~ SALMON FAMILY ~
*Please note the families are not necessarily related
_Roll of Freemen (CCA-CC-R/F/3) - 1327 - John s. Robert Salmon (P)
1715 - Settlement Certificate, August 8, 1715 - for Thomas SALMON, his wife and children from St. Alphage to St. Mildreds.
Sept 6 1736 - Certificate signed by VIC & chws (I assume churchwardens) Faversham that Thomas SALMON is seperated from his reputed wife Ann (CCA-DCb-PRC/18/51/73)
Henry THORNTON, of London Wheelwright married Elizabeth daughter of Thomas SALMON, of Canterbury, carpenter, 1741
1749 - lease and counterpart - Lessor: Dean and Chapter, Lessee: Thomas Salmon, carpenter of Canterbury (a tenement in St. Mary Northgate on the north side of Broad Street)
"Voir les testaments de: Thomas Salmon, carpenter, qui partage sa maison en deux entre sa femme et ses cinq enfants, dont deux garcons et trois filles, et laisse a la premiere le stock de bois, les liveres de comptes, les creances, "and all the goods in the grocer shop" et a un des fils, Joseph, les outils de charpentier (CCA, PRC17/94, Jon Brattell, farrier, 21 mar 1750/71)
1761 - (tripart indenture - CCA) - Joseph SALMON, carpenter and Anna his wife.....Re: property in parish of St. Mildred
1764 - Lease - Joseph SALMON, carpenter of Wincheap, Canterbury (CCA- DCc-BB/78/225-226)
Weddings - 1780 - St. Peter's Canterbury - April 26th, Thomas SALMON and Catherine HORN, by banns.
Christenings - 1781 - St. Peter's Canterbury - March 4th, John son of Thomas and Catharine SALMON his wife.
Christenings - 1781 - St. Peter's Canterbury - October 17th, Edward son of William and Sarah SALMON his wife, privately admitted. 21. 1781
Burials 1781 - St. Peter's Canterbury, May 6th - John son of Thomas and Catharine SALMON his wife. Aged 3 months.
Christenings - 1782 - St. Peter's, Canterbury March 3rd, Thomas son of Thomas and Catherine SALMON his wife.
Burials 1782 - St. Peter's Canterbury, October 24th, Thomas SALMON. Infant aged 8 months.
Christenings - 1784 - St. Peter's Canterbury, June 20th, James SALMON, son of Richard Newton and Ann his wife
Lease - July 5/6, 1798 - Lease for 1 year from John CANTIS, John STRINGER (two surving trustees of the charitable gift of William RIGDEN), to John SOUTHEE, James SIMMONS, Thomas Edward SALMON, Thomas HAMMOND, Thomas STARR, of a small tenement, long slip of land, house of easement, appurtances, smiths forge (perviously a stable) in Hawkes Lane in the parish of St. Margaret. (+ transfer deed)
Mayor of Canterbury - 1800 - Thomas Edward SALMON
Thomas and Mary SALMON from a deed in my collection 1752
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