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Ingram Swain  ( 1804 - 1876 )

parents Hodges & Elizabeth SINCLAIR
born in Cheriton 1804
christened in
died in Elham 1876
buried
grave
effects
occupation
Biography
 1830 Deposition of Ingram Swaine, labourer of Elham, admitting that he took part in the destruction of several machines. [Detailed and lively] Q/SBe/120/11
 1830 See also Swing Riots of 1830
 1840 Death of wife Ann
 1871 Living (66) in Paddlesworth with wife Mary Ann and family 1871 census
Biography

1830
Deposition of Ingram Swaine, labourer of Elham, admitting that he took part in the destruction of several machines. [Detailed and lively]

Q/SBe/120/11

1830
See also

Swing Riots of 1830

1840
Death of wife Ann

1871
Living (66) in Paddlesworth with wife Mary Ann and family

1871 census
Marriages
(Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurchNameAgeSpouseAgeCurate
1820 Elham  Ingram Swain15Ann Bear16 
1841 Elham  Ingram Swain36Mary Ann 23 
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1851Ingram SwainDemolished Cottage (2)Vicarage CornerHeadMAg Lab46Cheriton
1841Ingram SwainMill Down Fm - Cottage (1) site ofMill Down   35Kent
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
Mary Ann WifeF1817Deal   
Richard SwainSonM1837Kent   
Martha SwainDaughterF1840Elham   
Mary A SwainDaughterF1843Elham   
Elizabeth SwainDaughterF1845Throwley   
Stephen Edward SwainSonM1848Elham