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9851 The entry in the Canterbury Cemetery records shows that Mary was buried as a widow, aged 78 (implying that she was older than her age as given on censuses). She lived at Nunnery Cottages when she died. HARRIS, Mary (I2780)
 
9852 The entry in the death section of the BMD index that reads Richard P is assumed to relate to Raymond C. Minter, Raymond C (I1618)
 
9853 The entry in the marriage register looks like 'John Wheahea and Ann Gorby' but the date is clear. Family F1144
 
9854 The entry in the National Burial Index for Elizabeth Minter, buried age 33 on 26 December 1830 probably refers to Thomas's first wife.

When son Charles was baptised in 1837 Thomas was a labourer of Boxted.

1841 census: at Hall, Boxted with wife Mary (30) and children William (8), George (7) and Mary (1). Occupation Ag. lab.

Buried aged 40, of Boxted. 
Minter, Thomas (I734)
 
9855 The entry in the Seasalter PR for Effeld's baptism appears to read 'Ephobe', according to Cliff Minter. In the Consistory transcript of the Register it is 'Ephebe'. Minter, Effeld (I217)
 
9856 The Essex Herald of 13 December 1884 reported on the inquest at Colchester on Eliza Farrington who had lived at Winnock's almshouses. Sarah Maria Minter appeared as a witness - her room was opposite Eliza's and, on hearing a knock against Eliza's door, went to investigate. She found Eliza lying on the fire with burns to her face, neck and fingers. The poor woman died the following day 'from exhaustion and shock to the system, brought on by burns'. BROOKER, Sarah Maria (I603)
 
9857 The evidence for assuming that the John who appears in 1841 in Lambeth was the son of Henry Minter of Whitstable is based only on the fact that the ages tally and that in 1841 John gave his birthplace as Margate (in 1851 it was said to be Lambeth). This evidence is somewhat flimsy!

1841 census: in Oakley Place, Lambeth, John (40, dairyman, not born Surrey), Ann (40, not born Surrey), Mary (15), Emma (12), Emelia (sic) (11), Henry (10) and John (9). All the children were born in Surrey.

1851 census: at 44 Oakley Place (crossed out), St Mary Lambeth, John (50, van proprietor, born Margate, Kent), Ann (48, born Wanstead (?), Essex), Mary (25), Emma (23), Amelia (20), Henry (21), John (17) and grandson George WALE (5 months, born Lambeth).
The position of John's daughter Mary is far from clear: she is shown in 1851 as 25, unmarried and also in the house was the infant George WALE. Yet it seems likely that the marriage which took place on 19 Sep 1847 between Mary Ann Minter of Oakley Street, Lambeth, father John Minter, cow keeper, and George WAILS*, refers to John Minter's daughter. It also seems probable that the marriage on 20 Mar 1853 between Mary Ann WELLS, a widow of Cross Street, father John Minter, van proprietor, and Stephen Stevens also refers to John Minter's daughter.
* George "Wails" didn't sign the marriage register, he marked instead. It's possible to imagine that in Lambeth, Wells might have sounded like Wails!

Post Office Directories of 1854, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859 list John Minter, van proprietor of 44 Oakley Street and 189 Railway Arches, Hercules Buildings, Lambeth. The 1861 lisiting is similar but without the Oakley Street address.

1861 census: John, now 63 a widower, carman, lived with his son Henry (qv). 
Minter, John (I39)
 
9858 The evidence for including Mary Ann E as a child of Samuel & Mary Ann is that Free Reg has the baptism on 6 May 1866 of a Mary Marie Minter, father Samuel, shoemaker, mother Mary Ann. "Marie" is probably a mis-transcription of "Ann E". Minter, Mary Ann E (I586)
 
9859 The exact date of Fynn's baptism may not be known, due to the faded writing in the Parish Register. The entry appears to read Fen.... However the IGI has 'Fenn Winter Buckingham' baptised 6 December 1812 at Chediston, father Abraham Minter BUCKINGHAM, mother Esther SONES. BUCKINGHAM, Fynn Minter (I464)
 
9860 The exact date of William's baptism is unknown - the writing in the Parish Register is very faded. BUCKINGHAM, William Minter (I463)
 
9861 The Exeter and Plymouth Gazette 28 November 1857 reported the death of 'Ellen Rosanda' at Shrublands Tor, Torquay, aged 20. Minter, Ellen Rosalinda (I576)
 
9862 The existence of Elizabeth Louise as one of Charles and Elizabeth's children was discovered from a family tree at Ancestry.co.uk 'Our Harrington/Carroll/Bennett/Hollingshead Lines'. The details shown are taken from there except for birth date, which is as shown on the death record at FamilySearch. Minter, Elizabeth Louise (I122)
 
9863 The existence of Emily as a daughter of Matthew and Rebecca is derived from the Hilton Family Tree on Ancestry.co.uk. Minter, Emily (I27)
 
9864 The existence of John's wife is revealed by the 1841 and 1851 censuses. No trace of the marriage has been found, unless it is the one on the IGI which took place on 7 December 1824 at Great Waldingfield. But the name of the female spouse is given as Melicent Andrews.

1841 census: in Babergh Heath, Great Waldingfield, Suffolk, John (50, ag lab) and Amelia (60), both born in county.

1851 census: in Great Waldingfield, Suffolk, John (68, agricultural labourer) and Amelia (74). John's birthplace is given as Great Waldingfield.

1861 census: John, 73, widower, was lodging in Lavenham Road, Great Waldingfield. Birthplace now shown as Assington. 
Minter, John (I26)
 
9865 The existence of Sarah's marriage is known from her sister Susannah's Will. Minter, Sarah (I3)
 
9866 The fact of Albert's death is known from his father's army record but date and place aren't shown. Minter, Albert James (I128)
 
9867 The fact of Mary's marriage is known from the 1897 Deposition A - Case of Henry C. Minter (Pension Application). This was made by Mary's brother Henry to suport his claim to an injury during the Civil War. Minter, Mary Ann (I222)
 
9868 The family bible from which many details of family history are quoted (by Tinch Minter) was given to Mary Ann Aylett "by her Affectionate Father February 1830 J Aylett". AYLETT, Mary Ann (I66)
 
9869 The family details shown here are the best guess based on Parish Registers at SEAX. Samual appears to have moved from Great Horkesley to Boxted between 1752 and 1754, and back to Great Horkesley between 1754 and 1758. PEACHEY, Samuel (I2816)
 
9870 The Family of Fournier's were Merchants from France who were of ancient lineage having direct connections with Papacy Avignon in the 15th century with Pope Benedict XII (r1332-42) formerly Jacques Fournier. (source: http://www.geocities.ws/kevinterry2411/FournierFamilyHistory.htm) FOURNIER, Hugh Sant (I53)
 
9871 The family tree at http://www.kehati.co.il/makower/MINC1.htm gives Alan's second name as Avram.
The same source says he married Scheindl DIAMONT, born 1948, Israel, in August 1967 in Jerusalem, Israel; and that Alan died in 1997 in New York, USA.

The source also suggests that Alan adopted the original family name MINTZ and gives further information:
Leah Mintz: Born: 1976: married 14 Feb 1995 to Aaron Einhorn. Born: 1975 in NewYork, USA; had four children:
Shayndy Einhorn. Born: 1996 (?)
Esty Einhorn. Born: 1999 (?)
Shlomo Einhorn. Born: 2004
Yehoshua Einhorn. Born: 2007

Second wife of Alan Avram Mintz: Chava Wiskey. Born: Israel ?

I haven't verified any of these details. 
Minter, Alan S (I3)
 
9872 The following 1820, 1830 and 1840 census information was assumed to refer to this Jeremiah Minter in the Ray-Compton Family tree at ancestry. The details of children shown in these censuses match pretty well with the list of children assumed by the Ray-Compton tree to belong to Jeremiah and America Minter. I have therefore adopted the Ray-Compton list. There's one anomaly in list: the second child is listed as "Cary Harrison or Thomas J Minter": I'm assuming the correct name was Thomas J.

1820 US Federal Census: in Springfield, Robertson, Tennessee:
Males under 10: 4
Males 10 - 15: 1
Males 45 and over:1
Females under 10: 1
Females 10 - 15: 1
Females 26 - 44: 1

1830 US Federal Census: in Robertson, Tennessee:
Males under 5: 1
Males 5 - 9: 2
Males 10 - 14: 3
Males 15 - 19: 1
Males 20 - 29: 1
Males 50 - 59: 1
Females under 5: 1
Females 15 - 19: 1
Females 20 - 29: 1
Females 40 - 49: 1

1840 US Federal Census: in Robertson, Tennessee:
Males 5 - 9: 1
Males 10 - 14: 1
Males 15 - 19: 1
Males 20 - 29: 2
Males 60 - 69: 1
Females 10 - 14: 1
Females 15 - 19: 1
Females 50 - 59: 1 
Minter, Jeremiah (I2163)
 
9873 The following 1841 census entry probably refers to this Thomas:
In Boxted, Thomas BEARDWELL (75, farmer) and Sarah POLLY (20, female servant). Both born in Essex.

Buried aged 80, of Boxted.
 
BEARDWELL, Thomas (I2957)
 
9874 The following 1851 census entry probably relates to Mary although her father's occupation is not as was shown when Mary married:
at 7 Shoemaker Row, St Ann Blackfriars, Mary N Andrews, 26, born Blackfriars, with her parents William (57, warehouseman) and Elizabeth (59) and William's mother-in-law, Rhoda Fenton (82).

Buried aged 33 of Shoemaker Row, Blackfriars. 
ANDREWS, Mary Negus (I2)
 
9875 The following 1860 United States Federal Census: in Jasper, Georgia is probably for Richard Minter and his (much) older brother William:
William MINTER (45, farmer, born North Carolina) and Richard Minter (23, farmer, born Georgia).

1870 United States Federal Census: not found

1880 United States Federal Census: in District 538, Clayton County, Georgia (all MINTER, all born Georgia): Richard H (44, farmer), Margaret C (35, wife), Robert P (15, son, farmer), John G (13, son, farmer), Thomas W (11, son), Alice E (9, daughter), Henry L (6, son), Nannie E (4, daughter) and James (11 months, son).

Richard died in 1893.

1900 United States Federal Census: in District 0006, Panhandle, Clayton County, Georgia (all MINTER, all born Georgia): Margaret (head, born Jul 1846, 53, widow, 10 children all living, farmer), James R (son, born Jun 1879, 20, farm laborer), Martha J (daughter, born Aug 1882, 17), Mamie R (daughter, born Mar 1885, 15, at school) and Ethel (daughter, born Nov 1887, 12, at school). Also a boarder, Henry FULLERTON (23) and 2 farm hands. 
Minter, Richard Henry (I3245)
 
9876 The following 1861 census entry might refer to this George, although the birthplace of Broughton doesn't tally:
George (16, carter, born Broughton, Lincs) on John Holt's farm in Twigmore, Lincs.

1871 census (indexed as HUMSTON, recorded as HUNSLOW): in Manton, Lincs: George (26, farm labourer, born Messingham), Harriett (26, born Housham, Lincs), William (6, scholar, born Messingham), Charlotte (4, scholar, born Twigmoor, Lincs), Charles (3, scholar, born Twigmoor, Lincs) and Elizabeth (6 months, born Manton).

I haven't found George's death registration but by 1881 his wife was a widow:

1881 census: in Harthill with Woodall, Yorkshire, Harriett (widow, 36, laundress, born Lincoln), William (16, quarry labourer, born Messingham), Elizabeth (11, scholar, born Manton), Mary (7, scholar, born Anston, York), Sarah A (4, born Anston, York) and George H (10 months, born Harthill). Also a lodger, Willie (or Willm) AMMOND (unmarried, 28, general labourer, born Mattersey, Notts) - clearly Harriet's second husband to be.

Harriet remarried in 1882 - see William HARMOND's Notes for later censuses.

 
HUNSLEY, George (I213)
 
9877 The following 1881 census entry probably refers to samule, although there is an age discrepancy:
in the Depwade District Union Workhouse as a pauper inmate, Samuel Minter, unmarried, 67, agricultural labourer, born Long Stratton, Norfolk.

Samuel's death is probably that registered in Q3 1882 at Norwwich, age 69. 
Minter, Samuel (I297)
 
9878 The following 1881 census suggests that John married but a marriage to 'Laura A' hasn't been found. And Laura hasn't been found after 1881 (John died in 1882).

1881 census: at 8 Tower Hamlets Road, Charlton, Dover, John (34, master cordwainer, born Camberwell, Surrey) and Laura A (29, born St Margarets, Dover, Kent). 
SAUNTER, John (I338)
 
9879 The following 1900 census entry probably relates although the names & ages don't quite match with 1920. The entry is difficult to read.
1900 United States Federal Census: in Leaksville, Rockingham, North Carolina (all MINTER), Granville W (head, 35, born --- 1864(?) Virginia, farm laborer), Louie(?) (wife, 33, born --- 1866, Virginia), James W (son, 13, born Jun 1886, Virginia, farm laborer), John S (son, 12, born Oct 1887, Virginia, farm laborer). Dora J (daughter, 9, born Jun 1890, Virginia), Pinkney (son, 6, born Jul 1895, Virginia), Jesse N (son, 5, born North Carolina and Cherny(?) E (daughter, 3, born Jun 1896, North Carolina).

1920 United States Federal Census: in Reidsville, Rockingham, North Carolina (all MINTER), Granville W (head, 56, born Virginia, farmer), Louvinia (wife, 54, born Virginia), Dora (daughter, 23, single, born Virginia, farm labor, home farm), Pink (daughter, 22, single, born North Carolina, farm labor, home farm), Jesse (son, 24, married, born North Carolina, farm labor, home farm), George (son, 18, single, born North Carolina, farm labor, home farm) and Maggie (daughter in law [Jesse's wife], 19, born North Carolina).

Granville must have died betweem 1920 and 1930:
1930 United States Federal Census: in Ruffin, Rockingham, North Carolina (all MINTER), L----a (head, 65, widow, born Virginia, farmer), Pink (daughter, 34, single, born North Carolina, farmer) and George W (son, 29, single, born North Carolina, farmer).. 
Minter, Granville Woody (I4957)
 
9880 The following addresses were supplied by Dominic Moore, April 2008:

1935: 5, Trafalgar Road, Greenwich.
1936-1938: 12, Lewisham Hill, London SW12.
1938-1952 51 Edison Road, Welling, Kent
1952-1962: 103 Tuam Road, Plumstead, London.
1962-1963: 2 Bramcote Court, Mitcham, Surrey.
1963-1965: 27 Denton Road, Welling, Kent.
1965-1972: 10 Elm Close, Alresford, Colchester, Essex.
1972-1975: Dresdnerstrasse, Uberach, Germany.
1975-1985: Kleverstrasse 31a, Duesseldorf, Germany.
1985- : Penryn, Cornwall. 
Minter, Ronald Herbert (I40)
 
9881 The following appear at http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/Items_listing.asp?S=1&F=1&O=0&T=I&C=178:
1. MINTER JAMES ERNEST : Service Number - N156964 : Date of birth - 02 Jun 1924 : Place of birth - WALLSEND NSW : Place of enlistment - BRANXTON NSW : Next of Kin - MINTER SARAH
2. MINTER James Ernest (Private) : Service Number - N156964 : Unit - 14th Australian Camp Hospital (Staff), Australian Military Forces : Date of Court Martial - 26 July 1944.
3. MINTER James Ernest (Private) : Service Number - N156964 : Unit - 14th Australian General Hospital, Australian Military Forces : Date of Court Martial - 11 October 1945.
4. MINTER James Ernest (Private) : Service Number - N156964 : Unit - General Details Depot, Australian Military Forces : Date of Court Martial - 26 March 1946.

Records relating to James's WW2 service can be found at the National Archives of Australia.

Australian Electoral Roll 1949 for Heaton, Shortland, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
Charles Robert Minter, senior, New Tunnel, Wallsend, labourer
Hannah Minter, home duties
George Minter, labourer
Elsie May Minter, home duties
James Ernest Minter, labourer [wife not listed].

Australian Electoral Roll 1954 for Wallsend, Shortland, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
Charles Robert Minter, senior, labourer
Hannah Minter, home duties
George Minter, labourer
James Ernest Minter, labourer [wife not listed].

The following appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald on 10 August 1951 (citation http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18214946):

Mine Shaft Inquest Story Of Shots

NEWCASTLE, Thursday.-A witness in the Jesmond mine shaft inquest said to-day that he had seen Michael Joseph Maher put a rifle to a shoulder and had heard two shots.
He said that this followed an argument he overhead between Michael Maher and his brother, Ernest ("Slack") Maher.
The police have charged Michael Joseph Maher, 50, with the murder of Ernest Maher, his brother.
The witness, James Ernest Minter, of Jesmond, gave this evidence when Mr. T. H. D. See, S.M., opened the second day of the inquest into the death of Ernest Maher at Jesmond on July 11.
Police had found the body of Ernest Maher in a disused mine shaft with a bullet wound in the back of the head.
"ARGUMENT"
Minter, who said he did not work because of illness, told the Coroner that he was a good mate of "Slack" Maher. He said that he and "Slack" had often gone together to the local two-up game.
Minter said that on July 11 he was on his way to the game.
"Near Jesmond Park I heard 'Slack's voice," he said. "1 crossed a canal and stood on the bank of a cutting where I saw 'Slack' Maher and his brother, Mick.
"I heard their voices raised in argument. Michael Maher said, 'I have a case coming up in Sydney and I want some money for it. It is over a boy I have there.'
"'Slack' replied, 'I gave you money before and you refused to pay me back, I won't give you any money.'
"RIFLE TO SHOULDER"
"Mick said, 'I want money urgently and I don't care how I get it.'
"I saw Michael Maher put a .22 rifle to his shoulder. I saw 'Slack' walk away down the track.
"I turned and heard one shot. I glanced back, turned again and heard a second shot.
"I glanced back again and saw Michael Maher walk away. 'Slack' had disappeared.
"I then went to a two-up school, but didn't tell anyone what I had seen. I assisted in the search for Maher on Thursday night and Friday after the shooting.
"During the search Maher said to me, 'Did you see anything of 'Slack' yesterday.' I said, 'No, but I heard his voice raised and I heard two gunshots afterwards."
Minter added that he had been present when Maher's body was recovered from the mineshaft.
"KEEP QUIET"
On Friday night, he said, Maher went to his place and they went into a bedroom by themselves.
Maher told him: "Keep your mouth shut. Keep quiet. Don't say anything. We will be under police protection and we will be watched everywhere we go."
Minter said that on July 24 he had first told police the story of what he had seen.
Questioned by Sergeant Goode, assisting the Coroner, he said, "1 did not say anything before because I was frightened of Michael Maher."
Sergeant Goode: Why did you change your mind?
Minter: I was worried, my conscience was playing up, and I wanted to tell the truth. I couldn't sleep at nights.
Questioned by Maher's counsel, the Public Defender, Mr. F. Vizzard, Minter said: "I sometimes borrowed money from 'Slack' Maher. He had also lent my mother money, but not often."
The inquest was adjourned until Monday.

Australian Electoral Roll 1958 for Wallsend, Hunter, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
Charles Robert Minter, senior, labourer
Hannah Minter, home duties
James Ernest Minter, labourer [wife not listed].

Australian Electoral Roll 1963 for Wallsend, Hunter, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
Hannah Minter, home duties
James Ernest Minter, labourer [wife not listed].

Australian Electoral Roll 1968 for Wallsend, Hunter, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
Hannah Minter, home duties
James Ernest Minter, labourer [wife not listed].

Australian Electoral Roll 1980 for Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW contains, at 1/87 Parkway Avenue, Merwthr:
James Ernest Minter, labourer [wife not listed].

James, his wife and sons appear in the Genes Reunited tree of Kirrily Cant, September 2009. 
Minter, James Ernest (I3313)
 
9882 The following appear at New South Wales, Australia, Police Gazettes, 1854-1930 at Ancestry:
New South Wales Police Gazette, 17 Feb 1904
Waratah - A warrant has been issued by the Waratah Bench for the arrest of Charles Robert Minter, charged with unlawfully deserting his wife, Hannah Minter, North Waratah, since the 10th December last, leaving her without means of support. He is 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, medium build, fair complexion, small ginger moustache, woman tattooed on back of left wrist, "Forget-me-Not" wreath, "Annie" in centre on right forearm; on left forearm "I love A.C." in black ink; dressed in dark tweed suit and light felt soft hat with strap for band; a cane chair repairer.
New South Wales Police Gazette, 16 Mar 1904
Charles Robert Minter, charged on warrant with wife desertion, has been arrested by Constable Turner, Singleton Police. Remanded to Waratah, and ordered to pay the sum of 17s 6d per week towards the support of his wife, and to find sureties in the sum of £20, in default to be imprisoned for a period not exceeding twelve months. Surety not forthcoming. Imprisoned.

Australian Electoral Roll 1930 for Wallsend, Hunter, NSW contains:
Charles Robert Minter, Newcastle Road, Wallsend, labourer
Hannah Minter, Newcastle Road, Wallsend, home duties.

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

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

Australian Electoral Roll 1949 for Heaton, Shortland, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
Charles Robert Minter, senior, labourer
Hannah Minter, home duties
[son] George Minter, labourer
Elsie May Minter, home duties [George's wife]
[son] James Ernest Minter, labourer
[daughter] Margaret Jean Minter, packer.

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

Australian Electoral Roll 1958 for Wallsend, Hunter, NSW contains, at New Tunnel, Wallsend:
Charles Robert Minter, senior, labourer
Hannah Minter, home duties
[son] James Ernest Minter, labourer. 
Minter, Charles Robert (I1686)
 
9883 The following appear in the National Archives of Australia:
1. MINTER WILLIAM THOMAS : Service Number - NX200349 : Date of birth - 10 Jun 1914 : Place of birth - JESMOND : Place of enlistment - PADDINGTON NSW : Next of Kin - MINTER ELSIE. Private, Australian Army Services Corps.
2. MINTER William Thomas (Private) : Service Number - NX200349 : Unit - 1st Army Service Corps Training Battalion, Australian Military Forces : Date of Court Martial - 23 January 1946.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1936 for Cessnock, Hunter, NSW includes at John Street, Cessnock:
William Thomas Minter, butcher.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1937 for Cessnock, Hunter, NSW includes at Lambert Street::
William Thomas Minter, butcher
Elsie Minter, home duties.
For some reason, Elsie appears by herself on a different 1937 page, with the same details.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1943 for Weston, Hunter, NSW includes at Aberdare Street::
William Thomas Minter, butcher
Elsie Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1949 for Kempsey, Lyne, NSW includes at Glenrock::
William Thomas Minter, slaughterman
Elsie Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1954 for Kempsey, Lyne, NSW includes at Pacific Highway, Frederickton::
William Thomas Minter, slaughterman
Elsie Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1958 for Kempsey, Lyne, NSW includes at Pacific Highway, Frederickton::
William Thomas Minter sen., slaughterman
Elsie Minter, home duties
William Thomas Minter junior, labourer.
A second 1958 listing for Inverell, Banks includes all three, at Yetman Road.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1963 for Toowoomba West, Darling Downs, Queensland includes at 19 Wilfred Street:
William Thomas Minter, slaughterman
Elsie Minter, home duties. 
Minter, William Thomas (I3341)
 
9884 The following appear to refer to this person although the middle initial shown in 1910 was 'B' rather than 'D'.

1910 US Federal Census: in Cooper, Sangamon County, Illinois (all HUNSLEY), James B (head, 26, married 2 years, Born Illinois, mother born Missouri, farmer), Bertha M (22, married 2 years, 1 child, living, born illinois) and Helen L (daughter, 4 months, born Illinois).

Ancestry has James's U.S., World War I Draft Registration Card, 1917-1918.

1920 US census: not found.

1930 US Federal Census: in Taylorville, Christian County, Illinois (all HUNSLEY), James (head, 46, married at 23, born Illinois, mother born Illinois (sic), garage mechanic), Bertha (42, married at 19, born illinois) and Helen L (daughter, 20, born Illinois). Also a roomer, Louis REIMONT (17).

1940 US Federal Census: in Taylorville, Christian County, Illinois (both HUNSLEY), James D (head, 56, born Illinois, mother born Illinois (sic), garage auto mechanic) and Bertha (52, born illinois).

Ancestry has James's U.S., World War II Draft Registration Card, 1942. 
HUNSLEY, James Delmar (I906)
 
9885 The following appeared in the Mason City Globe Gazette, 30 Sep 1995.
Lee E. Hunsley, 82, died Thursday (Sept. 28, 1995) at his home.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Evangelical
Free Church with the Rev. Bill Culbertson and the Rev. Doug Schoonover
officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery.

Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the Ewing
Funeral Chapel, and will continue one hour prior to services
at the church.

Lee E. Hunsley was born Dec. 13, 1913, in Britt.

Survivors include his wife, Charlotte Hunsley; two sons, Mark Hunsley
of Minneapolis, Minn., and Doug Hunsley of Tyler, Texas; and six
grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and five
sisters. 
HUNSLEY, Lee E (I31)
 
9886 The following appeared in the Portsmouth New Group on 16 Jan 2009 (distributed in Portsmouth) (on-line):

MINTER Gladys May Passed away peacefully on January 6, 2009, aged 96 years, at Ranvilles Nursing Home. Formerly of Emsworth. Widow of Ron, late of the Bonmarche, Eastney. A cherished mother, who will be greatly missed by her daughter Sally.
All are welcome to the funeral on January 27, at 9.30 a.m. at Milton Cemetery Chapel, followed by family interment.
 
WILLIAMS, Gladys May (I877)
 
9887 The following appeared in The Queenslander on 22 February 1873 under 'Persons advertised for':
If this should meet the eye of JOHN THOMPSON, or WILLIAM COOPER, or MICHAEL MORIARTY, who arrived in Brisbane of the Ship Southern Ocean, in the year 1866 or 1867, they are earnestly requested to write home, or send their address to Thomas Minter at Morayfield, Caboolture.
There is no doubt that this advertisement was placed by Thomas - Caboolture was where he was living when he married in 1872. The advert might suggest that the three men mentioned were on the same ship as Thomas when he came to Australia.

September 2008: Julie Furey provided the following.
"...one of my great aunts is still alive who is Charlotte Minter's daughter Joyce.
Charlotte had Auntie Joyce in her early 40's and she is aged 91 now.
I rang her and she gave me some information on the Minter children but the part i must tell you is that Thomas used to disappear for weeks on end then turn up and then disappear again and Elizabeth Jane would have another baby. After she had Ivy Minter she threw Thomas out of the house and know one saw or heard from him again!!"
Later: "Auntie Joyce said that Elizabeth Jane Phillips became a Midwife so she could support the children."
"My Auntie said that Thomas worked as a malais distiller at the sugar cane fields in northern Queensland. He also worked on boats at times."

No trace of Thomas's death has been found.

April 2009: Chris Horgan confirms what Julie said: no trace of Thomas Minter has been found after 1893 (when his last child was born).
Chris's website (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hanhorg) contains a lot of information about Thomas and Elizabeth Jane's children.

July 2009: Chris Horgan again: Thomas Minter was reported to have died during 1900 in Western Australia. This source came to me from a Margaret Wigney who is researching her fathers side (Wilson) and who had married one of the Thomas Minters daughters Susan Jane Minter. Source taken from the marriage certificate of Susan Jane. This is understandable as Thomas Minter worked on the water front and worked on ships, which explains his long absences from home and his wife (Elizabeth Jane Phillips) kicking him out after 1893 when Ivy Cecilia their last child was born. 
Minter, Thomas (I313)
 
9888 The following appeared in the Rockhampton Morning Bulletin on 7 February 1951:
«b»MINTER«/b».-Cherished memories of our dear little Playmate, Jeanette, who went to live with Jesus 7th February, 1950, aged 7 years 11 months.
If we could give the world for Jeanette.
We'd give it, yes, and more;
Just to see her happy face
Come smiling through the door.
(Inserted by her sorrowing Playmates Lenice and Nella Turner).
 
Minter, Jeannette Ann (I853)
 
9889 The following appeared in The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (1884-1942), 13 June 1936, Page 6:
Honeymoon Suite Booked Year Before Marriage
London, May 26
Mr Sydney Boden, of Glasgow, secretly booked two berths in the Queen Mary a year ago. Yesterday he was married at Caxton Hall Register Office to Miss Phyllis Jackman, of Battersea. Tomorrow they will sail in the new liner on a honeymoon-business trip.
Mr Boden is a member of the firm of Rowan and Boden, biggest subcontractors to the Queen Mary. Nobody knew he had booked the berths in her. Nobody even knew he was going to be married.
He announced his engagement on Christmas Day, six months after he had booked the honeymoon suite.
At least a score of other honeymooners will be aboard with Mr and Mrs Boden.
 
BODEN, Sydney (I1427)
 
9890 The following appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald on 26 February 1929 (citation http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16534290). It's unclear whether it refers to Augustus Charles.
COUNTRY NEWS.
FIRE AT BARMEDMAN.
BARMEDMAN. Monday
A substantial weatherboard house, owned by Mr. John Lawrence, situated in Robertson-street, and occupied by Mr. John Sheldon, was destroyed by fire late on Saturday night. An adjoining house, occupied by Mr. A. C. Minter was saved with difficulty by a bucket brigade The house and furniture were Insured.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1930 for Barmedan, Riverina, NSW includes at Barmedan:
Augustus Charles Minter, butcher
Henrietta Emily Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1936 for Barmedan, Riverina, NSW includes at Barmedan:
Augustus Charles Minter, butcher
Henrietta Emily Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1937 for Barmedan, Riverina, NSW includes at Barmedan:
Augustus Charles Minter, butcher
Henrietta Emily Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1943 for Barmedan, Riverina, NSW includes at Robertson Street:
Augustus Charles Minter, butcher
Henrietta Emily Minter, home duties
Mervyn Teetgen Minter, butcher.

Augustus died in 1944.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1949 for Yass, Hume, NSW includes at Glenalla, Pudman Road:
Henrietta Emily Minter, home duties
Mervyn Teetgen Minter, butcher. 
Minter, Augustus Charles (I3872)
 
9891 The following appeared in The Times (London, England), Thursday, Apr 30, 1840; pg. 3; Issue 17345 (at Gale NewsVault, September 2012). It seems likely to refer to this Edmund Minter, although there is no corresponding death index entry. Edmund's brother John Thomas was certainly on steamboats although no reference to his being on the 'Harlequin' has been found.
CORONER'S INQUEST
Last evening an inquest was held before Mr Payne at the King's Head, Tower, on the body of Edmund Minter, aged 13, who was found drowned off the Tower on Moday evening last.
It appeared from the testimony of several witnesses that the deceased came on board the Harlequin steamer, lying off the Custom-house, on Easter Monday last, for the purpose of seeing his brother, a sailor on board that vessel. He was in the habit of rowing himself in a small boat to and from the steamer. About 2 o'clock he accompanied his brother on board a Gravesend boat, and then returned by himself to the Harlequin, where he was last seen alive by one of the crew at 3 o'clock. He was then standing on the deck and looking over the side of the vessel. No evidence was given as to how the deceased got into the water, but the conjecture was that the vessel suddenly lurched, in consequence of the heavy swell occasioned by the number of steamers running on that day to Gravesend, and threw the deceased overboard. The body was found on Monday by a Custom-house officer named Clarke, near the Hamburgh tier of shipping moored off the Tower. - Verdict "Found drowned".


 
Minter, Edmund (I3054)
 
9892 The following appeared in the West Coast Times of Hokitika, New Zealand on 20 October 1868:
MARTHA LAMMAS, daughter of Mrs Brock, of Bridge-street, Sandhurse, is requested to communicate with her Mother immediately.

On 23 October 1868 the following appeared in the West Coast Times:
Any Hotelkeeper knowing the address of MARTHA LAMMAS, formerly a barmaid at Hokitika, will oblige by communicating with Mr Fowler, WEST COAST TIMES Office.

Further information about Martha appears in her sister Emma's Notes. 
LAMMAS, Martha (I1467)
 
9893 The following appears at http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/Items_listing.asp?S=1&F=1&O=0&T=I&C=178:
MINTER BERTIE : Service Number - 68013 : Date of birth - 11 Dec 1907 : Place of birth - NEW LAMBTON NSW : Place of enlistment - SYDNEY : Next of Kin - MINTER JOAN

Records relating to Bertie's WW2 service in the RAAF between 22 Jul 1942 and 22 March 1946 can be found at the National Archives of Australia.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1930 for Adamstown, Newcastle, NSW includes at Musgrave Street, New Lambton:
Bert Minter, shop assistant
Edith May (sic) Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1936 for Lambton, Newcastle, NSW includes at 45 Hobart Road, New Lambton:
Bert Minter, shop assistant.
Wife Edith May (sic) was at Musgarve Street, Ne Lambton, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1943 for Lambton, Newcastle, NSW includes at 51 Hobart Road, New Lambton:
Bert Minter, salesman.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1949 for Lambton, Shortland, NSW includes at 51 Hobart Road, New Lambton:
Bert Minter, salesman
Joyce * Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Rolls, 1954, 1958 for Lambton, Shortland, NSW include at 51 Hobart Road, New Lambton:
Bert Minter, salesman
Joyce * Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Rolls, 1963 for Lambton, Shortland, NSW includes at 51 Hobart Road, New Lambton:
Bert Minter, salesman
Joyce * Minter, home duties
Barry George Minter, asst. purchasing officer.

Australian Electoral Rolls, 1980 for Lambton, Newcastle, NSW includes at 51 Hobart Road, New Lambton:
Bert Minter, salesman
Joyce * Minter, home duties.

* Bert's wife's name appears consistently as Joyce but the NSW marriage index has Joan. In the 1943 Electoral Roll there was a Joyce Minter at 3 Hitchcock Avenue, New Lambton, home duties. I have changed 'Joan' to 'Joyce'. 
Minter, Bertie (I1612)
 
9894 The following appears at http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/Items_listing.asp?S=1&F=1&O=0&T=I&C=178:
MINTER EDWARD : Service Number - N157052 : Date of birth - 18 Jan 1917 : Place of birth - MACKSVILLE NSW : Place of enlistment - KURRI KURRI NSW : Next of Kin - MINTER GLADYS

The 1943 Electoral Roll for Kurri Kurri, Hunter, NSW has at Deakin Street:
Minter, Edward, labourer
Minter, Gladys Audrey, home duties.
Gladys Audrey Minter of Kearsley, home duties also appears in the 1943 Roll for Cessnock, Hunter.

The 1949 Electoral Roll for Weston, Hunter, NSW has at 41 Cessnock Road:
Minter, Edward, taxi driver
Minter, Gladys Audrey, home duties.

The 1954 & 1958 Electoral Rolls for Weston, Hunter, NSW have at 41 Cessnock Road:
Minter, Edward, taxi driver
Minter, Gladys Audrey, home duties.

The 1963 & 1968 Electoral Rolls for Weston, Hunter, NSW have at 41 Cessnock Road:
Minter, Edward, taxi driver
Minter, Gladys Audrey, home duties
Nola Irene Minter, home duties.

Edward died in 1970:
The 1980 Electoral Roll for Weston, Hunter, NSW has at 41 Cessnock Road:
Minter, Gladys Audrey, home duties.

Obituary.com.au indicates other children "widow of the late EDWARD MINTER, loved mother to TED, DAPHNE (dec'd), NOLA (dec'd) and GEORGE".



 
Minter, Edward Mark (I3342)
 
9895 The following appears at http://www.devonheritage.org and refers to Amy's son:

Civilian Fire Watcher. Robert Edward Goodman of 2 Arundel Terrace, Oreston. Son of Amy Munroe Minter (formerly Goodman). Born in Devizes in the September Quarter of 1920. Injured 13 January 1941 at 2 Arundel Terrace, Oreston; died the same day at the Plymstock First Aid Post aged 20.

From England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 at Ancestry.com:
Minter Amy Munroe of 22 Oreston Road Oreston Devonshire widow died 6 December 1951 at The South Devon and East Cornwall Hospital Freedom Fields Plymouth Probate London 5 January 1952 to Jack Stanbury Yea solicitor and Gladys Margaret Harvet spinster. Effects £2887 8s 5d. 
GOODMAN, Amy Monroe (I3057)
 
9896 The following appears at www.heavenaddress.com:
KILLICK, Mavis Rose ~ Suddenly on Wednesday the 11th of February 2015; aged 57 Years. Late of Matamata. Much loved daughter of the late Henry and Mavis Killick. Loved sister of Bob and the late Jenny, John and Shirley and Ray and Barbara. Missed aunt and great aunt to all her niece and nephews.

"The goings been very tough, now you can rest". 
KILLICK, Mavis Rose (I5352)
 
9897 The following appears in The monumental inscriptions, in the parish of Saint Matthew, Ipswich, Suffolk, 1884 (on-line at /www.archive.org), January 2011

Sarah

the beloved wife of

Matthew Minter,

who calmly resigned

her breath to him who

gave it, April 8^? 1846 :

in the 49*? year

of her age.

The languisliing* head is at rest :
It's thinkings and achings are o'er :
The quiet immoveable breast
Is heaved by affliction no more.

* The above is exactly as it appears on the website - should say 'languishing'.

 
LISTER, Sarah (I199)
 
9898 The following appears in the National Archive of Australia:
MINTER ROBERT LESLIE : Service Number - V220002 : Date of birth - 27 Feb 1922 : Place of birth - MILDURA VIC : Place of enlistment - MILDURA VIC : Next of Kin - MINTER LORNA [WW2]. Driver, 3 Australian Base Postal Unit.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1949 for Mildura, Mallee includes at Morpung Avenue & Cureton Avenue, Mildura:
Robert Leslie Minter, horticulturist
Lorna Allison Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1954 for Mildura, Mallee includes at Morpung Avenue & Cureton Avenue, Mildura:
Robert Leslie Minter, horticulturist
Lorna Allison Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1963 for Red Cliffs, Mallee includes at Morpung Avenue & Cureton Avenue, Mildura:
Robert Leslie Minter, horticulturist
Lorna Allison Minter, home duties.

For Electoral Roll entries for Lorna after 1968, see her Notes.

Australian Electoral Roll, 1980 for Berrigan, Farrer, NSW includes at Durlock, Jerilderie:
Robert Leslie Minter, -
[Second wife] Doreen Ruth Minter, home duties. 
Minter, Robert Leslie (I289)
 
9899 The following appears in the St Michael, Thorpe-le-Soken parish register:
"10 September 1769 - Elizabeth Daughter of Henry & Martha GARNHAM was born on November 1«sup»st«/sup», 1764 & baptized about a fortnight after, as her father declared to me Samuel Lewis, Curate of this Parish, this tenth day of September 1769. As witness my hand [signed] Samuel Lewis." 
GARNHAM, Elizabeth (I776)
 
9900 The following appears on Andrews Newspaper Index Cards 1790 - 1976 at Ancestry.co.uk, August 2011, following details of Henry's marriage:
'Son of Henry Minter a baker & grocer & Sarah Harrison Minter nee Wellard. Born 4.3.1862 at The Bay Herne. Regd. by mother, same address'.

1891 census: at 6 The Grove, Herne, Kent, Henry H (29, zinc, iron & tinplate worker), Phoebe (26) and female child not yet named [presumably Mabel Janet] (1 month). Son Harrison Wellard was in Chislet with his grandmother Ann HOLLOWAY (55). Also there was Ann's daughter Fanny (37, single).

Appeared in Kelly's Directory for Kent, 1895 as Henry Harrison Minter, 9 The Avenue, Herne Bay.

Appeared in Pike's Blue Book for Canterbury & District, Herne Bay & Whitstable 1897 - 98 as H H Minter, 9 The Avenue, Cavendish Road, Herne Bay.

Appeared in Kelly's Directory for Kent, 1899 as H H Minter, 9 The Avenue, Herne Bay.

1901 census: at 9 The Avenue, Herne Bay, Henry H (39, bicycle fitter), Phoebe (36), Harrison W (13, scholar), Mabel J (10, scholar), Philip (8, scholar) and Ronald (4, scholar).

Appears in Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1907 as Henry H Minter, 3 Kingsbury Villas, Kings Road, Herne Bay.

1911 census: at 5 Eversley Villas, Herne Bay, Kent (7 rooms), Henry Harrison (head, 49, married, motor cycle & general machine repairer, worker, born Herne Bay, Kent), Phoebe (wife, 46, married 25 years, 4 children all living, born Chislet, Kent), Harrison Wellard (son, 23, single, motor cycle & general machine repairer, worker, born Herne Bay, Kent), Mabel Janet (daughter, 20, single, born Herne Bay, Kent), Philip (son, 18, single, clerk (estate office), born Herne Bay, Kent) and Ronald (son, 14, single, born Herne Bay, Kent).
Form signed Henry Harrison Minter.

1939 Register: at 35 South Road, Herne Bay U.D., Kent
Minter, Henry H born 4 Mar 1862, married, engine, cycle & machine repairs retired
Minter, Phoebe born 17 Mar 1865, married, unpaid domestic duties 
Minter, Henry Harrison (I1403)
 

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