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Arthur John Clayson  ( 1865 - 1903 )

parents
born in Elham 1865
christened in
died in Elham 1903
buried
grave
effects
occupation Shoeing Smith
Biography
   Served in the Shoeing Smith Royal Artillery 54 Field Battery Bill Clayson
 1874 28th April - Elected to Elham Charity School as a free scholar The Bootshoe Boys
 1880 28th January - Apprenticed to Thomas George Mercer, Folkestone wheelwrights and smiths, for five years at £20 The Bootshoe Boys
 1881 Apprentice Blacksmith (15) living with Thomas Mercer in Folkestone
 1891 Living (25) in Woolwich with wife Rose and duaghter
 1898 Death of wife Rose Ellen
Biography

Served in the Shoeing Smith Royal Artillery 54 Field Battery

Bill Clayson

1874
28th April - Elected to Elham Charity School as a free scholar

The Bootshoe Boys

1880
28th January - Apprenticed to Thomas George Mercer, Folkestone wheelwrights and smiths, for five years at £20

The Bootshoe Boys

1881
Apprentice Blacksmith (15) living with Thomas Mercer in Folkestone

1891
Living (25) in Woolwich with wife Rose and duaghter

1898
Death of wife Rose Ellen

Marriage
(Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurchNameAgeSpouseAgeCurate
1889 Farnham Surrey  Arthur John Clayson23Rose Ellen McCroskell23 
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1871Arthur J Clayson20 The RowBack StreetSon  5Elham
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
William ClaysonFatherM1827Elham1915ElhamLabourer
Barbara Ann CarswellMotherF1832Elham1923Elham 
Susannna Elizabeth C ClaysonLodgerF1851Elham1933Sevenoaks 
William ClaysonBrotherM1853Elham   
Mary Ann ClaysonSisterF1857Elham  Dressmaker