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Re: Workhouse ; Deal.
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 14 April 13 18:23 BST (UK) »
AJ..., thanks !   In fact, according to what I’ve found so far, (and more especially, from what I’ve received here on RootsChat) he has...

1.   Lydia (Lily Liddy) Lee 1827 – 
2.   Patience Lee 1827 – 
3.   Thomas Jethro Lee 1837 – 
4.   EMMA LEE 1838 – 1901
5.   Alfred Lee 1843 – 
6.   A wife called Charlotte b1880 (she was obviously extremely beautiful and loved chocolate)
7.   And a possible father called William, b1770)

Emma’s my 2xG and she married Edward Gimber, b1834.   They, had another Emma b1863 and she married James Wood, b1859.    I’m Iain Wood... http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/3994/scotsguards.jpg ..., lol..., my kilt looks as if it distances itself from Kent; nonetheless, I was born in Folkestone.   Plus..., 10 years Changing the Guard at the Palace pushes me back more and more to my Canterbury and Deal roots.   Lol.

Hanes !   Wonderful !   Being recently diagnosed by my psychiatrist as “genealogically smitten,”  ;) it’s absolutely wonderful to be given his nick-name.   

Now..., much as I dislike the idea of trespassing the no-mans-land of trade secrets, I surfed your findings to discover very little.   Where does this type of info come from.   Lol !   
Learning..., perhaps one day I’d be able to join the Roots-Chat specialists and advise..., instead of continually asking for help.

Thanks all..., Iain.   
McArthur - Campbeltown and Tiree Scotland
Black - Campbeltown Scotland - Rathlin Ireland
MacFarlane - Tiree
Wood / Boorman / Gimber / Lee... KENT
Dennett / Mase / Varrier /  Over... KENT

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Re: Workhouse ; Deal.
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 05 December 13 21:52 GMT (UK) »
Hey there. I'm the person who Ancestry tree is referred to in this post :(

Thomas Durban Lee WAS born 1841 in Deal, Kent. For what ever reason his family had moved there and were listed in residence in Deal, Kent prior to Thomas's birth. NO I am not confused about his name and am fully aware that his mothers maiden name was Durban, hence Thomas's middle name... as some of his other siblings

I am leaving the 1871 Census in place for my Thomas Lee as it does have him listed as being born in Deal, Kent, & I have not been able to find any other fitting these details. If I am able to find any document which disprove this then I will remove the census, but until then it remains. I have not been able to find any marriage record for Thomas and Tilda

Thomas Durban Lee

England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
   
christening:    22 November 1841    Deal, Kent, England
   
father:    Robert Paramuer Lee
mother:    Mary Lee
   
Thomas Durban Lee

England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
   
christening:    22 November 1841    Deal, Kent, England
residence:       Kent, England
   
father:    Robert Paramuer Lee
mother:    Mary Lee
   
Thomas Lee

Boarder

England and Wales Census, 1871
   
birth:    1841    Deal, Kent
residence:    1871    Deal, Deal, Kent, England
   
other:    George F Weaver, Mary Ann Weaver, Ellen L Weaver, Wm Baker, Rich C Carrick, John Fairplay...

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Re: Workhouse ; Deal.
« Reply #11 on: Friday 06 December 13 15:00 GMT (UK) »
Found another one from my parish records:

Baptised at Great Mongeham Church 31 Oct 1824 Mary Ann LEE d/o Jethro & Charlotte   A Tramp

Sorry about the description, I copied what the Rector wrote. Anyway, it's an addition to your tree.

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AJ

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« Reply #12 on: Friday 06 December 13 15:45 GMT (UK) »
Don't know if I have missed something when reading this post but I presume this is the birth reg you are referring to

Thomas Durban Lee
Dec qtr 1841
Reg District   Eastry
Vol5  Page   123

and possibly his death  :-\

Thomas Durban Lee
Sep qtr1842
Reg District   Thanet
Vol   5 Page 351
Burial states he was an infant

Rosie
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« Reply #13 on: Friday 06 December 13 21:28 GMT (UK) »
Rosie, thanks for that... where did you find it? I have been looking on online records via Ancestry and using Family Search & Genuki etc? I need to see it. Thanks again

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« Reply #14 on: Friday 06 December 13 21:30 GMT (UK) »
The details for him on my previous post where from Family Search, and he was born in Deal, Kent. Cheers (funny no death was coming up?)

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« Reply #15 on: Saturday 07 December 13 08:27 GMT (UK) »
Freebmd and Ancestry have his birth and death registration entries.   The free index on findmypast shows his burial.

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« Reply #16 on: Saturday 07 December 13 10:55 GMT (UK) »
Rosie thanks again I will update the profile when I get the chance... fell like i'm working 24/7 at mo

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« Reply #17 on: Saturday 07 December 13 12:21 GMT (UK) »
To add a bit of detail to Rosie's reply, Thomas Durban LEE was baptised at St Leonard's Church, Deal on 22nd Nov 1841, son of Robert Paramour & Mary LEE. He was a Solicitor of Queen Street, Deal.
The records show Estry because Deal comes under Eastry Registration District.

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