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Kent, England, Genealogy Pages Minnie Winifred Bodeker born Faversham 1893

Mary NUTT
 1824 - 1891

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  • Christened  16 May 1824  Faversham, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Female 
    Died  1881/1891 
    Person ID  I2933  Young Family Kent Ancestry
    Last Modified  19 May 2007 23:41:29 
     
    Father  Matthew NUTT, c. 25 Dec 1785, Faversham, Kent, England  
    Mother  Ann WEEKS, b. 1788, Ospringe, Kent, England  
    Family ID  F1016  Group Sheet
     
    Family  Frederick Wallis BUNTING, c. 30 Nov 1828, Faversham, Kent, England  
    Married  June Qtr. 1849, vol 6, p 286  Faversham, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    >1. Ann Weeks BUNTING, b. 1850, Faversham, Kent, England
    >2. Frederick Matthew BUNTING, b. 1851, Faversham, Kent, England
    >3. Walter BUNTING, b. 1854, Faversham, Kent, England
     4. Charles Henry BUNTING, b. 1856, Faversham, Kent, England
    >5. George Wallace BUNTING, b. 1860, Faversham, Kent, England
     6. Rhoda Amelia BUNTING, b. 1862, Faversham, Kent, England
     7. Herbert Osborne BUNTING, b. 1864, Faversham, Kent, England
     8. Minnie Florence BUNTING, b. Mar 1870, Faversham, Kent, England
    Family ID  F1022  Group Sheet
     
  • Notes 
    • Christened on 16 May 1824, Mary was the daughter of Matthew Nutt and Ann Weeks. She married about 1850, Frederick Bunting, an engine driver. They had eight known children. Herbert, the last son born circa 1864, was described on each census as being an "imbecile". To what disability that term refers is unknown.

      In 1861 the family lived on Oyster Court, where they remained for the next 20 years. Residing with them was Mary's father. All children were present and living at home for the 1871 census with the three oldest sons having then been employed as cartridge makers at the local gun powder mill.

      By 1881 the family's structure had changed. Ann, the eldest daughter, had married and been widowed quickly. Her surname was then shown as Butler but the marriage of 15 April 1870 was to one William Henry Harman. Ann had one son by him, William born circa 1872. Ann, also was employed as a cartridge maker and was living with her parents on Oyster Court. She eventually remarried during 1887. Fred, Jr. and George had both disappeared from the census; Charles still unmarried at age 26 was working as a sawyer; Rhoda, then 18, was working alongside her elder sister in the cartridge factory. Walter had married and was living with his wife, Harriet, and daughter, Minnie F. at 52 Westgate Road, in Faversham.

      Mary (nee Nutt) died sometime between 1881 and 1891. Fred, at the time of the 1891 census was identified as a widower. He, daughter Rhoda and son, Herbert, the imbecile, had moved to 34 Cyprus Road. Fred continued in his occupation of engine driver.
     

  

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