TERRY Chart 0405

This is a Chart for Charles (Henry) Terry and Fanny Snelling

 

married
5th September 1875
Ebenezer Chapel
Ramsgate, Kent
witnesses
Henry COWLEY
John NICHOLS

 

1
CHARLES (HENRY) TERRY
born  
2nd December 1851
28 Queen Street, Ramsgate, Kent
baptised
 9th May 1852
St George, Ramsgate, Kent
occupations
1861 Scholar;
1871 Baker, 1875 Baker (at marriage , 1881 Baker
1891 Foreman Baker 
1900 Labourer (marriage of Thomas Maynard)
1901 Labourer at Gas Works
1901 Confectioner (marriage of Ellen Mary)
1905 General Labourer (marriage of Alice Mary
 1906 Baker 
1910 Baker married of Charles Henry or Edith Harriet)
1911 Labourer, General
died about
July 1912
 Thanet District, Kent 
Age 60
buried
 16th July 1912
Grave BC 393, Ramsgate Cemetery
Cecilia Road, Ramsgate, Kent

 

2
FANNY SNELLING

born  about
 September quarter 1845 
(registered as Frances Snelling SNELLING)
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent
died about
September 1919
Thanet district, Kent
 Age 74
buried  
(as Frances)
17th September 1919
Grave BC 393,
Ramsgate Cemetery, Cecilia Road
Ramsgate, Kent 


3
Harry
TERRY
born 
11th September 1872 Ellington, St Lawrence 
as 
Harry 
SNELLING 

in St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent although he was baptised as 
Henry 
TERRY

baptised
4th May 1880
St George
Ramsgate, Kent
died
 September quarter
1951 
Bridge district
 Kent 
Age 78

married 
September quarter
1896
Thanet district
Kent
Charlotte
 RUDDOCK

 

4
Ellen Mary
TERRY

born
March quarter
1876
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent
baptised
4th May 1880
St George
Ramsgate, Kent

married
16th September 1901
St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent
witnesses
A O’INN
Agnes KENNARD
Herbert
PARSONS

 


5
Thomas Mainer
TERRY

born  
March quarter 1878
St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent
baptised
 4th May 1880
St George, Ramsgate, Kent
occupation
1881, 1891 Scholar
 1900 Warehouseman
(at marriage)
 1901 Grocer's Warehouseman
 1911 Ice Tank Attendant
died about
December quarter
1963
 Thanet District
Kent 
Age 85
buried
 5th December 1963
Grave GB 130, Ramsgate Cemetery, Cecilia Rd, Ramsgate, Kent.

married
as 
Thomas Maynard
TERRY

of
 St Lawrence
6th August 1900
St Luke, Ramsgate, Kent
witnesses
Arthur Ernest BOOTES
Edith TERRY
Florence Mary
BUCK
born  
September quarter
1878
Nottinghill Gate, London
died  
April  1963
Canterbury district
Kent
Age 84
buried
 29th April 1963
Grave GB 130, Ramsgate Cemetery, Cecilia Rd, Ramsgate, Kent.
6
Charles Henry
TERRY

born March quarter 1880
St Lawrence
Ramsgate, Kent
baptised
4th May 1880
St George
Ramsgate, Kent
died 
Saturday 5th September 1914 
WWI Age 34 years

married
13th December 1906
St George, Ramsgate, Kent
witnesses
Thomas WILLIAMS, Lily Barman COOPER
Alice Margaret
OWEN
7
Edith Harriet
TERRY

born  
June quarter
 1882
Ramsgate, Kent
possibly died
 March quarter
1957 
Dartford District, Kent 
Age 74

married
29th March 1906
St Luke
Ramsgate, Kent
witnesses
Charles TERRY
Emily TERRY
F J APPLETON
William George
APPLETON

8
Alice May
TERRY

born 
March quarter 
1885
Ramsgate, Kent
possibly died
 March quarter
1961
 Dartford district, Kent 
Age 76

married
19th February 1905
Ebenezer Chapel
Ramsgate Kent
witnesses
F KING
E TERRY
Albert
Richard 
KING
9
Emily Louisa
TERRY

born  
25th June 1888
adult baptism
6th March 1906
St Luke
Ramsgate, Kent
died 
June quarter 1916
Thanet district, Kent
Aged 27

married
23rd June 1910
St Luke
 Ramsgate
witnesses
Charles TERRY Thomas E SPENCER
Thomas Frederick
HODGSON
   
  1. 1861 28 Queen Street, Ramsgate, Kent
    1871 House and Shop, River, Kent. Servant/Baker to Elizabeth TRITTON, (56) widow Baker employing 2 men & 1 boy born Dover. Kent, her daughters Mary A (24) and Harriet (22) and son Robert (19) Baker all three born River, Kent. Another Servant/Baker was Thomas LANGLEY (24) born Ely,Cambridgeshire
    1881 12 Ellington ???, Ramsgate, Kent
    1891 24 Prospect Cottages. At same address were two boarders, William WICKENDEN, Age 25, Baker and George Warren MAY, Age 17, Baker of Dover and Deal respectively.
    1901 24 Alma Road, Ramsgate, Kent Family appears as FERRY on the 1901 Census
    1905 24 Alma Road, Ramsgate, Kent
    1911 5 Harbour Street, Ramsgate, Kent. Living with wife, both described as "Servant" and form signed by C H WILLETTS
  2. 1881 12 Ellington ???, Ramsgate, Kent
    1891 24 Prospect Cottages. At same address were two boarders, William WICKENDEN, Age 25, Baker and George Warren MAY, Age 17, Baker of Dover and Deal respectively.
    1901 24 Alma Road, Ramsgate, Kent Family appears as FERRY on the 1901 Census
    1911 5 Harbour Street, Ramsgate, Kent. Living with husband, both described as "Servant" and form signed by C H WILLETTS
  3. 1881 12 Ellington ???, Ramsgate, Kent
    1901 6 Wave Crest, Whitstable, Kent
    1911 6 Wave Crest, Whitstable, Kent
    The following details are given for this birth on his birth certificate, which leaves us the possibility that Fanny was not married at the time of the birth of this child, but the father was Charles - 11th September 1872 Ellington, St Lawrence, Harry, Boy, (no father), Fanny SNELLING, (no occupation for father) Fanny SNELLING mother Ellington, St Lawrence, 19th October 1870
  4. 1881 12 Ellington ????. Ramsgate, Kent 
    1891 Not found
    1901 The Elms, Woodville, Ramsgate, Kent. Cook for George TYE and his nephew. Agnes KENNARD was Housemaid 
    1908 40 Finsbury Road, Ramsgate, Kent 
    1911 40 Finsbury Road, Ramsgate, Kent
    There was an Ellen M PARSONS marriage in Shaftesbury District Dorset June quarter 1927 to Jack R GRAY. As her daughter Bessie possibly married in this district in 1929 this could be a second marriage for Ellen
  5. 1881 12 Ellington ???, Ramsgate, Kent
    1891 24 Prospect Cottages. At same address were two boarders, William WICKENDEN, Age 25, Baker and George Warren MAY, Age 17, Baker of Dover and Deal respectively
    1900 "of St Lawrence", Kent
    1901 16 Patricks Road, St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent. Thomas and Florence appear as FERRY on this Census.
    1911 113 Boundary Road, Ramsgate, Kent
    1963 6 Queens Avenue, Ramsgate, Kent
    Grave purchased 26th April 1963 by Thomas Mayner TERRY, 6 Queen’s Avenue, Ramsgate, Kent and has book tablet 12 inches high.
    Information for Florence Mary BUCK
    1900 “of St Peter”, Broadstairs, Kent - Father - William James Oakley BUCK - Artist
    1901 16 Patricks Road, St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent
    1911 113 Boundary Road, Ramsgate, Kent
  6. 1881 12 Ellington ???, Ramsgate, Kent
    1891 24 Prospect Cottages. At same address were two boarders, William WICKENDEN, Age 25, Baker and George Warren MAY, Age 17, Baker of Dover and Deal respectively.
    1901 "PIONEER" 3rd Class Cruiser - 4th rate ship. Hugh Evan THOMAS Commander Station Mediterranean, Position Bighi Bay, Malta.
    The "PIONEER" had: Commissioned Officers 10 on board, 1 not on board (the Commander), Warrant Officers 3 on board, Other Officers 1 on board
    Seamen 186 on board, 11 not on board, Boys 8 on board, Royal Marines 22 on board. Totals of 230 on board and 12 not on board.
    1911 Census - 4 Syndale Place Ramsgate, Kent
    1914 - The British Light Cruiser "HMS PATHFINDER", was patrolling the Scottish North Sea Coast in the first Autumn of the first World War. On the 5th September 1914 the U-boat, SMU-21, captained by Otto HERSING, was looking for Leith-bound merchantman to sink when it saw HMS PATHFINDER leaving Rosyth harbour in the FIrth of Forth.
    The U-boat fired a single torpedo, hitting HMS PATHFINDER in the area below the magazine. The torpedo caused a fire which exploded PATHFINDER's ammunition supply sending her to a watery grave.
    HMS PATHFINDER was the first British Warship sunk in the war, and the first ship to be sunk by a submarine. There was 256 dead with 11 survivors. The wreck of the ship in included on the Maritime War Graves List which is a Roll of Honour of United Kingdom vessels which are to be found on the continental shelf around the British Isles. The names of the men who died on the PATHFINDER are on the Chatham Memorial in Kent. In addition, the names of various individuals are to be found on the War Memorials of the sailor's own home towns.
    1940 - Charles - Kerb and Headstone 1953 - Alice Margaret - Existing headstone raised 2 ft. 2 in. and additional inscription.
    Information from Forces War Records sent by John TERRY 1/11/2014
    First Name: Charles Henry 
    Initials: C H 
    Surname: TERRY
    DOB: Circa 1880 
    Age: 34 
    Nationality: British 
    Date of Death: 05/09/1914 
    Information: HUSBAND OF ALICE MARGARET TERRY, OF 23, AVENUE RD., RAMSGATE, KENT. 
    Rank: Petty Officer Stoker 
    Service Number: 293803 
    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 Charles Henry TERRY 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 Charles Henry TERRY 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 Pathfinder 
    HMS Pathfinder during World War 1
    Commemorated: Britain 
    Collection: The IWGC/CWGC Registers Collection 
  7. 1891 24 Prospect Cottages. At same address were two boarders, William WICKENDEN, Age 25, Baker and George Warren MAY, Age 17, Baker of Dover and Deal respectively.
    1901 - 5 Harbour Street, Ramsgate, Kent. Edith May 1991 Census
    1906 24 Alma Road, Ramsgate, Kent
    1911 Caroline Villas, Whitehall, Ramsgate as Harriet. William, with wife "Harriet" and daughter Florence, was living with his parents Charles (61) Wheelwright worker born Ramsgate and Caroline (60) born St Peters, Thanet
  8. 1891 24 Prospect Cottages, Ramsgate, Kent
    1901 1 Florence Villas, St Lukes Avenue, St Lawrence, Kent. Housemaid to Gilbert HOME (26) Builder, his wife Clara (24) and daughter Constance (2) all born Ramsgate, Kent
    1905 24 Alma Road, Ramsgate, Kent (marriage)
    1911 24 Alma Road, Ramsgate, Kent
  9. 1891 24 Prospect Cottage, Ramsgate, Kent as Emily Amelia
    1901 24 Alma Road, St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent indexed as FERRY
    1910 24 Alma Road, Ramsgate, Kent (marriage)
    1911 23 Princes Street, Ramsgate, Kent. Boarding with them was Charles WILLET (60) married Stationer and Fancy Dealer born Ramsgate, Kent

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