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Charles Fagg  ( 1849 - )

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born in Elham 1849
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occupation Inn Keeper
Biography
 1878 A BOY DROWNED IN A WELL.—On Monday the County Coroner, T. T. Delasaux., Esq., held an inquest at the Palm Tree Inn on the body of William Thomas Keeler, aged seven years, who was drowned by falling down a well. It appeared that the mother of the deceased went out for a few minutes and left the deceased in charge of two other children, one three years old and the other twenty-three days. On her return the deceased was missing, and on going to the well she saw him at the bottom. She immediately called assistance, and Charles Fagg and Charles Stokes came, and the latter went down, but the rope being rotten broke, and he was nearly drowsed. Another rope was obtained, and Stokes succeeded in bringing the deceased up, but he was then quite dead. There were from forty to fifty feet of water in the well, and when the deceased was first seen by Fagg he was alive, and answered him. The jury returned a verdict of Accidental Death. Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Saturday 11 May 1878
 1881 Publican of the Palm Tree until 1891 Kent Pubs
Biography

1878
A BOY DROWNED IN A WELL.—On Monday the County Coroner, T. T. Delasaux., Esq., held an inquest at the Palm Tree Inn on the body of William Thomas Keeler, aged seven years, who was drowned by falling down a well. It appeared that the mother of the deceased went out for a few minutes and left the deceased in charge of two other children, one three years old and the other twenty-three days. On her return the deceased was missing, and on going to the well she saw him at the bottom. She immediately called assistance, and Charles Fagg and Charles Stokes came, and the latter went down, but the rope being rotten broke, and he was nearly drowsed. Another rope was obtained, and Stokes succeeded in bringing the deceased up, but he was then quite dead. There were from forty to fifty feet of water in the well, and when the deceased was first seen by Fagg he was alive, and answered him. The jury returned a verdict of Accidental Death.

Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Saturday 11 May 1878

1881
Publican of the Palm Tree until 1891

Kent Pubs
Marriage
(Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurchNameAgeSpouseAgeCurate
1877 Elham  Charles Fagg27Fanny Stupples36 
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1891Charles FaggUnidentified Ref No. Z 121WingmoreHeadMFarmer40Barham
1881Charles FaggThe Palm Tree The Palm TreeHeadMInn Keeper31Elham
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
George ForemanLodgerM1815Brabourne  Ag Lab In House
David WillisBoarderM1839Barham  Agricultural Labourer
Fanny HeathfieldWifeF1840Lewes Sussex   
James StuppleSonM1844Kent   
Henry James StuppleSonM1869Littlebourne1915Bridge 
Charles StupplesSonM1871Littlebourne1945FolkestoneAgricultural Labourer
William HolmesBoarderM1872Elham  Agricultural Labourer
Frederick FaggSonM1876Elham1930ElhamAgricultural Labourer
Frederick StuppleSonM1877Elham   
Walter FaggSonM1879Elham   
Walter FaggSonM1879Elham   
Edith FaggDaughterF1883Elham   
William E FaggSonM1884Elham1960Bridge