paddle steamer SS The Violet jan 1857

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paddle steamer SS The Violet jan 1857

Postby peterd » Sun Dec 29, 2013 12:15 pm

here one for some one to have a go at if they want to

The mail paddle steamer SS The Violet was driven onto the sands during a storm on 5 January 1857 with the loss of seventeen crew, a mail guard, and one passenger.




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left wife mary, son william & john died 6 jan 1857 buried St Mary and Eanswythe churchyard in folkstone
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Re: paddle steamer SS The Violet jan 1857

Postby peterd » Sun Dec 29, 2013 12:21 pm

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Re: paddle steamer SS The Violet jan 1857

Postby grangers14 » Sun Dec 29, 2013 1:11 pm

1851. North Street, Folkstone, kent
William Patrick, head, 30, Stoker on Steam Ship, Glasgow
Mary, wife, 22, Kent
William J, son, 8, Liverpool
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Re: paddle steamer SS The Violet jan 1857

Postby peterd » Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:36 pm

grangers14 wrote:1851. North Street, Folkstone, kent
William Patrick, head, 30, Stoker on Steam Ship, Glasgow
Mary, wife, 22, Kent
William J, son, 8, Liverpool


carnt find any more census there a mary patrick (nee dunn) with a thomas
william could be a william john so that would be the two name on headstone ?
is william john son of mary ? at 22 on census ?
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Re: paddle steamer SS The Violet jan 1857

Postby peterd » Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:44 pm

submitted

Mary Dunn
William Patrick

Event 30 Jul 1848 Kent, England



poss Marriages Dec 1848

Dunn Mary Elham 5 274
Patrick William Elham 5 274
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Re: paddle steamer SS The Violet jan 1857

Postby grangers14 » Mon Dec 30, 2013 6:53 pm

1861. No 5 Willington? Terr Folkstone
Thomas Dunn, head, 72, mariner
Susanna, wife, 65, mariners wife
Mary Patrick, daur, W, 32, Dressmaker
Thomas D, grand son, 9
All born Folkstone
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