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9851 The IGI record gives the names as Elitha Curtis and Robert CONEY - probably a mis-transcription of Cossey.

February 2016: Linda Ferguson, Alithea Curtis's gt gt gt granddaughter, has a copy of the Rackheath, Norfolk parish register in which the marriage is recorded. The details are:
Robert Cossey of this parish single man and Elitha Curtis of this parish single woman were married in this church by banns with consent of [blank] this twenty third day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty four. Both parties marked, as did the witnesses Edward Stone (who witnessed other marriages around this time) and William Waters. 
Family F82
 
9852 The IGI record of Martin's marriage gives 18 as his age when he married.
When his children were baptised Martin was a carpenter or builder of Margate. 
BUNDOCK, Martin (I452)
 
9853 The IGI shows two Daniel Chambers baptised in Boyton with parents James & Rachel. One has date 9 Aug 1830, the other 19 Jan 1834. The former is chosen as it agrees with census entries. CHAMBERS, Daniel (I389)
 
9854 The image of the baptismal record is rather indistinct but while Youany is known as that in her family, the name on the baptismal record looks like Andrenne Youani. The Hitchcock Family Tree at Ancestry has 'Youany Adrienne' - I have adopted this. WILTON, Youany Adrienne (I5114)
 
9855 The inclusion of a family for Richard is speculative, based on the following:
1. the 1911 census shows that an otherwise unknown Minter family was living in 2 rooms at 25 Oakham Street, Chelsea: Mary Minter (head, 52, widow, married 20 years, 3 children 2 living 1 died, laundry hand at Chelsea Union, born Chelsea), Elizabeth Minter (daughter, 19, single, housemaid at a boarding house, born Chelsea) and Richard Minter (son, 17, single, greengrocer, worker, born Chelsea).
- Richard senior had died in 1899 so Mary would have been a widow in 1911. Unfortunately, despite much searching, neither she nor her 2 children have been found in 1901.
- Richard and Mary don't seem to have married so Mary's surname is unknown.
- the births of Elizabeth and Richard do not appear to have been registered but then this family group wasn't very good about birth registrations!
2. an Elizabeth Minter married in Chelsea in 1914. She was aged 22 and gave her father as Richard Minter deceased.
- this Elizabeth was exactly the right age to have been the Elizabeth referred to at (1) above.
3. a Richard Minter died in Q2 1981: his birth date is shown as 28 January 1893. This death is currently not allocated and probably relates to the Richard referred to at (1) above. Richard probably married in Q4 1923 (the marriage certificate hasn't been obtained).

Apr 2010:John J Minter has found a record at findmypast.com's Chelsea Pensioner collection which appears to refer to Richard:
RICHARD MINTER born c1864 - Chelsea, London, Middlesex.
Attested aged 19yrs 5 mo on the 19th of October, 1883 - The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own)
WO ? 
Minter, Richard (I8)
 
9856 The inclusion of Ethel as Frederick's daughter is somewhat speculative but the Suffolk Burial Index gives her address at the time she died, aged 3 months, as 10 Wells Street, Ipswich, the same as Frederick's wife, who died a few months later.

The Suffolk Baptism Index at findmypast.co.uk confirms that Ethel's parents were Frederick Milner & Betsy Ellen Amelia Minter. Privately baptised at 10 Wells Street. 
Minter, Ethel Emily (I386)
 
9857 The inclusion of Gordon as a son of William and Jane is inferred from the following:
1. Gordon first appeared in an Electoral Roll in 1949. He appeared on the line above his supposed mother Jane, whose address was just Lucknow, with the address 'Box 9, Lucknow'.
2. The newspaper report of the 1951 marriage of Gordon Minter and Lorna Dorothy SHIELDS referred to Gordon as the 'youngest son of Mrs W Minter of Bairnsdale and the late Mr Minter'. It also referred to the groomsman as Mr Lindsay Minter, brother of the bridegroom.
There is no clue to Gordon's age when he got married. I have guessed he was born about 1920.
The wedding report referred to above is online at Trove. It appeared in the Gippsland Times on 23 July 1951 and gave the date of marriage as 23 June at the Methodist Church, Sale.

The 1954, 1963, 1968 and 1972 Electoral Rolls for Maffra, Gippsland, Victoria included:
Gordon Minter, Llowalong (3862), farmer
Lorna Dorothy Minter, Llowalong (3862), home duties.

The 1977 Electoral Roll for Maffra, Gippsland, Victoria included:
Gordon Minter, Llowalong 3862, farmer
Lorna Dorothy Minter, Llowalong 3862, home duties
Brian Gordon, Llowalong, Strfd 3862, fitter.
A second version of the 1977 Roll has:
Gordon Minter, Llowalong 3862, farmer
Lorna Dorothy Minter, Llowalong 3862, home duties
Brian Gordon Minter, Llowalong, Strfd 3862, fitter
Colin John Minter, Llowalong 3862, cook.

The 1980 Electoral Roll for Maffra, Gippsland, Victoria included:
Gordon Minter, Llowalong, farmer
Lorna Dorothy Minter, Llowalong, home duties
Brian Gordon, Llowalong, Strfd, fitter
Colin John Minter, Llowalong, cook.

Whilst documentary proof is missing, it's assumed that Brian Gordon and Colin John were Gordon and Lorna's sons.
 
Minter, Gordon (I366)
 
9858 The inclusion of Ronald as the son of William and Ivy is speculative, based on the shared name of William and the fact that in 1954 Ronald lived almost literally just round the corner from William and Ivy. A birth certificate is needed.

Australian Electoral Roll 1954 for Yarraville West, Gellibrand, Victoria included at 5 Pearce Street:
Ronald William Minter, hairdresser
Margaret Irene Minter, stenographer.

Australian Electoral Roll 1963 for Yarraville West, Gellibrand, Victoria included at 112a Somerville Road:
Ronald William Minter, hairdresser
Margaret Irene Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll 1968 for Kingsville, Gellibrand, Victoria included at 29 Cumming Street, W13:
Ronald William Minter, hairdresser
Margaret Irene Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll 1972 for Kingsville, Gellibrand, Victoria included at 29 Cuming Street, Yarraville 3013:
Ronald William Minter, hairdresser
Margaret Irene Minter, home duties.

Australian Electoral Roll 1977 for Kingsville, Gellibrand, Victoria included at 29 Cuming Street, Yarraville 3013:
Ronald William Minter, hairdresser
Margaret Irene Minter, home duties
Dianne Margaret Minter, student [assumed to be daughter]
Gary John Minter, mechanic [assumed to be son].
The same listing appears for Kingsville, Mebourne West.

Australian Electoral Roll 1980 for Kingsville, Gellibrand, Victoria included at 29 Cuming Street, Yarraville 3013:
Ronald William Minter, hairdresser
Margaret Irene Minter, home duties
Gary John Minter, mechanic [assumed to be son].

Appeared in the World Book of Minters, c. 1992 at 10 Martin Court, Altona, Victoria. 
Minter, Ronald William (I1366)
 
9859 The index record at Ancestry shows the names as
Jns A Minter (20), father S Minter, mother J A Minter
Liza A Stultz (17), father B L Stultz, mother L H Stultz.

Don't understand why! 
Family F225
 
9860 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

ASKEW Sheila Miss Ashby Marriages Marriage to Mr John Hunsley of Laughton SFS 22/04/1950

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star) 
Family F260
 
9861 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

BARKER Ivy Stella Miss [of] Rotherham Marriage at Ashby to Mr Eric Hunsley of Ashby SFS 21/08/1937

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star) 
Family F377
 
9862 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

COUSEN Nellie Miss Marriages Marriage to Mr George Hunsley at Messingham LS 29/11/1924

(SL means Lindsey Star). The name shown is Nellie, for some reason. 
Family F414
 
9863 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

CRANE Agnes Miss of Ealand Marriage to Mr George Hunsley of Ealand LS 03/07/1915

(LS means Lindsey Star). 
Family F19
 
9864 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

GILBERT Kathleen Mrs Scunthorpe Marriages Marriage to Mr James Hunsley of Messingham SFS 21/10/1950

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star). 
Family F409
 
9865 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

GUILLIATT Jessie Miss Marriages Marriage to Mr Edgar Hunsley of Messingham LS 25/09/1920

(LS means Lindsey Star). 
Family F417
 
9866 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

HUNSLEY Charles William Mr [of] Gunness Assault charge dismissed, aged 53, of Neap House, Gunness SFS 30/10/1964

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star). 
HUNSLEY, Charles William (I1584)
 
9867 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

HUNSLEY Joyce Mrs Flixborough/Wooton Obituary, aged 21 (nee Bradley) SFS 24/07/1937

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star) 
BRADLEY, Joyce M (I1589)
 
9868 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:

HUNSLEY Mr Winterton Marriages Marriage to Miss Bradley of Flixborough SFS 12/01/1935

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star). 
Family F592
 
9869 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
DENTON Edith Miss Barnetby Marriages Marriage to Mr Charles Hunsley of Barnetby LS 25/09/1915

(LS means Lindsey Star). 
Family F484
 
9870 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Barbara Miss of Scunthorpe Marriage to Mr Clarence Lidgett of Scotter SFS 31/03/1951
(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star) 
Family F408
 
9871 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Clifford Leo Mr [of] Scunthorpe Divorce, of Chapel Street (wife's adultery) SFS 31/07/1948

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star). 
HUNSLEY, Clifford Leo (I954)
 
9872 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Edith Mary Miss of Messingham Marriage to Mr Samuel Poole of Twigmoor LLS 09/02/1907
(LLS means Lindsey & Lincolnshire Star). 
Family F379
 
9873 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Eliza Miss of Messingham Marriage to Mr Richard * Tupling of Kirmington LLS 17/05/1902
(LLS means Lindsey & Lincolnshire Star).
* this must be a mistake! 
Family F374
 
9874 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY George Edward Mr Scunthorpe Obituary, aged 69 SFS 18/10/1957
(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star)

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966:
HUNSLEY George Edward of 47 Fox-street Scunthorpe Lincolnshire died 8 October 1957 at The Hospital Scunthorpe Lincolnshire Administration Lincoln 22 November 1957 to Annie Hunsley widow. Effects £1958 6s 6d. 
HUNSLEY, George Edward (I632)
 
9875 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Hannah L.J. Mrs Messingham Deaths Death, aged 77, of Butterwick Road SFS 24/09/1932
HUNSLEY Hannah L.J. Mrs Messingham Deaths Funeral, aged 77, of Butterwick Road SFS 01/10/1932

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star) 
JERVIS, Hannah Leedham (I1066)
 
9876 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Leslie Mr of Scunthorpe Marriage to Miss Ethel Kemp of New Brumby SFS 06/06/1936
(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star) 
Family F643
 
9877 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Lilian Joan Miss of Bottesford Marriage to Mr Walter Joseph Richardson of Bottesford SFS 13/09/1941

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star) 
Family F407
 
9878 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Lily Miss of Messingham Marriage to Mr Robert Arthur Neal of Garthorpe LS 22/05/1909
(LS means Lindsey Star) 
Family F375
 
9879 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Maria Mrs of Kirton in Lindsey Obituary, aged 73 LS 17/04/1915

(LS means Lindsey Star) 
BINNS, Maria (I510)
 
9880 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Percy Mr Marriage to Miss Kate Jackson [married at Messingham] LLS 24/06/1905

(LLS means Lindsey & Lincolnshire Star) 
Family F376
 
9881 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY Roy Mr of Messingham Marriage to Miss Margaret Helen Gosling of Ashby [report & photo] SFS 07/04/1934

(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star) 
Family F644
 
9882 The Index to the Star series of newspapers at northlincs.gov.uk has the following:
HUNSLEY William Roy Mr of Winteringham Obituary SFS 31/08/1956
(SFS means Scunthorpe & Frodingham Star)

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 (at ancestry.com, April 2015):

HUNSLEY William Roy of Marsh-lane Winteringham Lincolnshire died 12 August 1956 at Slice-road Winteringham Administration Lincoln 14 June to Charles William Hunsley maintenace mechanic. Effects £377 8s 2d. 
HUNSLEY, William Roy (I1591)
 
9883 The information that William married comes from the Tolbert Family Tree at Ancestry.com. I haven't verified the information although findagrave.com has both burilas, with linking them. Minter, William Dixon Jr. (I3287)
 
9884 The inscription on the tombstone in the Cemetery at Smyrna Baptist Church is

Co. A. 13 th. Ga. Regt.

The comment at findagrave.com is 'Confederate Civil War Veteran'.

If there were dates on the tombstone, they are no longer legible.

1870 United States Federal Census: in Upson County, Georgia (all MINTER),
John (60, farm hand), Patie or Katie (49), Lou (12, female), Roda (10, female) and Mary (11). After this group comes another group apparently also MINTERs: Georgia (29, keeping house - but no sign of a husband or that she was a widow), Beulah (9), Willie (6), Burrel (4) and James (2).
I think the group which includes Georgia is actually Burrell Minter's widow and children. But there's a bit of a mystery about the first group - see the Notes for John Hill Minter. 
Minter, Burrell (I3998)
 
9885 The Ipswich Journal 02 February 1884: MINTER - BIRCH. 3lst ult., at Burlington Chapel, by the Rev. T. M. Morris, John, the only son of Mr. W. F. Minter, contractor, &c., Ipswich, to Eliza, the eldest daughter of Mr. John Birch, also of Ipswich. Family F51
 
9886 The Ipswich Journal 02 May 1891: MINTER. 8th April, at her daughter's, 52, John Street, Sarah H. Minter, wife of the late Samuel Minter, of Norwich Road, formerly of Thornham, Suffolk, in her 89th year. FREEMAN, Sarah Harlow (I160)
 
9887 The Italian version of ancestry.com lists Alice Mary Vincer-Minter as a passenger either leaving for or arriving from New York. As I don't have access to ancestry.it I haven't been able to fill in the details.

From England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966 at Ancestry.com:
Minter Alice Mary of 4 Dinsdale Court Great North Road New Barnet Hertfordshire widow died 4 November 1961 at Hitcham Place Nursing Home Burnham Buckinghamshire Probate London 8 January to May Falconer spinster. Effects £16943 5s. 
FALCONER, Alice Mary (I33)
 
9888 The jtw tree a ancestry.com has this William Worley being buried on 25 June 1783 in Chalfont St Peter as 'William Worley son of "John" & Eddy of Woolford'.
The jtw tree then goes on to show that John & Susanna had a second William Worley "after 1783, in Highgate" but has no information about his birth and/or baptism.

I am choosing to assume that John & Susanna had only one son named William - born 2 December 1782 - and therefore that the William who was buried in Chalfont St Peter on 25 June 1783 was someone else altogether.

The jtw tree shows that William lived and worked in Hornsey, Middlesex. 
WORLEY, William (I534)
 
9889 The jtw tree at ancestry shows that John and Hannah had two daughters, Rachel in 1771 and another (not named) some time later. WOODHOUSE, John (I309)
 
9890 The JTW tree at ancestry shows William and Ann with the following children:
John Newman 1802 - 1806
Peter Newman 1804 - 1806
Peter Newman 1805
Hannah Burman Newman 1807 - 1814
David Newman 1809 -
Hester Newman 1814 - 1859
Daniel Newman 1816 - 1848
 
NEWMAN, William (I517)
 
9891 The JTW tree at ancestry.com shows, in addition to Wiliam's wives Mary Weedon and Elizabeth Briant, that he was had a relationship with Elizabeth Worley (bap. 17 August 1768), the daughter of Richard Worley and Ann Whare. The tree also shows that William and Mary had a daughter Elizabeth who was baptised on 20 Feb 1785 as the "daughter of Elizabeth Worley & William Worley reputed father", and buried on 17 October 1785 as the "baseborn daughter of Elizabeth of Seer Green, Farnham parish".

If the above is true, William's affair with Elizabeth took place while he was married to Mary Weedon but before Elizabeth married Edward Lack. William and Elizabeth were second cousins; William was about 13 years older that Elizabeth: she would have been about 17.

I've included Elizabeth as William's "partner" and Elizabeth of 1785 as his (illegitimate) daughter. 
WORLEY, William (I266)
 
9892 The jtw tree includes two children of John and Mary:
Isabella Walker 1786 -
Martha Walker (no dates). 
WALKER, John (I530)
 
9893 The jtw tree shows that Charles and Rebecca had the following chldren
William 1863 - 1863
Mary Ann 1864 - 1942
Louisa 1867 - 1942
George William 1869 - 1960
Charles Peter 1871 - 1945
Henrietta 1873 - 1955
Agnes Charlotte Margareta 1875 - 1968
James 1878 - 1951
Emily Eliza 1879 - 1950. 
CYSTER, Charles (I399)
 
9894 The justification for assuming that John was the son of Thomas and Elizabeth is as follows:
1. John was born in the same place as Thomas Henry Dickenson Minter, who is assumed to be his brother
2. although in later life John was a victualler, in 1842 he was a joiner, a fairly natural occupation if he thought of following in his father's footsteps as a shipwright. And one of his (assumed) brothers was a joiner.
3. in 1851 John had staying with him his sister Charlotte. Although it was said she was born in Folkestone and the age isn't quite right, it seems quite possible that this Charlotte was the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth baptised in 1822 in Deptford.
4. (added in October 2009) John Minter's marriage has now been found in the London Metropolitan Archive at Ancestry.co.uk: one of the witnesses was Robert Minter, whose signature is almost identical to that of Robert Minter, ie John's brother, who married in 1844.

When daughter Mary Caroline was baptised in 1838 John was a ship joiner of Garden Row, Church St; in 1841 occupation was joiner; in 1846 he was a victualler of 60 King Street.

1841 census: in John Street, St Paul Deptford, Kent, John (28, journeyman joiner), Mary Ann (29) and Elizabeth (5 months). All born in Kent.

www.bargemen.co.uk/pdf/bum_boat.pdf has a transcription of a Watermen's Bum boat book in which there is an entry, dated 5 May 1843, for a John Minter, aged 30 of 38 King Street, Deptford, owner of a boat/skiff called the Mary Ann. It's not clear whether this entry relates to this John Minter but it seems likely.

Appeared in the London 1845 Directory and Kelly's PO Directories of 1850, 1852, 1853 & 1856 as John Minter, Horse & Groom PH, 60 King Street, Borough.

1851 census: at 60 King Street, St Saviour Southwark, Surrey, John (38, victualler, born Rotherhithe), Mary A (38, born Deptford), Elizabeth A (10, scholar, born Greenhithe), Emma A (7, scholar, born Southwark, Surrey), Grace E (4, scholar, born Deptford, Kent) and Charlotte (sister, 26, born Folkestone, Kent).

1861 census: at the 'Hull Trader' in Swanscombe, Kent, John (48, inn keeper, born Rotherhithe), Mary Ann (48, born Swanscombe, Kent), Grace E (14, scholar, born Southwark, Surrey) and Jane E (9, scholar, born Southwark, Surrey).

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 (at Ancestry.co.uk, Nov 2010):
3 September 1868 Effects under £100. Letters of Administration of the Personal estate and effects of John Minter late of the "George" Tavern Somerset-street Aldgate in the City of London Licensed Victualler deceased who died 12 August 1868 at the "George" aforesaid were granted at the Principal Registry to Maryanne Minter of the "George" aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said Deceased she having been first sworn.

Buried aged 55 of The George, Somerset Street, Aldgate, London.

1871 census: John probably died in Q3 1868. His widow Mary A (58, born Greenhithe) was living at 1 Garibaldia Cottages, Croydon, Surrey with son-in-law William C CORBEN (24, journeyman butcher, born Portsmouth, Hampshire) and his wife Jane H (sic) CORBEN (20, born 'Surrey Boro London').

1881 census: Mary A (68) was an 'Inmate L V Asylum' at number 73, Licensed Victuallers Asylum in Camberwell. Granddaughter Elizabeth E WEBB (17, servant, born Dartford, Kent) was staying there too.

1891 census: Mary A (78) was still at number 73, Licensed Victuallers Asylum in Camberwell. Her granddaughter Annie BOLTON (13, born Bermondsey) was with her. 
Minter, John (I395)
 
9895 The justification for assuming that Thomas was the son of Thomas and Elizabeth is as follows:
1. it would be quite usual for a first-born son to be given the father's name (but on the other hand there is the slightly awkward fact that another of Thomas and Elizabeth's sons was named Henry)
2. the baptismal record on the IGI shows that the parents of Thomas Henry Dickerson (sic) were Thomas Minter and Elizabeth (no surname given). The IGI says that Thomas was 1 when he was baptised.
3. both Thomas senior and Thomas Henry Dickenson were shipwrights.

1841 census (1): in Northfleet, Kent, Henry (30, shipwright, not born in Kent).
1841 census (2): at the Stowage, St Nicholas Deptford, Kent, (listed in the following order) John WARD (70, shipwright, not born Kent), Hannah PEARCE (30, bonnet maker(?), born Kent), Mary Ann MINTER (5, born Kent), James ----- (30, clk, born Kent), Cl--- ---- (4, not born Kent) and Mary Ann MINTER (30, born Kent).

1851 census: at 10 John Street, St Pauls Deptford, Kent, Thomas (41, shipwright, born Rotherhithe, Surrey), Mary Ann (39, born Deptford, Kent), Henry (nephew, 2, born Deptford, Kent).

1861 census: 19 John Street, St Pauls Deptford, Kent, Thomas (51, shipwright, born Surrey), Mary Ann (50, born Deptford, Kent), Henry (son, 12, born Greenwich, Kent) and James NICHOL (grandson, 3, born Deptford, Kent).

1871 census: at Garden Cottage, St Pauls Deptford, Kent, Thomas (61, shipwright, self-employed, born Rotherhithe, Surrey), Mary Ann (60, wife, born Deptford, Kent), Mary Ann NICOLS (daughter, married, 35, born Deptford, Kent), Henry (son, 23, shipwright, self employed, born Greenwich, Kent), James NICHOLS (grandson, 13, scholar, born Deptford, Kent), Mary Ann NICHOLS (granddaughter, 11, scholar, born Deptford, Kent), Elizabeth NICHOLS (granddaughter, 7, scholar, born Deptford, Kent) and Amelia NICOLS (granddaughter, 1, born Deptford, Kent).

The exact status of Henry isn't known: he was described as nephew in 1851 and son in 1861 and 1871***. No trace of him has been found after 1871 except his probable death in 1913.
***September 2008: this question has been resolved by acquring Henry's birth certificate which shows that his parents were David Minter and Catherine Minter nee Wright. David Minter was Thomas Henry Dickenson Minter's brother so Henry was correctly described as 'nephew' in 1851. Why he should have been brought up by his uncle is a mystery.

1881 and 1891 censuses: not found.

1911 census: see Henry Robert Minter's Notes for his 1911 census details. 
Minter, Thomas Henry Dickinson (I394)
 
9896 The Kentish Tines 17 December 1978 reported that Guy Minter of Langdon Court Farm presented 8 animals at the East Kent Fat Stock Show and Sale at Canterbury market. Five gained first place and one, second place.

www.thegazette.co.uk gives last address as Langdon, Stockers Hill, Boughton-under-Blean, Faversham, Kent. Agricultural Merchants Company Director (Retired). 
Minter, Guy Murton (I2421)
 
9897 The Kirton-in-Lindsey burial register 1812 - 1854 has an entry for the burial of «u»Ellen«/u» Hunsley at age 22 on 11 Dec 1836. This possibly refers to Eleanor. HUNSLEY, Eleanor (I1352)
 
9898 The Kyle family tree at ancestry.com shows nine children. KYLE, Oscar Lester (I341)
 
9899 The linkage between Joseph (baptised as the son of John & Anne BIBBE) and his supposed father, John of 1742, is unproven but seems to be borne out by the age given for Jospeh at the 1841 census, which was accurate only to the nearest 5 years.

1841 census: in Great Horkesley (all BIBBY), Joseph (70, ag lab), Hannah (70) and Thomas (30, ag lab).

Buried aged 75 on 30 November 1842. 
BIBBY, Joseph (I2588)
 
9900 The list of children shown here is taken from Stephen Hunsley's work on the family, in the same order Stephen has them. All the children are said to have been born in Winterton, Lincs but the Winterton General Register 1653 - 1675 (at lincstothepast.com) is in a terrible state and I couldn't find any Hunsley baptisms except one that doesn't fit here at all: Robert son of Robert & Margaret HUNDSLEY bap. 1 June 1673.

Freereg.org.uk has John's baptism on 5 August 1641 at St Peter, Howden, father John, no mother listed.
 
HUNSLEY, John (I563)
 

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