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Joseph Argar  ( 1864 - 1940 )

parents Thomas & Matilda BAXTER
born in Elham 1864
christened in Elham 11 Dec 1864
died in East Retford Nottinghamshire 1940
buried
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effects £924 3s 4d
occupation Kennelman
Biography
 1872 28th October - made a free scholar at Elham Charity School The Bootshoe Boys
 1877 Left Elham Charity School for farm work The Bootshoe Boys
Marriage (Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurch/TownNameAge SpouseAgeCurate
1891 Parington Yorkshire  Joseph Argar26 married Harriet Ann Parker0 
Demography (Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConditionOccupationAgeBorn  
1881Joseph ArgarChurch Cottage Vicarage RoadBrother In Law Ag Lab16Elham
1871Joseph ArgarLime Villas (bottom) - Cottage site ofHigh StreetSon  6Kent
Relationships (Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation SexBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
Thomas ArgarFatherM1817Elham1882Lyminge 
William CastleBrother In LawM1836Elham1906ElhamAg Lab
Matilda Coltham BaxterSisterF1846Folkestone1918Elham 
Martha Baxter ArgarSisterF1860Elham District   
William Henry ArgarBrotherM1862Elham District1928Victoria Hospital, Folkestone 
Albert CastleNephewM1870Elham1944ElhamTailor
Arthur William CastleNephewM1876Elham1960Elham