No. 1

Frederick Flint, Brewer ^

Maria Barlow &


No. 2

Louisa Walker ^

Caroline Love &


No. 3

Mary Perkins ^

Mary Ann Scott &


No. 4

Olivia Browne ^ b. 1798 Canterbury

Olivia. Louisa and Purvis Browne &

*Purvis died 1874, Olivia died 1879, Louisa 1881 (Louisa was living with her widowed sister Eliza Powell in the early 1880's)

Purvis was working as a governess in Yorkshire in the 1840's to 1860's in the 40's for James Favell Esq. at Kirkby Hall and in the 60's at Badsworth Hall for Richard Heywood Jones (Retired Banker)

In the 50's Louisa Browne was working for Richard Heywood Jones, and Purvis was visiting

see www.badsworth.ik.com for pictures of the Hall and some of it's history

(there was a marriage of a John Purvis of St. Mary Northgate, gentleman and bachelor age 21 to Mary Ann Browne of All Saints Canterbury, spinster age 24, at All Saints on June 15, 1802) - possibly family


No. 5

William A. Hyde, Late Captain of the 10th Hussars ^

William R. William, Wesleyan Minister &


No. 6

Mercy Hyden ^

Sarah Perkins &


No. 7

Thomas Becham, Carpenter ^

George T. Ovenden, Carpenter &


No. 9

Ann Record &

Charles J. West, Master of Arts in Theology &


No. 10

James Cox, Bankers Clerk &


No. 12

Jane Upton, Pickle and Sauce Maker &



Anne M. Harris, National School Mistress

Celia E. Cromber, Certified National School Mistress


© T. Machado 2007