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Old 12-03-10, 18:28
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Default Amelia Chandler (FMFM)

Name - "official" name and what they were known as
Amelia Chandler

Date and place of birth
27/07/1838 in Beckenham, Kent

Names of parents
Arthur Chandler and Jane Taylor

Date and place of baptism - if applicable
24/08/1838 at St. George's Church, Beckenham, Kent

Details of each of his or her marriages - if any
1. to George Inman on 27/10/1856 at St. John's, Penge, Surrey
2. to Arthur Richards on 20/07/1892 at Wesleyan Church, Uralla, NSW, Australia


Occupation(s) - if any
1881: butcher and summerhouse builder employing 2 men
1892: grazier


Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - and please list which censuses you have or haven't found him/her on.
1841: Upper Elms End, Beckenham, Kent
1851: Ham Farm Lodge, Beckenham Lane, Shirley, Croydon, Surrey
1856: St. Barnabas, South Kennington, London
1859: Undercliffe, Bradford, Yorkshire
1861: 9 Carver Court, Bradford
1871/1881: 100 Otley Road, Bradford
1885: Emigrated to Australia
1892-1909: Balala, NSW, Australia


Date, place and cause of death
08/09/1909 at Balala, NSW, Australia
Cause: cerebral haemorrhage and cardiac syncope


Date and place of burial / cremation.
09/09/1909 at Church of England Cemetery, Uralla, NSW, Australia

Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
None known

Memorial inscription - if any
Not known

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Old 16-03-10, 17:52
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By 1861, Elms End is called Elmers End on the census - its modern name. I can't immediately find it in 1851, but I do wonder whether it always was Elmers, or if people found ELms End just too difficult to say!
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My great-grandfather was born at Elmers End in 1862. His birth certificate said Elmore End, and he had it corrected later on.
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Old 16-03-10, 22:59
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I have an 1835 baptism for this family which says Elmer's End in the parish register. "Elms End" was quoted exactly from the 1841 census image, but I think it was just the enumerator's mistake.
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