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John Coltham  ( 1814 - 1897 )

parents William & Elizabeth LUCKHURST
born in Elham 1814
christened in
died in Elham 1897
buried 25TH APRIL 1897 St. Mary's Graveyard
grave SW4
effects £625 9s 11d
occupation Cordwainer & Inn Keeper
Biography
 1822 Admitted to Elham Charity School The Bootshoe Boys
 1828 Bound to William Page, shoemaker, of Barham for seven years. £6 was given as an engagment that a further £6 be paid at the end of three years. The Bootshoe Boys
 1903 Death of wife Alice
Biography

1822
Admitted to Elham Charity School

The Bootshoe Boys

1828
Bound to William Page, shoemaker, of Barham for seven years. £6 was given as an engagment that a further £6 be paid at the end of three years.

The Bootshoe Boys

1903
Death of wife Alice

Memorial Inscriptions
IN
Loving Memory
of
JOHN COLTHAM
BORN 2ND AUGUST 1814
DIED 25TH APRIL 1897
LEFT SURVIVING ALICE HIS WIDOW
AND GEORGE WALTER THEIR SON
 
Marriage
(Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurchNameAgeSpouseAgeCurate
1855 Bridge  John Coltham40Alice Smith26 
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1891John ColthamTrenthamHigh StreetHeadMLiving On His Own Means76Elham
1881John ColthamKing's ArmsThe SquareHeadMInn Keeper66Elham
1871John ColthamKing's ArmsSquareHead  56Kent
1861John ColthamKing's ArmsThe SquareHeadMVictualler46Elham
1851John ColthamKing's ArmsThe SquareSonUCord Wainer36Elham
1841John ColthamKing's ArmsThe Square   25Kent
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
William ColthamFatherM1783Stelling1866Elham 
Elizabeth LuckhurstMotherF1795Thanington1860Elham District 
Alice SmithWifeF1828Elham1903Elham 
George Walter ColthamSonM1861Elham  Draper