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William Smith  ( 1811 - )

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born in Lyminge 1811
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died in
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occupation Farmer Of 63 Acres Emp 2 Men
Biography
 1823 Displaced from the Charity School for irregular attendence The Bootshoe Boys
Biography

1823
Displaced from the Charity School for irregular attendence

The Bootshoe Boys
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1871William SmithPage Cottages - cottage(2) site ofBack StreetHead  59Kent
1861William SmithPage Cottages - cottage(2) site ofBack StreetHeadMFarmer Of 22 Acres49Lyminge
1851William SmithPage Cottages - cottage(2) site of15 The RowHeadMFarmer (Of 63 Acres Emp 2 Men)39Lyminge
1841William SmithPage Cottages - cottage(2) site ofThe Upper Row   25Kent
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
Deborah SmithWifeF1812Folkestone   
William HubbardServantM1831Lyminge  Farm Labourer
Emily SmithDaughterF1835Elham   
Eleanor SmithDaughterF1837Elham1903Elham DistrictFarmers Wife
Anne Maria SmithDaughterF1838Elham1922Medway 
Mary Ann SmithDaughterF1840Elham   
George SmithSonM1842Elham   
Alfred W SmithSonM1844Elham   
Fanny SmithDaughterF1846Elham   
Eliza Jane SmithDaughterF1848Elham   
Winifred SmithDaughterF1850Elham   
Caroline ... SmithDaughterF1852Elham   
Lydia G SmithGranddaughterF1853Elham   
George B SmithSonM1854Elham   
Adeline SmithDaughterF1857Elham   
Frederick DanielsGrandsonM1863Kent