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William Henry Carswell  ( 1880 - 1950 )

parents
born in Elham 1880
christened in
died in Folkestone District 1950
buried
grave
effects
occupation Coachman
Biography
 1889 Elected to Elham Charity School as a free scholar Bootshoe Boys
 1894 Left Elham Charity School Bootshoe Boys
 1911 Coachman Single (31) living in Folkestone 1911 Census
Biography

1889
Elected to Elham Charity School as a free scholar

Bootshoe Boys

1894
Left Elham Charity School

Bootshoe Boys

1911
Coachman Single (31) living in Folkestone

1911 Census
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1891Wm Hy CarswellAbbot's FiresideHigh StreetSon  10Elham
1881William CarswellCobblers shop - site of NarengoHigh StreetSon  0Elham
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
William Henry CarswellFatherM1842Elham1897BridgeShoemaker
Eliza Jane TaylorMotherF1842Bridge1915St. Pancras London 
Joseph ParkerLodgerM1861Swingfield  Bootmakers Apprentice
Hubert CarswellBrotherM1867Petham1909Dover DistrictBootmaker
Ernest William CarswellBrotherM1870Lyminge1949Ashford District 
Ada Maria CarswellSisterF1878Elham1932Westcliff-on-sea 
Rosa Ellen CarswellSisterF1883Elham   
Annie CarswellSisterF1886Elham