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Old 20-02-11, 17:02
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Default Charles Vane b1796 Aylesford Kent FMMMF (adoptive)

Name - Charles Vane
Date and place of birth c1796 Aylesford Kent England
Names of parents ???
Date and place of baptism -???
Details of each of his or her marriages -Frances Miles 11 Feb 1821 Birling Kent
Occupation(s) - Ag lab
Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - ???
Date, place and cause of death 1871 Kent
Date and place of burial.
Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
Memorial inscription - if any

I have found him on censuses but haven't noted which, sorry

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Old 20-02-11, 19:19
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In 1841 and 1851 he is at Cuxton Road, Strood.
1861 at Upper Halling. Can't make out his exact address at the moment!
1871 at the same house in Halling, still can't work out the name of it.

The National Probate Calendar has this entry for 1872:
VANE Charles. Effects under £450.
The Will of Charles Vane late of Halling in the County of Kent Wood Dealer who died 12 October 1871 at Halling was proved at the Principal Registry by John Vane of 1 York-terrace Vine-street Lambeth in the County of Surrey Bootmaker and Thomas Vane of High-street Tonbridge in the County of Kent Grocer the Sons the Executors.
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Old 20-02-11, 20:00
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Thank you Kiterunner, that looks interesting, I'll take a closer look tomorrow x
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Old 20-02-11, 20:07
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I think it's Warren House on the 61 & 71 census.
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Old 20-02-11, 20:19
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There's several trees on Ancestry that have Charles Vane & his descendants.

One i've just looked at has Charles' parents as Nicholas Vane & Martha Burrin

A couple have a several photos attached to them.
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Old 20-02-11, 20:34
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Oh that is interesting, I'll definitely look into that, thank you JayG
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