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9851 Witness at Nonington on 2 November 1826 and 27 March 1828.

1841census (indexed by ancestry.com as MENTER): living at The Poultry House, Nonington, aged 45, an independent.

1851 census: living at the Lodge, Nonington, unmarried, an annuitant, aged 56.

Buried at age 60. 
Minter, Mary (I1474)
 
9852 Witness at Nonington on 29 December 1855

1851 census: at Harmansole Farm, aged stated as 20, a farm labourer, unmarried.

1861 census: aged 32, an ag lab, living, his wife Sarah N (28), with his father at at Crockshard Hill.

1871 census: at Crockshard Hill, Thomas (43, ag lab), wife Sarah (39) and father Thomas (74, widower, ag lab).

Appeared in Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1878 as Thomas Minter, farmer, Preston next Wingham.

1881 census: in Preston Street, Preston, Kent Thomas (54, a farmer and market gardener of eight acres), wife Sarah (50) and brother-in-law James NEWPORT (62, a farm servant).

Appeared in Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1882 as Thomas Minter, farmer, Preston next Wingham.

In 1884, living at Preston Street with house and land.

Appeared in Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1887 as Thomas Minter, farmer, Preston, Sandwich.

Appeared in the Canterbury and District Directory, 1888 - 89, Bedwell & Co as F (sic) Minter, Preston, carrier, Saturdays (from) 'Crown'.

1891 census: Sarah, 60, now widowed, lived in Fostall, Preston, Kent, with a boarder.

1901 census: Sarah, 70, was living in Preston next Wingham, Kent with her brother-in-law Richard RYE (79, widower, market gardener, born Kingston, Kent) and his son James E. RYE (40, single, blacksmith, born Patrixbourne, Kent). 
Minter, Thomas (I1499)
 
9853 Witness at Penge on 18 May 1891, at St Michael Folkestone on 31 March 1902 and at St Peter Folkestone on 23 November 1902.

When son George was born Catherine was described as a charwoman. She was living at 10 Ethelebert Road, Folkestone.

1939 Register: at 66 Marshall Street, Folkestone M.B., Kent
Minter, Catherine W born 30 Mar 1874, single, ironer. 
Minter, Catherine Willis (I711)
 
9854 Witness at sister Charlotte's marriage of 1894 (per Julie Furey).

September 2008, from Julie Furey: "My Auntie [Joyce] said that Susan Minter died at a backyard abortion clinic, she was having her 7th child and was very poor, so Charlotte lent her the money. Auntie Joyce said Charlotte never forgave herself for lending the money to Susan for the rest of her life."

April 2009, from Chris Horgan's website: Six children were born to James & Susan Jane between 1900 and 1911. Jessie, Nellie Elizabeth, John H G, Christina Kay, Charlotte Janet Ross, & Daisy Isabella.

Susan Jane WILSON's cause of death was due to complications during the early stages of her seventh pregnancy [see note of September 2008 above]. 
Minter, Susan Jane (I503)
 
9855 Witness at St George Ramsgate on 21 May 1831. KIDD, Ann (I2276)
 
9856 Witness at St George, Ramsgate on 21 may 1831.
A baker in Margate between 832 and 1836 and in Ramsgate in 1838.
Living in High Street, Ramsgate in 1838.

1841 census: in Paradise, Ramsgate, Henry (30, baker), Ann (30), Henry (9), George (7), Charles (3) and Mary Ann (6 months).

Buried in 1846 as of Paradise, aged 39. According to www.deceasedonline.com Henry and his father Henry were re-buried in the Ebenezer Chapel Ground, Ramsgate on 12 February 1974.

1851 census: at 1 Frederick Place, St Lawrence, Kent: Ann (40, widow, laundress), George (18, printer), Charles (12, draper's porter), Maria (10), Elizabeth (7) and Ann (4). The youngest children were at school.

1861 census: having moved to London, Ann (50, widow, housekeeper) lived at 4 Mary Street, Islington as did her daughter Ann C (15, housemaid).

1871 census: living at 11 Carleton Road, Islington, London, a general servant (although age is shown as 55).

1881 census: Ann, now 70 was a servant living at 23 Upper Park Road, Hampstead, London.

1891 census: now 80, Ann was living on her own means at 62 Waverley Road, Paddington, London. 
Minter, Henry (I2250)
 
9857 Witness at St James Tunbridge Wells on 6 September 1885.

1891 census: at Durlock, Ash (living next door to widowed mother Maria Minter), Albert (30, market gardener), Rosa (although the name on the census doesn't look like Rosa) (30) and Elsie G (2).

Appeared in Kelly's Directory for Kent, 1899 as Albert Edward Minter, market gardener, Durlock, Ash.

1901 census: at Durlock, Ash, Albert E (40, market gardener), Rosa E (40), Elsie G (12), Frank L (9), Gladys M (6) and Doris I (4 months). Also there was Ethel M SANDERSON, niece, 13, born Highgate, London.

A market gardener of Durlock when Doris and Roderick were baptised in 1901 and 1903 respectively.

Entries in the Deal, Walmer & Sandwich Directory 1906 & 1907:
Minter Bros, fruiterers, 17 High Street, Deal
also listed as A E Minter, fruiterer, 17 High Street, Deal.

Deal, Walmer & Sandwich Directory 1908, 1910, 1911:
A E Minter, fruiterer, 17 High Street, Deal.

1911 census: at Durlock Ash, Canterbury, Kent (6 rooms), Albert Edward (head, 50, married, market gardener, employer, born Worth, Kent, Rosa Eastes (wife, 50. married 23 years, 5 children, all living, born Deal, Kent), Frank Leslie (son, 19, single, matket gardener, worker, born Ash, Kent), Gladys Muriel (daughter, 16, single, post office assistant, born Ash, Kent), Doris Irene (daughter, 10, school, born Ash, Kent) and Roderick Thomas (son, 7, born Ash, Kent).
Form signed A E Minter.

Cliff Minter made the following copy of Albert's Will:
This is the Wll of me Albert Edward Minter of Fairview Durlock Ash next Sandwich in the County of Kent, fruit grower and market gardener
1. I revoke all previous Wills.
2. I appoint my son Roderick Thomas Henry Minter and my son in law William John Goodsell executors and trustees hereof.
3. I give all consumable stores and perishable goods in and about my dwelling house at the time of my death to my wife Rosa Eastes Minter absolutely.
4. I give all my furniture and articles of household and personal use but excluding articles used in connection with my business to my wife during her life and subject thereto my daughter Doris Irene Goodsell absolutely provided always that my wife shall not be liable for breakages or loss.
5. I give all the residue of my real and personal estate unto my trustees upon trust to sell ---- ---- ---- ---- pay the income of such investment to my wife during her life and subject to such life I give the sum of £50 to the said Doris Irene Goodsell and the residue of my said estate to the said Roderick Thomas Henry Minter absolutely.
6. I empower my trustees to postpone the sale of my residuary estate during the lifetime of my wife --- --- to carry on my business --- ---- as if they were absolute owners --- --- free from all responsibility --- I appoint the said Roderick Thomas Henry Minter as working manager of such business and to pay him such remuneration as my wife may from time to time approve.
7. I direct that no apportionment shall take place of any rent interest or annual income current at my death.
In witness whereof ---- ---- 12th November 1938
--- The mark of Albert Edward Minter.
Signed by the above named testator with his mark he being incapable through illness ---- ---- our names as witnesses
R John Barnes Solicitor Deal.
Jno Rennie Clerk to Messrs Williamson & Downes Solicitors Deal.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941, at Ancestry.co.uk, November 2010
MINTER Albert Edward of Fairview Durlock Ash next Sandwich Kent died 30 March 1939 Probate London 15 May 1939 to Roderick Thomas Henry Minter fruit grower. Effects £1324 9s 6d.

Two separate tombstones at St Nicholas, Ash next Sandwich read:
Albert Edward Minter, died 30 March 1939 age 78
Rosa Estes Minter died 1 March 1939 age 79. 
Minter, Albert Edward (I161)
 
9858 Witness at St Lawrence Thanet on 18 October 1819 and at St John Thanet on 13 May 1822.

The following note is copied from the record of Johan Honicke, Ickham section (qv):
The identity of this Sarah Minter is uncertain. At first I thought she was probably Harriet's mother Sarah, originally Sarah Emptage, then married to David Holness (Harriet's father) and finally married to Henry Belsey Minter. However, Sarah Emptage was born about 1776 so would have been about 75 (not 57) in 1851 and, as Cliff Minter points out, it seems unlikely that Sarah would have travelled to London at such an age, to be returned to Wingham seven years later to be buried.
Another possibility is that Sarah was the Sarah Minter born of Henry Minter and Sarah (Philpott) on 4 April 1794 and christened at St John's Thanet on 11 May 1794. 1794 would tally exactly with the age attributed to Sarah Minter in 1851. There are two objections to this idea. Firstly, Sarah is shown in the 1851 census as a widow - Cliff Minter suggests this may have been simply because Sarah did not want to be identified as a spinster. Secondly, there is no known connection between Henry Minter and Sarah (Philpott) (who belong to the 'Ash Minters') and Harriet Honicke nee Minter of the 'Ickham Minters'. 
Minter, Sarah (I2244)
 
9859 Witness at St Lawrence Thanet on 21 February 1816 and at St John Thanet on 13 May 1822. Minter, George (I2243)
 
9860 Witness at St Leonard Deal on 15 October 1833 (signs 'Bethia'). Buried as 'Bithia'. Minter, Bithian (I3060)
 
9861 Witness at St Peter Sandwich on the 4 November 1804.
Mentioned in brother's Will dated 16 August 1823.

Information on marriage and descendants of Maria from Christine Fereday - Internet message located by Helen Windon, friend of Merrilyn Minter 27 November 1998. Letter from Christine to Merrilyn dated 14 December 1998.

Cliff Minter, letter 6 November 2006. Cliff Minter has found the following marriage in the St John Thanet PR:
24 November 1802. Valentine SOPER and Maria Minter both of this parish by banns. Both signed. Witnesses George Minter (signed), [Phi... or Cha...] Mummery (signed ) and Catharine Kember (signed).
Cliff writes "I am coming to believe that Maria first married Valentine Soper and that then either Valentine Soper died or else Maria found out he was already married, so she married Thomas Potts. The vicar was confused as to whether Maria was a spinster or a widow [in 1805 the PR entry has 'Maria Minter (spinster entered and deleted) widow']. George Minter [a witness in 1802] was probably Maria's brother."
Cliff Minter, letter 27 November 2006. Further research into Parish Registers leads Cliff to write:
"I believe that she [Maria] reverted to her maiden name for some reason, having been first married to Valentine Soper....The facts are that we have one baptism of Maria in 1782, one marriage to Valentine Soper in 1802, [Maria a] witness at brother George's marriage in 1804 but not as Maria Soper but as Maria Minter, and a final marriage to Thomas Potts in 1805, not as Maria Soper or even as Maria Minter but as Maria Minter widow. I searched St John Thanet 1800 to 1805 and St Lawrence Thanet 1802 to 1805 but failed to find a burial for Valentine Soper.
"I compared the two signatures of George, in 1802 [as a witness at the marriage of Valentine Soper and Maria Minter] and 1804 [at his own marriage to Mary Debock] and the three signatures of Maria in 1802 [at her wedding to Valentine Soper], 1804 [as a witness at George and Mary Debock's marriage] and 1805 [at her (Maria's) marriage to Thomas Potts] - and with either George or Maria I could not confirm they belonged to more than one person. The two 'Georges' were very similar and the three 'Marias' were very similar.
"The only fact that is certain is that Maria was witness at the marriage of George in 1804. She cannot have married Valentine Soper in 1802 unless she renounced that marriage by 1804. There was certainly some confusion in 1805 as to whether she was a spinster or a widow.
"Conclusion, I have decide to chart all this information beneath Maria born 1782 in the hope that one day further information will come to light, ie an early burial for Valentine Soper or census details." 
Minter, Maria (I2223)
 
9862 Witness at Whitstable on 14 December 1809, 13 August 1810, 24 April 1811 and 8 August 1820. Minter, Mary (I166)
 
9863 Witness at Whitstable on 8 August 1820.

Probably she who appeared in the 1845 Post Office Directory as Mrs Mary Ann Minter, beer retailer and the 1847 History, Gazetteer & Dirctory of the County of Kent (Bagshaw) as Mary Ann Minter,. beer house, Whitstable.

1851 census: at Harbour Street, Whitstable, Mary Ann (54, widow, huckster), daughter Susan (24) and granddaughter Ann Elizabeth (6).

Probably she who appeared in the Directory of Kent, Melville & Co, 1858 as Mary Ann Minter, beer retailer & general dealer, High Street, Whitstable.

1861 census (possibly): at Outer Wall, Whitstable, aged 65, widow, visitor with John L and Elizabeth BEAL. 
COLEMAN, Mary Ann (I177)
 
9864 Witness on 13 October 1829 at St Lawrence. Minter, Hannah (I65)
 
9865 Witness on 17 July 1783 at St James, Dover. Minter, Sarah (I805)
 
9866 Witness on 25 April 1918 at St Martins Gate, Haddington, East Lothian (brother George's marriage).

1939 Register: at Betjon, St Nicholas Road, Hythe M.B., Kent
Minter, Edward born 18 Jul 1901, married, butcher (shop keeper)
Minter, Clara born 28 Aug 1899, married, unpaid domestic duties
Minter, Betty born 16 Jul 1928, at school. 
Minter, Edward Burden (I2511)
 
9867 Witness on 6 April 1896 at St Bartholomew, Charlton next Dover.

1901 census: at 6 Middle Row, Dover, Kent, Alfred (25, journeyman baker), Lydia (23), Daisy (3) and Lydia (1).

1911 census: at Church Hill, Shepherdiwell, near Dover, Kent (4 rooms), Alfred (head, 35, married, baker, worker, born Dover, Kent), Lydia (wife, 33, married 14 years 2 children both living, born Shepherdiwell, Kent), Daisy (daughter, 13, born Dover, Kent), Lydia (daughter, 11, born Dover, Kent) and a boarder.
Form signed Alfred Minter.

Tombstone in Sheperdswell reads:
In loving memory of a dear husband and father
Alfred Edward Minter who passed away 10 July 1954
age 78
also Lydia wife of the above who passed away
4 February 1958 age 80. 
Minter, Alfred Edward (I972)
 
9868 Witnesses Herman KAPPLIN and Margaret GRANT. Family F2876
 
9869 Wm Robert Bigham, 26 of Dereham, born Dereham, bachelor, farmer, parents Wm John & Isabella Bigham. Fanney (sic) Hunsley, 23 of Dereham, born Dereham, spinster, parents Thomas & Elizabeth Hunsley. Witnesses Ida J Bigham and David Smith both of Dereham. Bride & groom both Methodista. Family F565
 
9870 Worked as a builder's labourer.
Living at 2 Charlton Villas, Charlton Green, Dover, Kent in 1929. 
Minter, George (I1968)
 
9871 Worked at Eudunda Farmers at Gawler until aged 21 years and then had to be paid adult wages. Because it was the depression years, she was laid off and replaced by a junior. She went into service in North Adelaide until she married.
Right knee replacement on 5th Dec., 1985.
Died suddenly approx. 3.30 a.m. 8th Dec., 1985.
Funeral 10th Dec., 1985 and buried at Dudley Park Cemetery after a service at Prospect Churches of Christ. 
Minter, Cora Maud Nicholls (I2080)
 
9872 Worked for Co-operative Wholesale Society, London.

1911 census: at 71 Grosvenor Park Road, Walthamstow, London (2 rooms), Edward Evereet (head, 29, married, grocer's carman, worker, born Deptford, Kent), Florence Hilda (wife, 25, married 1 year, 1 child, living, born Walthamstow, Essex) and Geoffrey Gilbert (son, 7 weeks, born Walthamstow, Essex).
Form signed F H Brent for E E Minter and is annotated 'Particulars copied from schedule of A Horner, same address',

The London Gazette of 4 October 1918 records that (as Edwin Everitt Minter of Felix House, Hall Lane, Chingford, Essex, Gentleman) Edward was to become the registered proprietor of the leasehold dwelling house and garden at 120 Fordel Road, Lewisham, London.

1939 Register: at 54 Chelmsford Avenue , Walthamstow M.B., Essex
Minter, Edward E born 9 Apr 1881, married, lift attendant
Minter, Florence H born 4 Apr 1886 *, married, unpaid domestic duties
* very faintly, the year '89' has been inserted.

Probate London 25 Sep 1973 £21,112. 
Minter, Edward Everett (I43)
 
9873 Worked for wholesale grocer in Sandwich. Lived at Bellars Bush, Sandwich, Kent after marriage before moving to Worth where Elisabeth died. Minter, Elizabeth (I1557)
 
9874 Worked in service at Minster Abbey. Lived at Felderland Lane, Worth after marriage before moving to Fisher Street, Sandwich where the house was bombed during the war. Then they moved to St Bartholomew Road where Kate died.

The marriage of Kate and Arthur BAX provides a link into the family tree on Genes Reunited of Roger Davies. He is concentrating on the BAX history. 
Minter, Kate (I1549)
 
9875 Worked in shoe factory and later on farm living at Wellingborough, Northants.

From Cheryl Winter, July 2005:
Stanley was actually born in Olney, Northants. His house caught fire one
evening when he was cooking. He fell asleep and the food caught fire. He was
too old to wake up and get out quick enough. It was a traumatising moment
for us.

August 2016: details of Stanley's son Derek C Minter and his family have been removed from the website at the request of a member of the family. 
Minter, Stanley Clifford (I1625)
 
9876 Worked in shoe factory at Olney, Bucks. Lived at 32 Western Road, Olney. Minter, Lillian Mary (I1680)
 
9877 Worked in the Nottingham lace industry before marriage.
Lived at 5 Eden Yard, Northgate, Bulwell, Notts in 1907 with husband a domestic gardener and later at Woodhouse Eaves, Beaumanor Hall. Worked as cook at bothy for servants with husband working as gardener and as beater at shoots.
Was living at 1 The Home Woodhouse Almshouses, Barrow upon Soar, Loughborough. 
Minter, Nellie Maud (I2169)
 
9878 Worked on farm and later in railway carriage works at Wolverton, Bucks living at Olney, Bucks

Administration Oxford 12 Jul 1978 £9373. 
Minter, William Frederick (I1623)
 
9879 Worked on farms at Littlebourne and Adisham before going to Sextries Farm, Nackington.
Left Sextries Farm to join the Metropolitan Police at Peckham. Went to Gipsey Hill Police Station and lived in the section house for two years before being transferred to Beckenham Police Station P Division No. 568, where he served for twenty three years.
Lived first in Elmers End Road after getting married then at 12 Thayers Farm Road. May have lived next at Blandford Road before going to 64 Mackenzie Road and then to 185 Blandford Road where he lived with his wife and family between 1912 and 1917. Lived also at Park Road, Clockhouse Road, 9 Cumberland Road, 35 Thayers Farm Road and then at 61 Thayers Farm Road where he lived between 1939 and 1945. He was a member of the Beckenham Mens Brotherhood tug-of-war team formed of Beckenham policemen until 1914, who were United Kingdom champions in 1912 at their weight of 112 stone. He was caretaker of the Conservative Club after leaving the police force until retirement.

1911 census: at 185 Blandford Road, Beckenham, Kent (5 rooms), Frank (head, 33, married, Metroplotan Police constable, Met police, worker, born Preston, Kent), Maud (wife, 31, married 8 years, 4 children all living, born Essex), Edna (daughter, 7, born Beckenham, Kent), Ernest (son, 6, born Beckenham, Kent), Harry (son, 5, born Beckenham, Kent), Norman (son, 3, born Beckenham, Kent) and Hannah GOLBY (mother in law, 63, widow, born Deadham, Essex).
Form signed Frank Minter.

From England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 at Ancestry.com:
Minter Frank 61 Thayers Farm Road Beckenham Kent died 25 November 1945 Administration London 22 September 1949 to Maude Minter widow. Effects £234 1s. 
Minter, Frank (I1762)
 
9880 www.awm.gov.au has a William John Minter, 19, driver of Bendigo, Victoria, father John Minter, 152 Bridge Street, Bendigo, embarking on the HMAT Nestor on 2 October 1916 at Melbourne. He was a Private no. 2721 in the 60 Infantry Battalion - 6 to 9 Reinforcements (October 1916 - July 1917). Full service record at National Archives of Australia.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1919 for Sutton, Bendigo, Victoria includes:
William John Minter, 90 Old Violet Street, Bendigo, driver
Ivy Vera Minter, 90 Old Violet Street, Bendigo, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1924 for Sutton, Bendigo, Victoria includes:
William John Minter, 12 Hopetoun Street, Bendigo, driver
Ivy Vera Minter, 12 Hopetoun Street, Bendigo, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1931 for Sandhurst East, Bendigo, Victoria includes at 152 Bridge Street, Bendigo:
William John Minter, driver
Ivy Vera Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1936 for Sandhurst East, Bendigo, Victoria includes at 15 Bridge Street:
William John Minter, driver
Ivy Vera Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1937 for Sandhurst East, Bendigo, Victoria includes at 15 Bridge Street:
William John Minter, driver
Ivy Vera Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1942 for Footscray North, Maribyrnong, Victoria includes at 57 Bishop Street:
William John Minter, tannery worker
Ivy Vera Minter, home duties
Dorothy Jean Minter, saleswoman [probably daughter but nothing else known].

Australian Electoral Roll, 1949 for Kingsville, Gellibrand, Victoria includes at 57 Bishop Street, W.13:
William John Minter, tannery worker
Ivy Vera Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Rolls, 1954, 1963, 1968 for Kingsville, Gellibrand, Victoria include at 57 Bishop Street, W.13:
William John Minter, tannery worker
Ivy Vera Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1972 for Kingsville, Gellibrand, Victoria includes at 4 High Street, Yarraville 3013:
William John Minter, no occupation
Ivy Vera Minter, home duties.

William died in 1973:
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1977, 1980 for Kingsville, Gellibrand, Victoria includes at 7/50 Edgar Street, Footscray:
Ivy Vera Minter, home duties.
In 1977 the same details appear in the Roll for Kingsville, Melbourne West. 
Minter, William John (I846)
 
9881 www.awm.gov.au/: Embarked on HMAT Afric on 9 February 1916 at Melbourne, a Sapper in the 2 Divisional Signal Company - 1 to 13 Reinforcements (November 1915 - January 1916). Age 21, single, labourer of Golden Point, Maryborough, Victoria, next of kin father J Minter, same address. Presbyterian.

Served in WW2 from 19 Mar 1942 to 9 Oct 1945. Number V372550 , Corporal, VOLUNTEER DEFENCE CORPS 2 BATTALION . Service record is at National Archives of Australia.

Australian 1919 Electoral Roll in Coburg, Maribyrnong, Victoria at 37 Sargood Street:
Horace William Minter, labourer.

Australian 1924 Electoral Roll in Northcote, Batman, Victoria at 31 Urquhart Street:
Horace William Minter, labourer.
Jessie May Winifred Minter, home duties.

Australian 1931 Electoral Roll in Northcote, Batman, Victoria at 4 Keon Street:
Horace William Minter, labourer.
Jessie May Winifred Minter, home duties
Mary Ann Minter, home duties [presumably Horace's mother].

Australian 1936 Electoral Roll in Northcote, Batman, Victoria at 4 Keon Street:
Horace William Minter, labourer.
Jessie May Winifred Minter, home duties.

Australian 1937 Electoral Roll in Northcote, Batman, Victoria at 4 Keon Street:
Horace William Minter, labourer.
Jessie May Winifred Minter, home duties.

Australian 1942 Electoral Roll in Northcote, Batman, Victoria at 4 Keon Street, N.17:
Horace William Minter, labourer.
Jessie May Winifred Minter, home duties.

Australian 1949 Electoral Roll in Thornbury, Darebin, Victoria at 4 Keon Street, N.17:
Horace William Minter, labourer.
Jessie May Winifred Minter, home duties.

Australian 1954 Electoral Roll in Thornbury, Darebin, Victoria at 4 Keon Street, N.17:
Horace William Minter, labourer.
Jessie May Winifred Minter, home duties.

Australian 1963, 1968 and 1972 Electoral Rolls in Thornbury, Batman, Victoria at 4 Keon Street:
Horace William Minter, labourer.
Jessie May Winifred Minter, home duties.

Horace must have had another child, Marjorie - mentioned in the death announcement for her brother Ernest in 1927. 
Minter, Horace William (I246)
 
9882 www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/«i»
«/i»has a transcript of letters sent by 15103 Pte Arthur Goodchild, Suffolk Regt (date of birth 25 November 1896) to his mother * from September 1914 (enlisted) to July 1916 (discharged?). AG enlisted in Kitchener's New Army although underage and with defective hearing. In making the transcription some spelling errors have been corrected and punctuation introduced to break up some long sentences. The letters are discussed in "The Goodchilds of Grundisburgh: Four Brothers in the First World War" (privately printed 2008, available from «u»henryf@liverpool.ac.uk «/u»).

* Arthur's parents were Joseph and Selina E Goodchild née Salmon, who were living in Grudisburgh at the time of the 1901 census.

In a postcard, possibly sent from Felixstowe about 21 March 1915, Arthur says 'Ben Minter is here, I didn't know he had enlisted'. This «u»probably«/u» refers to Benjamin Jack Minter who was born a few months after Arthur.

1939 Register: at 34 Christchurch Street, Ipswich C.B., Suffolk
CATCHPOLE, Florence born 24 Oct 1880, single, boarding house keeper
GARDNER, Robert born 8 Mar 1899, single, foundry labourer
Minter, Benjamin J born 10 Mar 1897, single, foundry labourer
CHRCHYARD, Arthur E born 1 May 1872, widower, firewood merchant on own account.

From England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 at Ancestry.com:
Minter Benjamin Jack of 18 Cheam Road Ewell Surrey was last seen alive on the 24 March 1959 and whose dead body was found on the 9 April 1959 in the River Thames at Twickenham Surrey Administration London 25 May to Elsie Laura Beams married woman. Effects £179 9s 6d. 
Minter, Benjamin Jack (I120)
 
9883 www.thegazette.co.uk gives last address as 22 Faversham Avenue, Chingford, London E4 6DT.

Probate grant & will, Winchester 2 Dec 2013. 
ANDREWS, Kathleen Margaret (I600)
 
9884 www.thegazette.co.uk has last address as Clifden House, 80-86 Claremont Road, Seaford, East Sussex BN25 2QD.
Executor/Personal Representative: Mayo Wynne Baxter LLP, 1 Warwick Road, Seaford, East Sussex BN25 1RS. (John Robert Medbury Clarke and Charles Simon Le May).

The following appeared in the Sussex Express on 7 Dec 2007 (on-line):
MINTER On 4th December 2007 in Seaford, JOHN BRUNKER aged 83 years. Funeral service at Eastbourne Crematorium Family Chapel on Monday 17th December at 3.45pm. Flowers and enquiries c/o Seaford & Newhaven Funeral Service, 22 Sutton Road, Seaford, BN25 1RU. Tel 01323 893889. 
Minter, John Brunker (I317)
 
9885 www.ww2roll.gov.au has the following:
Service number NX82523, date of birth 24 Sep 1917 at Mayfield, NSW, enlisted 6 Jan 1942 from Wallsend, at Paddington, NSW. Nok Doreen. Discharge 8 Nov 1945. Private, 2/1 Pioneer Battalion.

It would appear that Frederick and Doreen divorced and that Doreen remarried in 1945.

Australian Electoral Roll 1949 for Wallsend West, Hunter, NSW contains, at Minmi Road, Wallsend:
Frederick Minter, driver
Stella Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll 1954 for Charlestown, Hunter, NSW contains, at Sydney Street, Gateshead:
Frederick Minter, bus driver
Stella Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll 1958 for Charlestown, Shortland, NSW contains, at Sydney Street, Gateshead:
Frederick Minter, bus driver
Stella Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll 1963 for Gateshead, Shortland, NSW contains, at Sydney Street, Gateshead:
Frederick Minter, bus driver
Stella Minter, home duties.

Frederick died in 1968:
Australian Electoral Roll 1980 for Gateshead, Shortland, NSW contains, at 23 Sydney Street, Gateshead:
Stella Minter, home duties. 
Minter, Frederick (I3310)
 
9886 www.ww2roll.gov.au has:
Australian Army, service no. N460247, enlisted 23 Jan 1942 as of Wallsend, at Lambton, NSW. Nok Elsie. Discharged 12 Apr 1946. Private, Qld Ech & Rec.
Full service record is at national Archives of Australia. When he enlisted George gave his occupation as caulker & pipelayer and his next of kin as his wife Elsie May Minter, New Tunnel, Wallsend, NSW (which was also George's address). Religion Methodist. George said he'd been convicted of petty thieving at Newcastle, NSW.

Australian Electoral Rolls 1936 & 1937 for Wallsend, Hunter, NSW contain, at New Tunnel, Wallsend,:
[father] Charles Robert Minter, senior, labourer
[mother] Hannah Minter, home duties
George Minter, labourer
[wife] Elsie May Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll 1943 for Heaton, Hunter, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
[father] Charles Robert Minter, senior, labourer
[mother] Hannah Minter, home duties
George Minter, labourer
[wife] Elsie May Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll 1949 for Heaton, Shortland, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
[father] Charles Robert Minter, senior, labourer
[mother] Hannah Minter, home duties
George Minter, labourer
[wife] Elsie May Minter, home duties
[brother] James Ernest Minter, labourer.

Australian Electoral Roll 1954 for Wallsend, Shortland, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
[father] Charles Robert Minter, senior, labourer
[mother] Hannah Minter, home duties
George Minter, labourer
[wife] Elsie May Minter, home duties
[brother] James Ernest Minter, labourer.

Australian Electoral Roll 1958 for Wallsend, Hunter, NSW contains, at 18 Metcalfe Street:
George Minter, labourer
Elsie May Minter, home duties
[son] James Herbert Minter, labourer
[son] George Alexander Minter, meat worker.

Australian Electoral Rolls 1963, 1968, 1980 for Wallsend, Hunter, NSW contain, at 18 Metcalfe Street:
George Minter, labourer
Elsie May Minter, home duties
[son] George Alexander Minter, meat worker.

 
Minter, George (I57)
 
9887 www.ww2roll.gov.au has:
Minter, Gordon, Royal Australian Air Force, service no. 142332. Enlisted 1 Jun 1943 from East Bairnsdale, Vic at Melbourne, Vic. Nok Jane. Discharge 19 Mar 1946. Leading aircraftsman in Air Force Headquarters Telecommunications Unit.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1949 for Mildura, Mallee includes at cnr. 11th Street & Ginquam Avenue, Irymple:
Gordon Cooling Minter, horticulturist.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1954 for Mildura, Mallee includes at cnr. 11th Street & Ginquam Avenue, Irymple:
Gordon Cooling Minter, horticulturist
Gloria Jane Minter, home duties (address shown as Ginquam Avenue, Billabong).

Australian Electoral Rolls, 1963, 1968 for Red Cliffs, Mallee includes at cnr. 11th Street & Ginquam Avenue, Irymple:
Gordon Cooling Minter, horticulturist
Gloria Jane Minter, home duties (address shown as Ginquam Avenue, Billabong).

Australian Electoral Roll, 1972 for Sebastopol, Ballaarat, Victoria includes at 1 Gladstone Street, Sebastopol 3336:
Gordon Cooling Minter, curator
Gloria Jane Minter, home duties

Australian Electoral Roll, 1977 for Sebastopol, Ballaarat, Victoria includes at 1 Gladstone Street, Sebastopol 3336:
Gordon Cooling Minter, curator
Gloria Jane Minter, home duties
[Son] Gavin Barry Minter, student.

Indexed as Gordon Carling Minter by Ancestry. Australian Electoral Roll, 1980 for Sebastopol, Ballarat, Victoria includes at 1 Gladstone Street, Sebastopol:
Gordon Cooling Minter, curator
Gloria Jane Minter, home duties.

Appeared in the World Book of Minters, c. 1992 at 1 Gladstone Street, Sebastopol, Victoria. 
Minter, Gordon Cooling (I319)
 
9888 Zoe Haddock has Caroline and her husband in her Genes Reunited tree. Minter, Caroline (I162)
 
9889 [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3409, Date of Import: Jun 4, 1997]

Served in the War of 1812. Capt. Brice Edward's Co. of Va. Militia. 
EGGLETON, Thomas Joseph (I79)
 
9890 [huntingfield Mar 2006.FTW]

On Henry's marriage registration index entry, Ruby's name is given as WHITE MINTER. Possibly a clue to Ruby's father. 
Family F247
 
9891 [thomas 1746.GED]

Married by banns as of Ickham; John of Ickham. 
Family F626
 
9892 [thornham Aug 2006.FTW]

By banns on 1, 8 and 15 November. Christopher, single man of this parish, Bathsheba single woman of this parish. Both marked. Witnesses Elizabeth How and Christopher Long. 
Family F339
 
9893 [thornham Aug 2006.FTW]

By banns. Ernest Albert Minter, full age, bachelor, tobacconist of West Hackney, father Samuel Minter, late police constable. Lydia Carter, full age, spinster of West Hackney, father Job Carter, game keeper. Ernest signed, Lydia marked. Witnesses Henry Hollands and Louisa Hollands both signed. 
Family F365
 
9894 [thornham Aug 2006.FTW]

By banns. George Keeley single of this parish, Mary Minter single of this parish. Her mark. Witnesses John Reynolds and William Fulcher. 
Family F341
 
9895 [thornham Aug 2006.FTW]

By banns. John Ling single of this parish and Susan Minter single of this parish. Her mark. Witnesses Wm. Ling and William [Fulcher?]. 
Family F340
 
9896 [thornham Aug 2006.FTW]

By banns. William bachelor of Gt. Thornham, Sarah, single of this parish. His mark. Witnesses Robert Cobb and Mary Minter. 
Family F343
 
9897 «b»November 2015: Dick Moore's Story of Eliza Minter of Palgrave, Suffolk and her Children can be found on the Minter Exchange website.
«/b»
According to Rod Minter Eliza was baptised a second time on 10 May 1827 in Palgrave. This was confirmed in October 2015 by Dick Moore.

August 2015: Dick Moore writes:
"Eliza at the beginning of her child bearing activities, baptised a DAVID HOWELL 16th November 1850 at Wortham, father given as DAVID HOWELL and mother as ELIZA MENTER.
The second child, ELIZABETH, was baptised as ELIZABETH HOWELL MENTER 29th May 1852 also at Wortham, no father stated, mother recorded as ELIZA MENTER."
Elizabeth is assumed to be she who was born in 1850/51.

1861 census: in Palgrave, Elisa (sic) (unmarried, 33), Elizabest (sic), (10, scholar), Ida (6, scholar), William (4, scholar) and Ellen (2 months). Also a boarder, Francis SADLER (61, unmarried, proprietor of house & fund holder, born Ongar, Essex).

1871 census: at 6 Bridle Lane, Botesdale, Suffolk, all under the name of SADLER, Francis (77, invested money & annuitant), Eliza (43), Ida (16, scholar), William (14, scholar), Leslie (son) (12, scholar), Percival (6, scholar), Ellen (11, scholar), Clifford (4, scholar) and Herbert (2).

Although Eliza was living with Francis Sadler by 1871, and using his surname, there is no indication in the index of marriages that the couple ever married. The births of some of Eliza's children were not registered; those that were, were registered as Minter.

The death of a Francis SADLER, aged 80, was registered at Hartismere in Q3 1872 (4a/324). The England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 (at ancestry.com) has:
SADLER Francis Effects under £200 20 November. The Will of Francis Sadler formerly of the Long Green Wortham but late of Botesdale both in the county of Suffolk Gentleman who died 31 August 1871 at Botesdale was proved at the Principal Registry by Eliza Minter of Botesdale Spinster the sole Executrix.

1881 census: in Street Rickinghall, Suffolk, under the name of SADLER: Eliza (widow, 54, annuitant), Clifford (14, clerk) and Herbert (12, scholar). Also a 'protege', Ellen P ATWELL (7, scholar, born London).

It's thought that the following census entries refer to Eliza and her daughters Ida and Ellen.
1891 census: in High Road (Mount House), Wheatley, Oxfordshire, Elise SADLER (head, 62, widow, school proprietress, born Sheffield, Yorkshire), Ida SADLER (daughter, 31, single, school proprietress, born Highgate, London and Helen SADLER (daughter, 25, single, school proprietress, born Highgate, London. Also at the property were a governess and a number of pupils, one of whom was Lilian Philippa HOWELL (17, born Holborn, London) - almost certainly 'Ellen P ATWELL' of 1881.
1901 census: in Upper Wick, Sutton Wick, Berkshire, Elise SADLER (head, 73, widow, born Sheffield, Yorkshire), Ida SADLER (daughter, 40, single, principal of girls boarding school, own a/c, at home, born Highgate, London and Helen SADLER (daughter, 34, single, born Highgate, London. Also at the property were a teacher, a number of pupils and a servant, Ellen P ATWELL 26, born Holborn).
1911 census: at 167 Wokingham Road, Reading, Berkshire (10 rooms including attics), Elise SADLER (head, 81, widow, private means, born Sheffield, Yorkshire), Ida Muriel SADLER (daughter, 46, single, born Highgate (London), Helen Montmorency SADLER (daughter, 40, single, born Bristol (Glos) and Clifford Reynolds SADLER (grandson, 11, school, born Matatiele, Cape Colony, Resident. Also a general domestic servant, Ellen Philippa ATTWELL (36, single, born Holborn (London).
Form signed Elise Sadler.

The death registration of Elise Sadler, age 89, Q3 1916 Reading (2c/425) undoubtedly refers to Eliza Minter. 
Minter, Eliza (I766)
 
9898 «u»It is only an assumption«/u» that William was Homan's son, based on Wiliam's birth date and the fact that the both lived in Thorp Green in 1841. No birth or baptism has been found for William.

1841 census: in Thorp Green, Thorpe le Soken, William (35, machine man, born Essex), Jemima (35, born Essex) and William (5, born Essex).

1851 census: in Thorp Green, Thorpe le Soken, William (50, machine man & drill man employing 1 man, born Thorp), Jemima (47, born Beaumont, Essex) and William (15, born Thorp).

1861 census: in Beaumont, Essex, William (62, farming bailiff, born Lynn, Norfolk (!)), Jemima (58, born Beaumont, Essex) and William (25, ag lab, born Thorpe le Soken).

1871 census: in School Yard (of National School), Beaumont, Essex, William (71, widower, born Lynn, Norfolk (!)) and a lodger, Charles PULLBORN (23, ag lab, born Beaumont, Essex).

It's not clear why William's birthplace was shown as Lynn, Norfolk in 1861 and 1871. His death was probably that registered in Q4 1875 at Tendring RD, which covered Beaumont. 
GARNHAM, William (I647)
 
9899 «u»«b»IMPORTANT NOTE

«/u»«/b»This John Minter appears in the same file as the American Minter group headed by Richard Minter (born England about 1570). However, John and his descendants are not here connected to Richard and his decendants because it isn't clear just how they are connected. The most likely probability is that John was the brother of Richard's descendant Anthony Minter (c. 1685 - 1751) but that hasn't been proved to my satisfaction.

Most of the history of the descendants of this John Minter has been taken from existing sources including:
- MINTER/COBB FAMILIES by John B Minter, at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com
- Genealogy Research by Samuel Antonio Minter, at http://wiki.abulsme.com
 
Minter, John (I4506)
 

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