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Family of James SPRINGATE and Mary LATE SPRINGATE

Husband: James SPRINGATE (1770?-bef1802)
Wife: Mary LATE SPRINGATE (aft1770-1852)
Children: Eleanor SPRINGATE (bef1795-bef1813)
Elizabeth SPRINGATE (bef1797- )
Marriage 1794 (app)

Husband: James SPRINGATE

Name: James SPRINGATE
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1770 (est)
Death bef 1802 (age 31-32)

Wife: Mary LATE SPRINGATE

Name: Mary LATE SPRINGATE 1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth btw 31 Mar 1770 and 6 Apr 1776 Hollingbourne, Kent, England
Census (1) 6 Jun 1841 (age 65) Faversham, Kent, England
Census (2) 30 Mar 1851 (age 80) Faversham, Kent, England 2
Death 3 Jul 1852 (age 80) Faversham, Kent, England 3,4

Additional Information

Census (1) Ospringe Lane
She was described as a labourer, and was living with Sophia (her daughter) which suggests she was already a widow at this time.
Census (2) Abbey Farm
She was a visitor in the household of George and Frances Chaney, described as a widow, of independent means.
Death Cause: Old Age and Influenza, 1 week
Address: Abbey Street

Child 1: Eleanor SPRINGATE

Name: Eleanor SPRINGATE
Sex: Female
Birth bef 3 May 1795 [Kent],, England
Baptism 3 May 1795 (age 0) Faversham Parish church, Kent
Death bef 11 Nov 1813 (age 18) Luddenham, Kent, England
Burial 11 Nov 1813 (age 18) Luddenham, Kent

Child 2: Elizabeth SPRINGATE

Name: Elizabeth SPRINGATE
Sex: Female
Birth bef 1 Oct 1797 Faversham, Kent, England
Baptism 1 Oct 1797 (age 0) Faversham Parish church, Kent

Sources

1Paula Smith, "Paula Smith@home-smith.co.uk". extracted entries from Faversham parish register.
2"1851 census". HO107/1626 folio 307 page 26. Cit. Date: 30 April 1851. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
3"GRO Death Index". 1852 Sep Faversham 2a 321. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
The Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London.
4John Smith Registrar Sub district of Faversham, Faversham registration district, "Mary Croft certificate of Death registered Q3 1852". Cit. Date: 5 July 1852. Assessment: Primary evidence.
The informant Susannah Willson, present at death of Abbey Street Faversham, made her mark.