keeper. There is no sign of Thomas after that - he probably died in 1859: buried aged 30 of Devonshire St. E. Stepney. Minter, Thomas (I16)
 
377 1851 census (indexed as SCOTTON by ancestry.com): in Back Street, Walton on Thames (all TROTTER), John (35, carpenter, bron Laleham, Middlesex), Ann (34), William (15, scholar), Mary Ann (age unreadable, scholar), Elizabeth (9, scholar), Emily (7, scholar) and John (2). Wife & children all born Walton on Thames.

1861 census: in Back Street, Walton on Thames (all TROTTER), John (45, carpenter, bron Laleham, Middlesex), Ann (44), Elizabeth (19, dressmaker) and John (12, scholar). Wife & children all born Walton on Thames. 
TROTTER, John (I553)
 
378 1851 census (indexed as SCOTTON by ancestry.com): in Back Street, Walton on Thames (all TROTTER), John (35, carpenter, bron Laleham, Middlesex), Ann (34), William (15, scholar), Mary Ann (age unreadable, scholar), Elizabeth (9, scholar), Emily (7, scholar) and John (2). Wife & children all born Walton on Thames.

1861 census: in Back Street, Walton on Thames (all TROTTER), John (45, carpenter, bron Laleham, Middlesex), Ann (44), Elizabeth (19, dressmaker) and John (12, scholar). Wife & children all born Walton on Thames. 
TROTTER, John (I553)
 
379 1851 census (indexed as WATNESS by Ancestry): living in Wingham, Thomas HOLNESS (51, ag lab), Mary HOLNESS (40), David HOLNESS (13), Benjamin HOLNESS (5), Abraham HOLNESS (2) and John MINTER, unmarried brother-in-law (37, born Stelling Kent). HOLNESS, Thomas (I2952)
 
380 1851 census (indexed as WINTER by Ancestry): at 1 Robert Street, Lambeth, Mary MINTER (lodger, widow, 28, charwoman, born St Giles in the Fields), John William [no surname or relationship stated but is on the next line to Mary], 5, born Westminster, George GARDNER (brother, single, 19, bricklayer, born St Giles) and Jane GARDNER (sister, single, 16, servant, born Lambeth).

Living at the same address but as a separate household were:
Thomas GARDNER (56, bricklayer, born St Mary Le Strand) Jane GARDNER (wife, 49, born Shoreditch), Edward GARDNER (son, 13, born Lambeth), Elizabeth GARDNER (daughter, 10, born Lambeth) and Emma GARDNER (daughter, 14, born Lambeth).

Although living as separate households these two groups were clearly members of the same family (see the 1841 census for comparison, in Thomas Gardener's Notes). 
GARDENER, Mary Martha (I47)
 
381 1851 census (indexed by Ancestry.com under MARTER): at 6 Church Street, St Nicholas, Greenwich, Henry (31, carpenter), Susan (31), Susan (7), Henry E (5), Thomas (3) and Maryann (1).

1861 census: in Collier Street, St Nicholas, Greenwich: Henry (41, carpenter), Susan (41), Henry E (15, smith), Thomas (13, labourer), Mary A (11, scholar), [Charlotte] Elizabeth (9, scholar), James (7, scholar) and Eliza (3, scholar).

1871 census: at 22 Deptford Green, Greenwich, Henry (51, carpenter), Susannah (51) and James (15(?), carpenter). Daughter Charlotte Elizabeth, aged 20, was a general servant in Upton Road, Bexley, Kent. Daughter Susan Hannah, aged 27, was a general servant in High Road, Lee, Kent.

1881 census: no trace

1891 census: at 3 Prospect Cottages, West Thurrock, Essex, a widower aged 71, carpenter, living as father-in-law of with James BRANDON (35, general laborer, born Wouldham, Kent), Charlotte BRANDON (38), Henry J BRANDON (8, scholar) and Charlotte E BRANDON (3) and James BRANDON's nephew Walter J Minter (4). The last named was Henry's son James's son. 
Minter, Henry (I291)
 
382 1851 census (indexed by Ancestry.com under MILBERT): at 13 Wincheap St, St Milderd, Canterbury, Richard H GILBERT (43, bankers clerk), Jane (36), George LEWIS (nephew, 15, scholar, born Ashford, Kent), Gilbert LEWIS (nephew, 13, scholar, born Ashford, Kent) and a female servant.
1861 census: living in Upper Sandgate Road, Folkestone with Jane's aunt Mary HOBDAY (72, widow, fundholder), Richard H GILBERT (53, accountant), Jane (46, accountant's wife), a cook and a housemaid.
1871 census: at 131 Sandgate Road, Folkestone, Richard H GILBERT (63, accountant), Jane (56), a nurse and a general servant.
1881 census: at 131 Sandgate Road, Folkestone, Jane (66, income from dividends), a cook and a housemaid. 
Minter, Jane (I830)
 
383 1851 Census of Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia:
in Mersea, Essex County, Ontario (all WIGLE), Leod. (inn keeper, born Canada, methodist, 49), Jane (born England, Metodist, 47), Susan (born Canada, Methodist, 21), Alexdr. (labourer, born Canada, Methodist, 19), Leod. (born Canada, Methodist, 16), Mary (born Canada, Methodist, 14), Robt. (born Canada, Methodist, 12), Jane (born Canada, Methodist, 7), John (farmer, born Canada, Methodist, 22) and Jane (born England, Methodist, 20).

1871 Census of Canada:
in Mersea, Essex, Ontario (both WIGLE), Leonard, 67, born Ontario, origin German, farmer) and Jane (65, born Ontario, origin English). 7 other people were apparently at the same address.

Leonard died in 1878, age 74, a hotel keeper. The death was registered on 18 March but the actual day of death in March wasn't recorded.
Findagrave index gives the following details:
Birth Date: 14 Mar 1804
Birth Place: Gosfield North, Essex County, Ontario, Canada
Death Date: 27 Feb 1878
Death Place: Leamington, Essex County, Ontario, Canada
Cemetery: Lakeview Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Leamington, Essex County, Ontario, Canada
Father: John Wendel Wigle
Mother: Susannah Wigle
Spouse: Jane Wigle
Children: Leonard Wigle
Robert W Wigle
Susan Deming
John Wigle 
WIGLE, Leonard (I3686)
 
384 1851 census: Elizabeth SEBBORN, 27, born Ardleigh, Essex was a general servant with Edward Minter, 86 a widower, a farmer of 18 acres employing one man, in Boxted.

1861 census: Elizabeth (24, born Great Bromley) and her sister Mary Ann (20, born Great Bromley) were shopkeepers in Dead Lane, Ardleigh. 
SEABORN, Elizabeth (I1807)
 
385 1851 census: , at Staple, 19, a farm servant, unmarried.

In 1852, awarded five shillings as a ploughman's mate of Poulton, Woodnesborough in ploughing match at Worth.

1861 census: living at Crockshard Hill, an ag. lab., with father Thomas (qv).

Signed as a witness at Staple on 13 May 1861.

1871 census: at Wingham Green, William (38, ag lab) and Eliza (29).

Signed as witness at Chillenden on the 14 July, 1873.

1881 census: at Wingham Green, William (48, ag lab) and Eliza (39, dressmaker).

1891 census: at Wingham Green, William (56, ag lab) and Eliza (49).

1901 census: at Wingham Green, William (68, ordinary farm labourer) and Eliza (59).

Died possibly 1910 - Eastry Reg. D. 
Minter, William (I1514)
 
386 1851 census: 45, a housemaid at Preston House, Preston Lane, Preston, Kent.

1861 census: not found.

1871 census: at 5 Railway Street, Gillingham, Kent, Jane, unmarried, (65, annuitant).

1881 census: lodging at at 2 Stone Street, Faversham, Kent, Jane, unmarried, (76, income from house property).

1891 census: lodging at at 2 Stone Street, Faversham, Kent, Jane, unmarried, (86, living on her own means). 
Minter, Jane (I142)
 
387 1851 census: a Rebecca (9) was a scholar in the Faversham Union Workhouse. Minter, Rebecca (I28)
 
388 1851 census: age stated as 15, a man servant at Hall Farm, Wortham (cousin William (20) in same house).
1871 census: at 104 Pavilion Road, Hans Town, Chelsea with wife.

Edgar, 35 and Martha, 32 arrived at Quebec, Canada from Liverpool on the 'Moravian'. (Canadian Passenger Lists at Ancestry.co.uk, Sep 2011).

1881 Canada census: in Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario, Canada, Edgar (50, born England, labourer) and Martha (39).

1901 Canada census: in Belleville, Hastings West, Ontario, Canada, Edgar (67, born England, gardener) and Martha (59). 
Minter, Edgar (I121)
 
389 1851 census: aged 14, living at Ash, a house servant.

1861 census: aged 24, a housemaid at 1 Grove Hill, Tonbridge, Kent.

1871 census: aged 34, a housemaid at 31 Lansdowne Road, Tonbridge, Kent.

1881 census: aged 42, a ladies maid at 31 Lansdowne Road, Tonbridge, Kent.

1891 census (possibly refers): aged 56, living on own means at 285 London Road, Buckland, Dover, Kent.

1911 census: a visitor, aged 74, single, born Nonington, Kent at 2 Westwood, Forest Road, Tunbridge Wells , Kent (6 rooms), home of James Charles JOEL (who signed the form) and his wife.

The burial record at www.deceasedonline.com, January 2011 indicates that Mary was 86 when she died and lived at 33 Hurst Road. 
Minter, Mary (I2095)
 
390 1851 census: aged 14, a pupil at Boughton House, Boughton under Blean.

1861 census: Thomas (23, draper's assistant) was a visitor at 11 Moore Place, Lambeth, London.

1871 census: at 56 High Street, St Leonard, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, Thomas (33, draper), Ann (33, milliner), Harry W (6, scholar) and Charles W T (5, scholar).
August 2014: google maps shows 56 High Street as Coral bookmakers. The building housing 55 & 56 High Street is Grade II listed.

1881 census: at 82 Cambridge Street, Ladywood, Birmingham, Thomas (43, draper) and Ann (20, draper's wife, born Birmingham). Son Harry (16, engine shaper at works) was a boarder at 7 St Martins Place, Ladywood, Birmingham (where his father was to live in 1891). No trace of son Charles.

1891 census: a boarder at 7 St Martins Place, Ladywood, Birmingham, Thomas (53, widower, commercial traveller). No trace of Harry or Charles.

1901 census (indexed by ancestry.com as MINTON, and recorded as such): boarder at 14 King Edwards Road, Ladywood, Birmingham, Thomas (64, salesman).

1911 census: Thomas (74, widower, pensioner, born Goodnestone, Dover, Kent) was a boarder with Harriet WHALE (81, widow, born Birmingham) at Back 8 Cambridge Street, Birmingham (2 rooms).
Form signed Harriet Whale 
Minter, Thomas (I1222)
 
391 1851 census: aged 18, living at Nonington, a 2nd waggoner's mate.

Awarded £2 at Woodnesborough Ploughing Match in 1856 for being 9 years and 8 months at Fredville.

1861 census: no trace.

A brewer's labourer of Marshborough, Woodnesborough in 1865 and of Ash in 1874.

1871 census: at New St, Ash, Daniel (28, brewer's labour), Hannah (27 domestic servant), Elizabeth (3) and Emily (1). Daughter Mary Ann (6) was staying 2 doors away at Ash Brewery.

1881 census: at New St, Ash, Daniel (48, widower, brewer's cellarman), Mary Ann (16, housekeeper), Elizabeth H (13), Emily (11, scholar), William (9, scholar), Ruth (7, scholar) and John (4, scholar).

From Cliff Minter: tombstone at Ash next Sandwich reads:
Hannah Minter who died 17 Janyary 1881 age 36
also Daniel who died 24 September 1890 age 58. 
Minter, Daniel (I1907)
 
392 1851 census: aged 19, a house servant at 11 Paragon, Ramsgate, Kent. Minter, Charlotte Hodgeman (I95)
 
393 1851 census: aged 19, a house servant at Burty House, Thornham, Kent (with sister Mary). Minter, Matilda Ann (I75)
 
394 1851 census: aged 19, a servant at 5 Stockwell Place, Kennington, London, unmarried with John FELLS and family from Deal, Kent. Minter, Ann (I24)
 
395 1851 census: aged 22, John was a porter at the Burlington Hotel, St James, Westminster.

1861 and later: no trace. It's thought he emigrated to Australia: a John Minter, born about 1830 at Tunstall, Suffolk, married in 1855 in Victoria. 
Minter, John (I185)
 
396 1851 census: aged 23, a house servant at Burty House, Thornham, Kent (with sister Matilda). Minter, Mary (I73)
 
397 1851 census: aged 28, servant, living with sister Anne at 4 Union (?) St, Marylebone, London.

Dick Moore provided the following details of Mary's death:
MARY MINTER died 9th February 1864 aged 42 at Spring Cottage, Paddington described as a Housemaid, from Bronchitis 14 days.
Informant was A.PINE present at the death who was her sister ANNE MINTER who had married CHARLES PINE
 
Minter, Mary (I74)
 
398 1851 census: Amelia HADAWAY, a widow, 32, was living in the Poor Houses, Seasalter, Kent with her children Richard (14, labourer), Hannah (10), John (?) and Jane (5). Richard must have been John Hadaway's son from his first marriage.

1861 census: re-married, Amelia MAXTED (42) was living in Faversham Road, Seasalter with her husband William MAXTED (61, labourer) and children Ellen (9) and Emma (2). No sign of the children of her first marriage.

1871 census: in Seasalter, William MAXTED (71, road labourer, born Herne, Kent), Amelia (53, born Bridge, Kent), Emma (12, born Seasalter) and George H (9, born Seasalter).

1881 census: Amelia, a widow again, aged 63, was living in Seasalter with her married daughter Ellen STEPHENSON (29), her husband Henry Benjamin STEPHENSON (age ?, a shepherd) and two daughters.

1891 census: now a widow aged 73, living on her own means, Amelia was a boarder with Esther HADLOW (married, 62, born Margate, Kent) in Oxford Street, Whitstable, Kent. 
Minter, Amelia (I2782)
 
399 1851 census: an entry for John KINTER, a grocery shopman aged 22, born Faversham, at Wood Street, St Mary, Walthamstow, Essex seems likely to relate to this John.

London Electoral Registers, 1860, 1861 list John Minter, 58 High Street, Notting Hill. Qualification: house as occupier at the rent of £50 and upwards.

1861 census: at 58 High Street, St Mary Abbotts, Kensington, London, John (32, draper), Emma (23), Frances (2) and Samuel T (4 months), plus Thomas (18, auctioneer and surveyor, born Faversham) - John's nephew, probably his brother Henry's son.

Listed in Post Office Directories 1861as John Minter, linendraper, 58 High Street, Notting Hill and in 1870 at 105 - 107 High Street, Notting Hill.

1871 census: at Hughenden House in Ealing, London, John (42, draper), Emma (33), Samuel T (10, scholar), Arthur J (7, scholar), Frank (6, scholar), Percy (5, scholar) and Edith K (1). Daughter Frances (as Fanny, 12) was a scholar at the Marlborough House Ladies Boarding School in Exeter.

John and Emma had two more children, twins, in Q2 1873 but they didn't survive. Their births and deaths were registered at Hampstead without names:
Male - birth 1a/581, death 1a/397
Female - birth 1a/582, death 1a/397.

London Electoral Registers, 1874, 1876, 1877 list John Minter, 2 Irongate Wharf, Paddington. Qualification: joint owner of land and brick-stools at Southall Green and North Hyde brickfields. On the same page is listed Samuel Tildesley, with the same details.

London Electoral Register, 1876 lists John Minter of Ealing W. Qualification: occupier of land at North Hyde, Heston.

London Electoral Register, 1878 lists John Minter, 2 Irongate Wharf, Paddington. Qualification: occupier of stable & loft at 17A, Holtham Road, Ealing.

Listed in Post Office Directories 1871& 1880 as John Minter, brick manufacturer, also as Tildesley & Minter.

1881 census: at Cippenham Lodge, South Road, Norwood, Surrey, John (52, brick manufacturer employing 100 men and boys), Emma (43), Frances (22), Samuel T (20, clerk in father's business), Frank (16, scholar), Percy (15, scholar) and Edith K (11, scholar). Florence TILDESLEY, 20, niece, milliner, born Melbourne, Australia was staying with the family.

London Electoral Registers, 1882, 1883 lists John Minter of Southall, occupier of house, Cippenham Lodge, Southall.

London Electoral Registers, 1885, 1886 list John Minter of Southall W. Qualification: occupier of land at North Hyde, Heston.

London Electoral Register, 1886 lists John Minter of Cippenham Lodge, Southall.

London Electoral Register, 1887 lists John Minter of Norwood Green, Heston, occupier of land at Norwood Green, Heston. Also listed in 1887 with address Cippenham Lodge, Southall, occupier of land at Norwood Green, Heston.

London Electoral Register, 1890 lists John Minter of Norwood Green, Heston, dwelling house (successive) Cippenham Lodge, Norwood Green.

London Gazette 11 December 1883:
The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
In the London Bankruptcy Court.
In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by
John Minter, ot Cipenham Lodge, Southall, in the county of Middlesex, and of Milton-next-Sittingbourne, in the county of Kent, and late of No. 15, South Wharf, Paddington, Middlesex, Brick Manufacturer, trading as Tildesley and Minter.
THE creditors of the above-named John Minter who have not already proved their debts, are required,
on or before the 19th day of December, 1883, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to me, the undersigned, Roderick Mackay, of No. 3, Lothbury, in tbe city of London, Chartered Accountant, the Trustee under the liquidation, or in default thereof tbey will be excluded from the benefit of the Dividend proposed to be declared.'97 Dated this 10th day of December, 1883.
ROD. MACKAY, Trustee.
A similar notice had apeared on 7 September 1883.

1891 census: at The Cottage, Norwood, Surrey, John (62, farmer), Emma (53), Frank (26, clerk in the 2nd district, Inland Revenue), Edith K (21, governess). And Louisa GRIMLEY (aunt, unmarried, 71, born Willenhall, Staffordshire). Daughter Frances (age given as 29) was on the nursing staff at the London Hospital in Whitechapel.

London Electoral Registers, 1891, 1892, 1893 list John Minter of Norwood Green, Southall, dwelling house at Norwood Green. Also land at Norwood Green.

London Electoral Registers, 1894, 1895 list John Minter of Norwood Green, Southall, land at Norwood Green.

Listed in Post Office Directories 1894 as John Minter, farmer, 'The Cottage', Norwood Green, Southall and 1898 as John Minter, contractor, 'The Cottage', Norwood Green, Norwood, Southall.

London Electoral Registers, 1898, 1899 list John Minter of Norwood Green, Southall, dwelling house at Norwood Green.

1901 census: at The Cottage, Norwood, Surrey, John (72, farmer and carman) and Emma (63). And Louisa GRIMLEY (aunt, unmarried, 81, living on own means, born Willenhall, Staffordshire).

1911 census: at Nettleden House, Church Street, Ellesmere, Shropshire (10 rooms), Anne Maria WILCOX (head, 60, widow, married 29 years, no children, private means, born Paddington, London), Emma Minter (sister, 73, widow, married 44 years, 9 children, 4 living 5 died, private means, born Leamington, Warwickshire), Gertrude May LEATHERS (companion, 30, single, companion & assistant in house duties, born Wingfield, Suffolk) and Barbara JONES (25, single, general domestic servant, born Overton, Flintshire).
Form signed Anne Maria Wilcox. 
Minter, John (I2370)
 
400 1851 census: as Jane TIDY, Jane, 30, was a cook at 41 Lowndes Square, Chelsea, the home of Henry C Robarts, a banker, and his wife. TIDEY, Jane (I1276)
 

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