STEDMAN Chart 0600

This is a Chart for Thomas Stedman, Mary Denton and Charlotte ???

  (1)married
3rd January 1805
Saint Peter and Saint Paul, 
Milton by Gravesend
Kent
witnesses
John STEDMAN
Elisa MACKENZIE
Wm SUTTON
  (2)married  
 
1
THOMAS STEDMAN
born 
6th August 1778
Northfleet, Kent
occupation
1841
Bricklayer
died about
1849
Northfleet, Kent
buried
9th August 1849
age 71
St Botolph
Northfleet, Kent
  2
MARY DENTON
born
1785
died
24th December 1812
Northfleet, Kent
Age 27
buried
St Botolph
Northfleet, Kent
  3
CHARLOTTE ???
born
1789
Northfleet, Kent
died about
May 1861
Northfleet, Kent
buried
1st May 1861
St Botolph
Northfleet, Kent
Age 72

4
Thomas
STEDMAN

born about
1805
baptised
26th March 1806
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent
received into the Church
20th July 1806
died
April1871
Northfleet, Kent
aged 65
buried
23rd April 1871
St Botolph Parish Church
 Northfleet, Kent

married
8th April  1828
St. Nicholas of Myra
Strood, Kent
Elizabeth
SUDDS
5
John
STEDMAN
born about
1808
baptised
24th January 1808
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent
died
18th March 1870
Woolwich, London
buried
25th March 1870
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent

married
8th May 1831
Sutton-at-Hone
Kent
witnesses
William WARD
B. DENTON
Sarah
MUNK
6
William
STEDMAN
born about
1809
baptised
26th November 1809
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent
died
Off the Coast of Africa
buried
21st April 1851
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent


7
Margaret
STEDMAN
born about
1811
baptised
22nd November 1811
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent
died
11th December 1814
Northfleet, Kent
Age 3
buried
16th December 1814
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent
8
Joseph
STEDMAN
born about
1814
baptised
22nd December 1814
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent
died
1815
in infancy
buried
11th February 1815
St Botolph
Northfleet
Kent
Aged 7 weeks
  1. 1841 Hill, Northfleet, Kent
    A headstone still lays in St Botolph Church with the following inscription, which covers a lot of the information of this Chart. It reads: In Memory of Mary, wife of Mr Thomas Stedman of this parish who died December 24th 1812 aged 27 years. Also Thomas Stedman, died 9th August 1849 aged 71 years. Margaret, daughter, aged 3 died 11th December 1814, Joseph died in infancy, William off the coast of Africa, Charlotte his second wife 1st May 1861 aged 72 years. This with the parish registers to be found in the Kent Record Office at Maidstone gives us a fairly accurate picture of this family. We assume that Joseph who we found was baptised on 22nd December 1814 to be a child of Charlotte as Thomasís first wife Mary had died by this time.
    IGI - A Thomas STEDMAN married a Mary DENTON on 3rd January 1805 at Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Milton by Gravesend, Kent. This could be this marriage. Cannot find a marriage in St Botolph, Northfleet, Kent for which I have a CD disc of the records. Saint Peter and Saint Paul would have been one of the nearest Parish churches to Northfleet.
  2. A headstone still lays in St Botolph Church with the following inscription, which covers a lot of the information of this Chart. It reads: In Memory of Mary, wife of Mr Thomas Stedman of this parish who died December 24th 1812 aged 27 years. Also Thomas Stedman, died 9th August 1849 aged 71 years. Margaret, daughter, aged 3 died 11th December 1814, Joseph died in infancy, William off the coast of Africa, Charlotte his second wife 1st May 1861 aged 72 years. This with the parish registers to be found in the Kent Record Office at Maidstone gives us a fairly accurate picture of this family. We assume that Joseph who we found was baptised on 22nd December 1814 to be a child of Charlotte as Thomasís first wife Mary had died by this time.
    IGI - A Thomas STEDMAN married a Mary DENTON on 3rd January 1805 at Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Milton by Gravesend, Kent. This could be this marriage. Cannot find a marriage in St Botolph, Northfleet, Kent for which I have a CD disc of the records. Saint Peter and Saint Paul would have been one of the nearest Parish churches to Northfleet.
  3. 1841 Hill, Northfleet, Kent
    1851 Census - Not found at presnet
    A headstone still lays in St Botolph Church with the following inscription, which covers a lot of the information of this Chart. It reads: In Memory of Mary, wife of Mr Thomas Stedman of this parish who died December 24th 1812 aged 27 years. Also Thomas Stedman, died 9th August 1849 aged 71 years. Margaret, daughter, aged 3 died 11th December 1814, Joseph died in infancy, William off the coast of Africa, Charlotte his second wife 1st May 1861 aged 72 years. This with the parish registers to be found in the Kent Record Office at Maidstone gives us a fairly accurate picture of this family. We assume that Joseph who we found was baptised on 22nd December 1814 to be a child of Charlotte as Thomasís first wife Mary had died by this time.
    IGI - A Thomas STEDMAN married a Mary DENTON on 3rd January 1805 at Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Milton by Gravesend, Kent. This could be this marriage. Cannot find a marriage in St Botolph, Northfleet, Kent for which I have a CD disc of the records. Saint Peter and Saint Paul would have been one of the nearest Parish churches to Northfleet.
  4. 1841 Barracks Field, Northfleet, Kent
    1849-1850 Leather Bottle Lane, Northfleet, Kent
    1851 Census - Leather Bottle Lane, Northfleet, Kent
    1861 Census - Prudention Cottage, Northfleet, Kent
    1871 - Thomas and Elizabeth had a niece Ann aged 9, born Northfleet, staying with them on the night of the census. On the 1871 Census Elizabeth gave her place of birth as Aston, Kent.
    In the Gravesend Kellyís Directory for 1849/50, Thomas STEDMAN is given as Bricklayer, Leather Bottle Lane, Northfleet. This Thomas is the most likely. 
  5. 1841 Census - Barrack Field, Northfleet, Kent.
    1851 Census - 5 Tabor Place, Northfleet, Kent (Ancestry.com shows them as Hedman, but it is definitely Stedman (see Note 2)
    1861 Census  - Tabor Place, Northfleet, Kent
    IGI - I think this is the correct marriage, although details are taken from the the IGI. There is no marriage in the St Botolph, Northfleet, Kent records for this marriage, so I think as Sutton-at-Hone was nearby I would think this is the most likely one. If incorrect the date of marriage and the maiden name of Sarah will be incorrect.
  6. A headstone still lays in St Botolph Church with the following inscription, which covers a lot of the information of this Chart. It reads: In Memory of Mary, wife of Mr Thomas Stedman of this parish who died December 24th 1812 aged 27 years. Also Thomas Stedman, died 9th August 1849 aged 71 years. Margaret, daughter, aged 3 died 11th December 1814, Joseph died in infancy, William off the coast of Africa, Charlotte his second wife 1st May 1861 aged 72 years. This with the parish registers to be found in the Kent Record Office at Maidstone gives us a fairly accurate picture of this family. We assume that Joseph who we found was baptised on 22nd December 1814 to be a child of Charlotte as Thomasís first wife Mary had died by this time.
  7. A headstone still lays in St Botolph Church with the following inscription, which covers a lot of the information of this Chart. It reads: In Memory of Mary, wife of Mr Thomas Stedman of this parish who died December 24th 1812 aged 27 years. Also Thomas Stedman, died 9th August 1849 aged 71 years. Margaret, daughter, aged 3 died 11th December 1814, Joseph died in infancy, William off the coast of Africa, Charlotte his second wife 1st May 1861 aged 72 years. This with the parish registers to be found in the Kent Record Office at Maidstone gives us a fairly accurate picture of this family. We assume that Joseph who we found was baptised on 22nd December 1814 to be a child of Charlotte as Thomasís first wife Mary had died by this time.
  8. A headstone still lays in St Botolph Church with the following inscription, which covers a lot of the information of this Chart. It reads: In Memory of Mary, wife of Mr Thomas Stedman of this parish who died December 24th 1812 aged 27 years. Also Thomas Stedman, died 9th August 1849 aged 71 years. Margaret, daughter, aged 3 died 11th December 1814, Joseph died in infancy, William off the coast of Africa, Charlotte his second wife 1st May 1861 aged 72 years. This with the parish registers to be found in the Kent Record Office at Maidstone gives us a fairly accurate picture of this family. We assume that Joseph who we found was baptised on 22nd December 1814 to be a child of Charlotte as Thomasís first wife Mary had died by this time.

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