FASHAM Chart 0401

This is a Chart for James Daniel Fasham and Kate Watler

 

married
June quarter
1881
Thanet district
Kent

 

1
JAMES DANIEL FASHAM
born about
September quarter
1858
Northdown, Margate
Kent
occupation
1871 Scholar
1881 Gardeners Labourer
1891 Gardener
1901 Gardener Domestic
died
March quarter 1923
Thanet district
Kent
Age 64

 

2
KATE WATLER
born about
December quarter
1857
Margate, Kent
occupation
1891 Laundress
1901 Laundress Wash
died
March quarter
1942
Thanet disrict
Kent
Aged 84


3
Fanny
 Elizabeth
FASHAM
born about
December quarter
1881
Margate, Kent
occupation
1891 Scholar
1901 Laundress
1921 Domestic
1927 Cook
1932 Cook
1933 Domestic
1939 Cook
possibly emigrated
to the USA


married
December quarter
1910
Thanet district
Kent
 
James 
Frederick
 HORN

born about
1876
occupation
1914
Petty Officer
1st Class
Service Number
181049
died
22nd September 1914
WWI
At Sea
HMS CRESSY
Killed or died as a direct result of enemy action
Body Not Recovered For Burial
memorial
Chatham Naval Memorial
Chatham, Kent

4
Arthur
James
FASHAM
born about
December quarter
1883
Margate, Kent
emigrated to
Ohio, USA
died
6th February
1951
6th February 1951
Mentor 
Lake County
Ohio, USA

married
between
3rd February and 26th March
1913
registered
March quarter
1913
Faversham district
Kent
Eliza
Anne
SHARP

5
Kate
Alice
FASHAM
born about
March quarter
1887
Margate, Kent
died
20th January 1961
96 Beacon Road
Broadstairs
Kent
registered
 March quarter
1961
  Thanet district
  Kent 
Age 73

married
June quarter
1908
Thanet district
Kent
Albert Adin MASTERS
6
Mildred
Emmeline
(Millie)
FASHAM
born about
March quarter
1889
Reading Street
St Peters, Thanet, Kent
occupation
 
1911 Housemaid (possibly)

possibly
married
???
BERRY
born about
1898
7
Albert
Edward
(Bertie)
FASHAM
born
27th January 1891
registered
March quarter
1891
(2 months on the 1891 Census)
Reading Street
St Peters, Thanet, Kent
emigrated to
Ohio, USA
died
9th February 1971
Euclid
Cleveland
Cuyahoga County
Ohio, USA
Aged 80

married 
30th April
1924
 Cuyahoga County
Ohio, USA
Elsie Ellen
Wallace
FRASER
8
William
Norman
FASHAM
born about
March quarter
1893
Reading Street
St Peters, Thanet, Kent
died
 June quarter
1957
 Thanet district
 Kent

 married
March quarter
1920 
Thanet District, Kent
 as 
Norman W
 Rebecca 
Harriet 
LUSTED
9
Frederick
Charles
(Freddie)
FASHAM
born about
March quarter
1895
Reading Street
St Peters, Thanet, Kent

married
 June quarter
1920
Thanet district
 
Mary J 
DUNN

10
Delsie
May
FASHAM
born about
September
 quarter
1897
Reading Street
St Peters, Thanet, Kent
emigrated to
Ohio, USA

died
11th April
1982
Geneva
Ashtabula
Ohio
USA

married
about
1925
USA
Ara V
TINKER
  1. 1851 Census - Northdown, St John the Baptist, Margate, Kent. 
    1861 Census - Cottage, Northdown, St John the Baptist, Margate, Kent. 
    1871 Census - Northdown, Margate, Kent. (down on Ancestry.com as FASHAW)
    1881 Census - Walnut Tree Cottage, East Northdown, St John the Baptist, Margate, Kent. 
    1891 Census - Rose Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent
    1901 Census - 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent - William Norman down as Norman on 1901 Census
    1911 Census - 1 Laurel Cottages Camden Road St Peters, Kent
  2. 1891 Rose Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent
    1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1911 1 Laurel Cottages, Camden Road, St Peters, Kent
  3. 1891 Rose Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent
    1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1911 2 Laurel Cottages, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent shown as married but no husband present. Living with her was sister Delsie May
    1921 Fanny sailed from Liverpool on 19th February 1921 bound for New York on the "Carmania" She is down as Cook and has been at 2 Laurel Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters In Thanet.
    1922 Mentor, Ohio, USA (Forces War Records for medals of husband)
    1927 Fanny sailed from Southampton on 20th April 1927 bound for New York on the "Aquitania" She is down as Cook and has been at 2 Laurel Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters In Thanet.
    1927 Fanny sailed to New York USA from Southampton, England and arrived 6th May 1927 on the "Aquitania"
    1932 Fanny Eliz. HORN sailed into Liverpool, England form New York, USA arriving on 11th December 1932 on the "Georgic", she was heading for Heatherwell, Reading Street, Broadstairs, Kent (so making this definite for being this person) Her permanent residence is given as the USA
    1933 Fanny sailed from Southampton on 12th April 1933 bound for New York on the "Olympic"
    1939 Fanny HORN sailed into Southampton, England from New York, USA arriving on 11th June 1939 on the "Franconia", she was heading for Heatherwell, Reading Street, Broadstairs, Kent (so making this definite for being this person) Her permanent residence is given as the USA
    Information for James Frederick HORN
    1911 "Triton" 4th Class Surveyors Vessel, No.3 Basin, Chatham Dockyard, Kent
    Parents Charles and Mary HORN of Rose Cottage, Reading Street, Broadstairs, Kent (Forces War Records for medals of son)
    Information from Forces War Records sent by John TERRY 29/10/2014
    First Name: James Fredrick 
    Initials: J F 
    Surname: HORN
    DOB: Circa 1879 
    Age: 35 
    Nationality: British 
    Date of Death: 22/09/1914 
    Fate: Died when ship was sunk by a German Submarine 
    Information: SON OF CHARLIE AND MARY HORN, OF ROSE COTTAGE, READING ST., BROADSTAIRS, KENT, ENGLAND; HUSBAND OF FANNY ELIZABETH HORN, OF MENTOR, OHIO, U.S.A. 
    Rank: Petty Officer 1st Class 
    Service Number: 181049 
    Duty Location: North Sea 
    Campaign Medals: 
    1914 Star
    The 1914 Star was instituted in 1917 for service ashore in France and Flanders between 5 August and 22 November 1914. In 1919 a clasp bearing the above dates was authorised and given to those individuals who had actually been under fire between the prescribed dates, popularly known as the 'Mons star' there were 378,000 awarded in total. 
    The 1914/15 Star was instituted in 1918 and awarded to those individuals who saw service in France and Flanders from 23 November 1914 to 31 December 1915, and to those individuals who saw service in any other operational theatre from 5 August 1914 to 31 December 1915. 
    A person who served during the period of 05/08/1914 and 31/12/1915 would have been awarded one or the other of the 'stars' (ie either the 1914 star which has '1914' on the scroll OR the 1914-15 star which has '1914-15' on the scroll, NOT both. 2,366,000 awarded in total. 
    Victory Medal
    Given the information we have available it is likely that James Fredrick HORN was entitled to the Victory medal, also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal. This medal was awarded to all who received the 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal. It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.
    Eligibility for this award consisted of having been mobilised, fighting, having served in any of the theatres of operations, or at sea, between midnight 4th/5th August, 1914, and midnight, 11th/12th November, 1918. Women who served in any of the various military organisations in a theatre of operations were also eligible. 
    British War Medal
    From the information available to us, it is very possible that James Fredrick HORN was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. This British Empire campaign medal was issued for services between 5th August 1914 and 11th November 1918.
    The medal was automatically awarded in the event of death on active service before the completion of this period. 
    Service: Royal Navy 
    Ship: HMS Cressy 
    Commemorated: Britain 
    Collection: The IWGC/CWGC Registers Collection 
  4. 1891 Rose Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent
    1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1910 Arthur sailed from Southampton to New YORK arriving on 14th April 1910 on the "Oceanic"
    1910 Willoughby, Lake, Ohio, USA. A Servant to a John P SWANSON and his wife Anna.
    1913 An Arthur J married March quarter 1913 Faversham District to Eliza A SHARP; was this Arthur James? (Arthur was in the USA 1910 did he come back to England in 1913 to marry Eliza as that is the name of his wife on the 1920 Census and she was born in England. There son Frederick was born in Ohio in 1915.
    1913 Arthur sailed from New York to Southampton arriving on 3rd February1913 on the "Majestic"
    1913 Arthur, his wife Eliza and Albert travelled from Southampton to New York on the "Oceanic" arriving departing Southampton on 26th March 1913.
    1920 Mentor, Lake, Ohio, USA
    1923 Arthur and Albert made a trip from Liverpool to New York on the "Samaria" arriving on 6th January 1923.
    1924 647 E. 101 St. Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA (at marriage)
    1928 Arthur sailed from Southampton to New York arriving on 9th September 1928 on the "Carmania"
    1930 Mentor, Lake, Ohio, USA
    1940 Mentor Ave Route 20 East Of Mentor Village, Mentor Lake, Ohio, USA Son Frederick J aged 25 born Ohio, USA, a Truck Driver. It appears family emigrated to the USA, I have now found three members of the above family who ended up in Mentor Lake, Ohio, USA. Arthur, Albert and Delsie.
  5. 1891 Rose Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent
    1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1911 Census Elhamcot, St Peter Intra, Kent. 
    1961 MASTERS Kate Alice of 4 Grafton Road Broadstairs Kent widow died 20 January 1961 at 96 Beacon Road Broadstairs Administration London 16 August to Olive Winifred Kate Appleton married woman. Effects 528 11s. 2d. (National Probate Calendar)
  6. 1891 Rose Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent
    1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1911 Private School, Welby House, North Foreland, Kent. All staff other than the Principal were entered using just surnames so the entry is for "FASHAM" but she is the right age and the place of birth is shown as Reading Street, Kent
  7. 1891 Rose Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent age 2 months
    1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1911 1 Laurel Cottages, Camden Road, St Peters, Kent
    1913 Arthur, his wife Eliza and Albert travelled from Southampton to New York on the "Oceanic" arriving departing Southampton on 26th March 1913.
    1920 Cleveland Ward 24, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA, Albert was a Lodger with a William COWPER and his family.
    1923 Arthur and Albert made a trip from Liverpool to New York on the "Samaria" arriving on 6th January 1923.
    1930 Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA. Son James aged 4 and Mary FRASER Mother in Law aged 69 born Scotland with the family.
    1940 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA. Children James aged 14 born Ohio, USA and Mary aged 9 born Ohio, USA. With them was Mary FRASER aged 79 born Scotland a Widow 
    1971 Obituary - Fasham. Albert E. Fasham, beloved husband of Elsie (nee Fraser), father of James F., Mary E. Smala and grandfather of eight, brother of Delsie Dorrell, Feb. 9. Funeral services will be held Friday, Feb. 12, at The Brickman & Sons Funeral Home, 21900 Euclid Ave., at 11 a.m. Interment Lakewood Park Cemetery. Family will receive friends From 2-4 And 7-9 P.M. Thursday.
  8. 1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent as Norman
    1911 1 Laurel Cottages, Camden Road, St Peters, Kent
  9. 1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1911 1 Laurel Cottages, Camden Road, St Peters, Kent
    One child on the BMD with FASHAM as surname and DUNN as mother's maiden name - Frederick C FASHAM born June quarter 1920 Thanet district, Kent
  10. 1901 1 Buckfield Cottage, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1911 2 Laurel Cottages, Reading Street, St Peters, Ramsgate, Kent as Delcie. Living with her sister Fanny HORN who was shown as married but no husband present
    1923 Delsie May FASHAM travelled to New York from Southampton on the "Berengaria" arriving on 1st September 1923. She is then shown an Obituary of a son as mother of an Alvin V TINKER who was born 6th September 1926 and died 14th May 2011 aged 84 with father as Ara TINKER. And as Delsie M TINKER she departed from Southampton and arrived New York on 3rd October 1930 on the "Berengaria" down as having been born in Broadstairs. Her son Alvin aged 4 was with her but no her husband.
    1930 She departed from Southampton and arrived New York on 3rd October 1930 on the "Berengaria" down as having been born in Broadstairs. Her son Alvin aged 4 was with her but no her husband.
    1940 Mentor Ave Route 20 East Of Mentor Village, Mentor, Lake, Ohio, USA. Husband down as Ara V TINKER aged 39 born Illinois, USA a Gardener, Delsie (down as Dckie) aged 43 born England and Naturalized) and son Alvin V aged 13 born Ohio.

    On 11th November 2013 I updated this chart, I found that at least four of the children went to the US, I am sure we will therefore find more details for them.

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