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Edith Mary Sutton [Cafe]
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Date
Type
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Source
 
1857
Born
In the Parish of Chatham, Kent; daughter of Haydon Lloyd Café
1891 Census
East Marden, Kent
 
27th Sep 1883
Married
Charles Nassau Sutton in the Parish of Chichester, Sussex; registered at Chichester District, Sussex; ref: 1883 Q3 Vol 2b Page 623
Private Groombridge contribution
 
Apr to June 1891
Birth of a son
Charles Lexington Manners; registered at Chichester District, Sussex; ref: 1891 Q2 Vol 2b Page 390
Register of births
 
9th Feb 1918
Died
In the Parish of Tunbridge Wells, Kent; registered at Tonbridge District, Kent; ref: 1918 Q1 Vol 2a Page 1180; aged 61 years
John Elverson's records

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Sutton, Sutten individual records
The ancestral pedigree of Edith Mary Sutton [Cafe]
   
 Charles Nassau Suttonm: 27th Sep 1883 Chichester, Sussex
registered at Chichester District, Sussex ref: 1883 Q3 Vol 2b Page 623
Edith Mary Cafe 
 b: 9th Feb 1859 Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk
d: 23rd Nov 1916 East Grinstead, Sussex, aged 57 years registered at East Grinstead District, Sussex ref: 1916 Q4 Vol 2b Page 191
bur: 28th Nov 1916 St. Michael's Church, Withyham, Sussex
  b: 1857 Chatham, Kent, daughter of Haydon Lloyd Café
d: 9th Feb 1918 Tunbridge Wells, Kent, aged 61 years registered at Tonbridge District, Kent ref: 1918 Q1 Vol 2a Page 1180
  
  
 Charles Lexington Manners 
 b: Apr to June 1891 registered at Chichester District, Sussex ref: 1891 Q2 Vol 2b Page 390 
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