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Henry Clayson  ( 1838 - 1906 )

parents Mark & Eliza FILE
born in Elham 1838
christened in Elham 29 Apr 1838
died in Elham 1906
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Biography
 1846 Elected to Elham Charity School The Bootshoe Boys
 1853 1st April - Apprenticed to William Hogben, Lyminge carpenter, for six years for £21. The Bootshoe Boys
 1881 Living in Ickham with wife Annie & five children
Biography

1846
Elected to Elham Charity School

The Bootshoe Boys

1853
1st April - Apprenticed to William Hogben, Lyminge carpenter, for six years for £21.

The Bootshoe Boys

1881
Living in Ickham with wife Annie & five children

Marriage
(Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurchNameAgeSpouseAgeCurate
1863 Faversham  Henry Clayson24Annie Maria Goodale24 
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1851Henry ClaysonS.M.Cotts - Lower Cottage site of Duke StreetSon Carpenter & Wheelwright12Elham
1841Henry Clayson20 The RowThe Upper Row   3Kent
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
John FordredLodgerM1799Elham1875ElhamWood Man
Mark ClaysonFatherM1807Lyminge1884ElhamAg Labourer
Eliza FileMotherF1818Elham1908Elham 
Eliza Ann ClaysonSisterF1841Elham1928Elham District 
Ann ClaysonSisterF1846Elham1923Barraba NSW Australia 
Sarah ClaysonSisterF1849Elham1926Bridge