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9851 William WENDLOCK of Boxted & Mary Minter otp spinster, by banns. Both marked. Witnesses James Blyth, Ann Wendlock. Family F98
 
9852 William Wheway, bachelor of this parish and Susannah Farndon, widow of this parish, by banns. William signed, Susannah marked. Witnesses J P Sidwell, Ann Sidwell. Family F1146
 
9853 William Wheway, full age, bachelor labourer of Bond End, father William Wheway, stockinweaver. Ann Keen, full age, spinster of Bond End, father William Keen, stockingweaver. Both marked. Witnesses Joseph C Carter(?), Jane Bates(?). Family F1151
 
9854 William Wilby of this parish bachelor and Hannah Munson of this parish spinster, by banns. Both marked. Witnesses John Neverd & Elizabeth Neverd both marked. Family F1066
 
9855 William's baptism at Fritton on 24 January 1807 has been confirmed by Vivien Teasdale. The IGI shows a second entry for a William son of William Minter and Meditation Brown, on 24 Jan 1808 at St Srephen (sic, presumably Stephen), Norwich, Norfolk: it's not clear what this means.

1841 census: at Lower Stoke, Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk, William (30, mustard maker journeyman), Elizabeth (25), Sarah (4) and Elizabeth (11 weeks).

1851 census: at Upper Stoke, Humbleyard & Henstead, Norfolk, William (42), wagoner to mustard starch and flour manufactory, Elizabeth (35), Sarah (14), Elizabeth (10), Mary Ann (7) and William (5).

1861 census: in Stoke Holy Cross, William (53), carman, Elizabeth (45), Sarah (24) and William (15). Daughter Mary Ann (18) was in service as a nurse maid at 22 The Walk, Market Place, St Peter Mancroft, Norwich. Daughter Elizabeth (20) was a housemaid in Golden Dog Lane, St Saviour, Norwich.

1871 census: a record for Elisabeth WINTER (57), nurse, widow, in Palace Street, Norwich probably refers to Elizabeth (William had died in 1868).

1881 census: Elizabeth (65), still a nurse, was living in Cambridge Street, Norwich with John and Rachel BELLAMY and their two children.

1891 census: Elizabeth (76), now retired from nursing, was living at 47 Esdelle Street, Norwich with her grandson William (23, carpenter) and his wife Rosa (19), born Wreningham). 
Minter, William (I109)
 
9856 William's baptism hasn't been found. His existence in inferred from the burial in Kirton on 11 Feb 1829 of William son of Richard Hunsley, aged 23. HUNSLEY, William (I1355)
 
9857 William's birth certificate gives his mother's name as Hannah Eliza HALL formerly EDWARDS and his father's occupation as Journeyman Cabinet Maker.

1891 census: at 60 Gifford Street, St Leonard Shoreditch, London (all HALL), William G (35, cabinet maker, born Shoreditch), Ellen S (32, born Colchester), Harry F (8, born Shoreditch), Louisa E (6, born Enfield, Middlesex) and Ellen J (?, born Shoreditch). At the same address were Ellen's parents.

1901 census: at 60 Gifford Street, St Leonard Shoreditch, London (all HALL), William G (45, shop fitter, born Shoreditch), Ellen (42, born Colchester), Louisa (16, milliner, born Enfield, Middlesex), Nellie (11, born Shoreditch), Julia (8, born Shoreditch) and Jenny (5, born Shoreditch). Son Harry, 18, had enlisted in the Queen's Bays Cavalry at age 15 to fight in the Boer Wars and was in South Africa.

1911 census: at 53 De Beauvoir Road, Kingsland, London N (4 rooms) (all HALL), William (55, cabinet maker, born St Leonard's Shoreditch), Ellen (50, married 29 years, 5 children all living, born Colchester), Harry (28, single, ex soldier, born St Leonard's Shoreditch), Louie (26, single, milliner childrens, born Enfield, Middlesex), Nellie (21, single, dressmaker, born St Leonard's Shoreditch), Ida (19, single, ladies milliner, born St Leonard's Shoreditch) and Jinny (16, single, pen maker, born St Leonard's Shoreditch).

Janet Webb writes, September 2013: William's four daughters never married and lived in various places until the last one, Ida, came to Leamington to live with my parents before going into a Care Home where she died in the 1970s [actually 1987]. 
HALL, William George (I6)
 
9858 William's birth date is taken from a record on the IGI which says 'About 1643 of Eye, Suffolk'. There is however a second IGI record on which the year is 1637.

The following research came in an email from Dick Moore in April 2015:
" [The following] throws a little more light on William Minter dying in 1690 (wish I could find his burial).
Chancery Proceedings C6/265/43 details a Complaint by Willm & John E(a)stoll against Willm & Elizabeth Minter for want of a Release to a Bond which Willm Eastoll signed because he'd put Elizabeth in the family way and refused to do the decent thing.
There is the actual complaint and two answers in the bundle one of which is from Elizabeth Minter who states in the text that
"neither is she Executrix or Adminstratrix to her said Father or Mother whom are lately both dead".
The Complaint is dated 12th February 1689/90 and Elizabeth's Answer dated January 1690/91.
The illegitimate child is recorded in Hoxne Parish Records
being baptised 17th April 1688 as ABIGAIL ESTOW MINTER dau
of MARY MINTER and WM ESTOW. (On this basis Mary should read Elizabeth). Anyway Abigail seems to have been buried also in Hoxne Parish 5th February 1701/2 as ABIGAIL MINTER.
Elizabeth as Elizabeth Ward (don't know when they married)
is buried in Eye (from Hoxne) 3 July 1698 (Parish Record)
3rd June 1698 (Ancestry)." 
Minter, William (I415)
 
9859 William's birth seems to have been registered twice, in 1859 and then in 1860. The enhanced GRO index shows mother's maiden name MALLOWS both times.

1891 census: at 52 Wingfield Road, St Clement, Norwich, William (30, tailor), Esther (28), Esther Maria (8, scholar), Nellie (6, scholar), Blanch (3, scholar) and William Henry (1 month)

1901 census: at 83 Freemantle Road, West Ham, London, William (40, tailor's cutter), Esther (37), Esther (18, mantle maker), Nellie (16, mantle maker), Blanche (13), William (10), Charlie (8), Sidney (6), Ethel (5) and Bertie (4).

1911 census: at 12 Birchdale Road, Forest Gate, Essex (6 rooms), William (head, 50, married, tailor, worker, born Norwich, Norfolk), Esther (wife, 48, married 29 years, 8 children all living, born Walworth, London), Nellie (daughter, 25, single, tailoress, worker, born Norwich, Norfolk), Blanche (daughter, 23, single, tailoress, worker, born Norwich, Norfolk), William (son, 20, drapers assistance, worker, born Norwich, Norfolk), Sidney (son, 17, single, tailor's clerk, worker, born Norwich, Norfolk), Ethel (daughter, 15, born Norwich, Norfolk) and Bertie (son, 14, school, born Norwich, Norfolk).
Form signed William Minter.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
MINTER William of 12 Birchdale-road Forest Gate Essex died 17 August 1923 at Brentwood, Essex Probate London 18 September 1923 to Nellie Minter spinster. Effects £252 10s. 
Minter, William (I527)
 
9860 William's death certificate gives: born 16 Feb 1902, Dover, Kent, retired electrical fitter (Electricity Board), 10 Hamilton Road, Dover, causes of death carcinomatosis and carcinoma bronchus, informant William Norman Pittock, son, 30 Cherry Tree Avenue, Dover PITTOCK, William George (I1996)
 
9861 William's name (and Julia Jeanne Minter's) appear on a list at http://jerseyheritagetrust.jeron.je
of people wising to return to Jersey after the Occupation of WW2. It hasn't been possible to pursue this as no Jersey records appear to be online as at Jan 2011.

There may be a connection with David D T Minter (1964) and Rachel Maria Minter (1967) , whose mother's maiden name was MALZARD, a name known in Jersey.

August 2011: Monica Tyler, a member of this family, writes:
William Henry (id 148) enlisted in the rifle brigade 04 08 1914, service number 5575. I have his medals and some paperwork, no birth or marriage certificates though. I feel sure that he and Percy (id149) service number 5574 must have joined up together, also believe that "Corey" was a nick name for Percy as "Nerry" was for William Henry. He married Julia (of French decent I believe) in about 1925, and lived on Jersey most of the rest of his life, apart from the 2nd war world years. No children. He died approx 1978. 
Minter, William Henry Foreman (I48)
 
9862 William's name was transcribed as RYLE. Family F775
 
9863 William, farmer, was the Churchwarden of Thelveton Church, 1777 - 1794. Richard was his second son.
From the National Archives, March 2012 - probably refers to this William Minter:
Lease FB 128/L1/2 6 December 1765
Contents:
Edward Frere of Thwaite, Esq., Sheppard Frere of Bacton, Esq., Samuel Newstead of Oakley, farmer, and Thomas Newstead, his son, Robert Jacob of Woodbridge, Thomas Dade of Sturston, farmer and «b»William Minter of Thelveton, Norfolk, farmer«/b», feoffees, to Nathaniel Corbold of Yaxley, farmer; croft in Yaxley containing by estimation one acre adjoining the Guildhall; close called Turners and Reads in Yaxley containing by estimation one acre three roods; meadow called Town Meadow in Little Thornham containing by estimation one acre one rood; close in Thrandeston containing by estimation seven acres; close called Earlisford Close in Mellis containing by estimation four and a half acres; also meadow at south end of aforesaid close containing by estimation one and a half acres; meadow called Cock Meadow in Yaxley containing by estimation one acre and one rood; also two messuages or tenements, one in Mellis and the other in Yaxley for 21 years.

Lease and release FB 128/L1/3 20 & 21 July 1777
Contents:
Sheppard Frere of Roydon, Norfolk, Esq., Robert Jacob of Woodbridge, shopkeeper, and «b»William Minter«/b», hereto of Yaxley and now of Thelverton, Norfolk, farmer, surviving feoffees to John Frere of Bedford Row, Middlesex, Esq., Thomas Mott (late called Thomas Vertue) of Palgrave, Esq., Robert John Buxton of Rushford, Norfolk, Esq., Leonard Moss of the City of London, Esq., The Rev. Seymour Leeke of Yaxley, the Rev. John Gibbs of Occold, Daniel Thrip of Yaxley, gent., William Thrip of same place, singleman, his son, Thomas Fulcher of same place, farmer, Gilbert Cock of same place, farmer, Thomas Dade of Thetford, Norfolk, merchant, Charles Simpson of Diss, Norfolk, beerbrewer, William Woolley Simpson of Wortham, gent., John Manning of Eye, gent., Thomas Bloss of Alburgh, Norfolk, gent., John Rose of Eye, surgeon, and Philip Meadows of Diss, gent; messuage or tenement formerly Margaret Leonard's with croft adjoining containing by estimation one acre, called the Guild Hall, in Yaxley; also close of pasture ground, formerly built, called Turners and Reads in Yaxley between the said messuage and croft; also a meadow called Town Meadow in Little Thornham; also close called Town Meadow in Thrandeston; also close called Erlisford Close containing by estimation 4½ acres in Mellis with meadow at south end; also meadow called Cock Meadow in Yaxley; also piece of land in Yaxley between lands of Priory of Hoxne on both parts, containing by estimation one acre; also messuage or tenement in Mellis with croft adjoining; to be held on same trusts as described in FB 128/L1/1.

Lease FB 128/L1/4 29 May 1787
Contents:
Robert Jacob of Woodbridge, grocer, «b»William Minter of Thelton, Norfolk, farmer«/b», John Frere of Bedford Row, Middlesex, Esq., Thomas Mott (late called Thomas Vertue) of Barningham, Norfolk, Esq., Robert John Buxton of Rushford, Norfolk, Esq., Leonard Moss of the City of London, Esq., the Rev. John Gibbs of Occold, Daniel Thripp of Yaxley, gent., William Thripp, singleman his son, of same place, Thomas Fulcher of same place, farmer, Thomas Dade of Thetford, merchant, William Wooley Simpson of Diss, Norfolk, gent., John Manning of Eye, gent., Thomas Bloss of Alburgh, Norfolk, gent., and John Rose of Eye surgeon, all feoffees, to John Rix Blakely of Hinton (Blythburgh) gent., the Town Meadow in Thrandeston, for 14 years the rent to be applied to be benefit of the inhabitants of Yaxley.

Lease FB 128/L1/5 29 May 1787
Contents:
Robert Jacob of Woodbridge, grocer, «b»William Minter of Thelton, Norfolk, farmer«/b», John Grere of Bedford Row, Middlesex, Esq., Thomas Mott (late called Thomas Vertue) of Barningham, Norfolk, Esq., Robert John Buxton of Rushford, Norfolk, Esq., Leonard Moss of the City of London, Esq., the Rev. John Gibbs of Occold, Daniel Thrip of Yaxley, gent., and William Thrip his son, Thomas Fulcher of Yaxley, farmer, Thomas Dade of Thetford, merchant, William Wooley Simpson of Diss, Norfolk, gent., John Manning of Eye, gent., Thomas Bloss of Alburgh, Norfolk, gent., and John Rose of Eye, surgeon, all trustees; to Thomas Clouting of Eye, peruke-maker; meadow ground called Cock Meadow otherwise Brown's Meadow in Yaxley, for 14 years.

Lease FB 128/L1/6 29 May 1787
Contents:
Robert Jacob of Woodbridge, grocer, «b»William Minter of Thelton, Norfolk, farmer«/b», John Frere of Bedford Row, Middlesex, Esq., Thomas Mott (late called Thomas Vertue) of Barningham, Norfolk, Esq., Robert John Buxton of Rusford, Norfolk, Esq., Leonard Moss of the City of London, Esq., the Rev. John Gibbs of Occold, Daniel Thrip of Yaxley, gent., and William Thrip his son, Thomas Fulcher of Yaxley, farmer, Thomas Dade of Thetford, merchant, William Wooley Simpson of Diss, Norfolk, gent., John Manning of Eye, gent., Thomas Bloss of Alburgh, Norfolk, gent., and John Rose of Eye, surgeon, all feoffees, to John Sparke of Mellis, miller; messuage or tenement in Mellis, with a croft adjoining and close called Erlisford Close containing by estimation 4½ acres, and meadow at the south end of said close in Mellis, for 14 years.

Lease FB 128/L1/7 29 May 1787
Contents:
Robert Jacob of Woodbridge, grocer, «b»William Minter of Thelton, Norfolk, farmer«/b», John Frere of Bedford Row, Middlesex, Esq., Thomas Mott (late called Thomas Vertue) of Barningham, Norfolk, Esq., Robert John Buxton of Rushford, Norfolk, Esq., Leonard Moss of City of London, Esq., the Rev. John Gibbs of Occold, Daniel Thrip of Yaxley, gent., and William Thrip his son, Thomas Fulcher of Yaxley, farmer, Thomas Dade of Thetford, merchant, William Wooley Simpson of Diss, Norfolk, gent., John Manning of Eye, gent., Thomas Bloss of Alburgh, Norfolk, gent., and John Rose of Eye, surgeon, all feoffees, to Francis Coe of Little Thornham, farmer; meadow called Town Meadow in Little Thornham, for 14 years.


Lease FB 128/L1/8 29 May 1787
Contents:
Robert Jacob of Woodbridge, grocer, «b»William Minter of Thelton, Norfolk, farmer«/b», John Frere of Bedford Row, Middlesex, Esq., Thomas Mott (late called Thomas Vertue) of Barningham, Norfolk, Esq., Robert John Buxton of Rushford, Esq., Leonard Moss of City of London, Esq., the Rev. John Gibbs of Occold, Daniel Thrip of Yaxley, gent., Thomas Fulcher of same place, farmer, Thomas Dade of Thetford, merchant, William Wooley Simpson of Diss, Norfolk, gent., John Manning of Eye, gent., Thomas Bloss of Alburgh, Norfolk, gent., and John Rose of Eye, surgeon, feoffees, to William Thrip of Yaxley, farmer; piece of land in Yaxley, formerly in divers pieces but now in one enclosure containing by estimation 5 acres, known by the name of Guildhall Field, and also piece of land in Yaxley known as Samuel Hawe's piece containing by estimation 2½ acres, for 14 years. 
Minter, William (I276)
 
9864 Wilton & Benoit Married
Frederick Charles Wilton bachelor and Matilda Benoit spinster both of this city and district wre married on the second of November eighteen hundred and ninety-nine under authority of banns.
Both signed full names. Witnesses Eliz(?) Dupont(?) and F Dixon(?). 
Family F1393
 
9865 Wine merchant. SANDERSON, James William (I630)
 
9866 Without the necessary certificates, Frederick's story is a bit uncertain but it looks as if his first wife Gertrude, who married Frederick in 1920, either died or was divorced within a few years of the marriage. I cannot find Gertrude's death or re-marriage or any trace of her in the 1939 Register.
Frederick then seems to have married again, in Q3 1924, to Lily Green but she appears to have died quite young in 1936.

I can't find Frederick in the 1939 Register. 
Minter, Frederick William (I493)
 
9867 Witness at All Souls Church, Radford, Notts on 6 October 1900.

1911 census: William Henry, 33, single, born Nottingham, was a Gunner in 15 Company, Royal Horse Artillery stationed at the Military Barracks, Tower Hill, Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa.

Worked for the Post Office, probably as a sorter (Listed in London Gazette on appointment as a postman at Newark, 2 May 1913). Also listed in the British Postal Service Appointment Books, 1737-1969 at Ancestry.co.uk in 1913 as Wm Henry Minter, postman (R) in Newark and 1920 as William H Minter, postman, Newark.

Became blind later in life. 
Minter, William Henry (I2171)
 
9868 Witness at All Souls Church, Radford, Notts on 6 October 1900. Minter, Gertrude Mabel (I2173)
 
9869 Witness at Boughton Blean on 12 October 1836. Minter, William Stephen (I35)
 
9870 Witness at Boughton on 25 December 1814. Minter, Mary (I80)
 
9871 Witness at brother William Robert's second marriage in 1907. Minter, Lucretia Eliza (I797)
 
9872 Witness at Eastchurch on 25 December 1835 and on 11 October 1836.

1841 census: the entry for Henery (sic) (25, ag lab) and Mary (25) in Faversham may refer to this Henry.

A blacksmith on the Isle of Harty in 1845. Appeared in the 1845 Kelly's Post Office Directory of the six home counties as Henry Minter, blacksmith.

1851 census: at Harty Forge Cottage, Harty, Kent, Henry (39, smith) and Mary (38).

Appeared in the 1852 Home Counties Directory as H Minter, smith, Isle of Harty.

1861 census: at Harty Road Cottage, Harty, Kent, Henry (47, blacksmith) and Mary (46).

1871 census: at Oversland, Boughton, Kent, Henry (58, blacksmith) and Mary (57).

1881 census: at Whitehill, Ospringe, Kent, Henry (67, blacksmith (jouneyman) and Mary (66).

1891 census (indexed as SENS by ancestry.com): at Whitehill, Ospringe, Kent, Henry Snr (80, widower, retired blacksmith) Henry Jnr (62, unmarried, blacksmith) and Fanny Gorham (55, unmarried, housekeeper). Henry Jnr is described as 'son' but Cliff Minter believes he was in fact Henry Snr's cousin, the Henry born in 1829 to Henry and Mary (Ralph). Fanny Gorham was described as 'sister-in-law' - her true relationship to Henry Snr is unclear.

Both the BMD index and the burial record in the Parish Register give Henry's age at death as 84. 
Minter, Henry (I87)
 
9873 Witness at Faversham on 18 July 1802, 15 December 1805 and 16 January 1812. Minter, Mary (I2328)
 
9874 Witness at Ickham on 15 Jul 1817 and 24 May 1824.
1841 census: at New Place Farm, Ickham Street, Ickham and Well, Kent, William (60, farmer), William (30, farmer), John (25, farmer) and Sarah (29).

Cliff Minter, from a tombstone at Ickham:
William Minter late of New Place Farm in this parish
died November 11th 1847 age 68
he lived respected and died lamented. 
Minter, William (I1764)
 
9875 Witness at Ickham on 17 July 1862.

In 1841, living with parents at Ickham.

Appeared in the History & Directory of the County of Kent by S Bagshaw, 1847 as Maria Minter, schoolmistress of Ickham.

In 1851, natural school mistress in Rugby Street, Clifton Upon Dunsmore, Rugby, Warwickshire.

In 1861, teacher at National School in Church Street, Bollington, Cheshire with sister Hariet (housekeeper).

In 1881, living with sister Elizabeth at 47 Saltoun Road, Lambeth, London.

In 1891, lodging in Hastings, Sussex, an Elementary Teacher, together with her niece (brother Daniel's daughter), Minnie Brooke Minter.

1901 census (indexed as MINIER by Ancestry): at 61 Horsford(?) Road, Brixton, London: Maria (75, retired teacher, born Ickham, Kent) was a boarder with Eliza J Fairless and her sister.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
MINTER Maria of Park-house Longbridge-road Barking Essex spinster died 1 January 1907 Probate London 19 January 1907 to Charles Minter commercial-clerk. Effects £789 17s 5d. 
Minter, Maria (I3460)
 
9876 Witness at Ickham on 17 July 1862.
An insurance agent in 1884 and 1890, living at 56 Wincheap Street, Canterbury.

In 1891 Thomas W SHARP, 53, widower, assurance agent, was living at at 56 Wincheap, Thanington, Kent with his sister Emma Minter (58, living on own means), her daughter Florence J Minter (21, telephone operator) and another sister Julia B SHARP, unmarried, 36 "Foreign Lady Shop Assistant", born Boulogne, France.

1901 census: at 14 The Friars, St Peter Canterbury, Thomas W SHARP (63, fire and life insurance agent) and (second wife) Elizabeth SHARP (48, born Selling, Kent).

Thomas's second wife is believed to have been Elizabeth HOGBEN: in 1891, age 37, unmarried dressmaker born Sellinge (sic), Kent, she was a visitor with John and Alice Carter and their son Lionel John at Bilting, Godmersham, Kent. 
SHARPE, Thomas William (I3470)
 
9877 Witness at Littlebourne on 12 Oct 1767 at his sister Mary's wedding. Minter, Robert (I17)
 
9878 Witness at Littlebourne on 25 February 1815. Granted a share of father's estate by will dated 28 November 1807 and proved on 10 May 1828 at Canterbury Consistory Court.

1851 census: at Treasury Farm, Ickham, Kezia (65, widow, a farmer of 220 acres employing fourteen labourers), and unmarried sons George (41) and John (33), both farmers.

1861 census: at Treasury Farm, Ickham, Kezia (74, widow, a farmer of 220 acres employing seven men and three boys), and unmarried sons George (51) and John (43), both farmers.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
5 August 1868 Effects under £100. The Will of Kezia Minter late of the Parish of Ickham in the County of Kent Widow deceased who died 20 May 1868 at the Parish of Wingham in the County aforesaid was proved at Canterbury by the oath of George Minter of the Parish of Ickham aforesaid Farmer the Son the sole Executor. 
WOOD, Keziah (I1003)
 
9879 Witness at Monkton on 6 November 1803. Minter, Mary (I497)
 
9880 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)
 
9881 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)
 
9882 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)
 
9883 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)
 
9884 Witness at St George Ramsgate on 21 May 1831. KIDD, Ann (I2276)
 
9885 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)
 
9886 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)
 
9887 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)
 
9888 Witness at St Lawrence Thanet on 21 February 1816 and at St John Thanet on 13 May 1822. Minter, George (I2243)
 
9889 Witness at St Leonard Deal on 15 October 1833 (signs 'Bethia'). Buried as 'Bithia'. Minter, Bithian (I3060)
 
9890 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)
 
9891 Witness at Whitstable on 14 December 1809, 13 August 1810, 24 April 1811 and 8 August 1820. Minter, Mary (I166)
 
9892 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)
 
9893 Witness on 13 October 1829 at St Lawrence. Minter, Hannah (I65)
 
9894 Witness on 17 July 1783 at St James, Dover. Minter, Sarah (I805)
 
9895 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)
 
9896 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)
 
9897 Witnesses Herman KAPPLIN and Margaret GRANT. Family F2876
 
9898 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
 
9899 Worked as a builder's labourer.
Living at 2 Charlton Villas, Charlton Green, Dover, Kent in 1929. 
Minter, George (I1968)
 
9900 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)
 

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