RELF Chart 0300

This is a Chart for John Relf and Emma Ann Danton

 

married
September quarter
1898
Thanet district
Kent

 

1
JOHN RELF
born 
March or June quarter 
1873
Frittenden, Kent
occupation
1901 General Labourer, 1911 Labourer Ramsgate Burial Board

 

2
EMMA ANN DANTON
born about
June quarter
1871
 St Lawrence, Ramsgate
or
 Hereson
St Lawrence, Kent (1911)
baptised
25th June 1871
Holy Trinity
Ramsgate, Kent
occupation
1881 Scholar
died 
29th December
1967
9 Harrison Terrace
Ramsgate, Kent
registered
December quarter
1967
Thanet district
Kent
Age 96


3
Emma Ann
RELF

born about
June-September
1899
Thanet district
Kent
died
 September quarter
1899
 Thanet district, Kent
 Age 0
4
John William 
RELF

born 
12th May 1903
registered
 June quarter
1903
Northdown, St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent
died
28th June 1958
registered
September quarter
1958
Thanet district
Kent
  1. 1901 No. 2 Cottage, Chalk Pit, St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent
    Living, together with his wife, with George DANTON, father-in-law
    1911 2 Park Cottages, West Dumpton, Kent. Living, together with his wife and son, with George DANTON, father-in-law
  2. 1881 2 Spains Sott, Ramsgate, Kent
    1891 Not found
    1901 No. 2 Cottage, Chalk Pit, St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent. Living, together with her husband, with her father, George DANTON
    1911 2 Park Cottages, West Dumpton, Kent. Living, together with husband and son, with her father George DANTON
    On the 1911 census Emma is shown as having 2 children, 1 surviving, 1 died. There were two RELF children who died young in the Thanet District between 1898 (when Emma married) and 1911. One was an Emma Ann and it has been assumed that this was Emma's child who died.
  3.  
  4. 1911 2 Park Cottages, West Dumpton, Kent. Living, together with parents, with grandfather George DANTON
    1958 RELF John William of 246 Hereson Road Ramsgate died 28th June 1958 Administration London 14 August to Emma Ann RELF Widow. Effects 280 14s. 2s. (National Probate Register)
    (I think Emma Ann RELF Widow, is his mother, not his wife)

 

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