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From: "Markie" <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] QUILTER, Susanna(h), b. 1873/74, Fambridge (Maldon/Stow Maries)
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 22:34:19 -0700
References: <001401c572fb$bb5b7ca0$0301a8c0@personal6186f8> <001201c572b9$1b6139c0$6944a8c0@rickydon>
Thank you Ricky,
There appear to be a lot of Mariners wives in Maldon at this time.
I am now intrigued to find out more about Eliza QUILTERs husband.
Does anyone have access to the 1861 census.. was he at home then?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ricky Donald" <>
Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2005 2:19 PM
Subject: Re: [Ess] QUILTER, Susanna(h), b. 1873/74, Fambridge (Maldon/Stow
> It seems the husband was a mariner and does not appear in the 1871 census
> either, I have sent you a copy anyway.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Markie" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, June 17, 2005 6:16 AM
> Subject: [Ess] QUILTER, Susanna(h), b. 1873/74, Fambridge (Maldon/Stow
>> Dear List,
>> I have just started researching the QUILTER family of Essex for
> good friend , and help would be welcome.
>> Susannah Ruffin QUILTER married Thomas Stammers on 27th July 1897 in Stow
> Maries, Essex.
>> I also have a record of her and her family in the 1881 census living in
> Pump Road, Stow Maries
>> This record shows:
>> Name Age Birth
>> Eliza Quilter 45 Foulness Island, Essex
>> Elizabeth Quilter 18 Maldon
>> William Quilter 9 Maldon
>> Mary Ann Quilter 12 Maldon
>> Susanna Quilter 7 Fambridge
>> John P. Quilter 5 Fambridge
>> Eliza J. 2 Fambridge
>> Bearing in mind the birth places of the children they had obviously
> moved around the area (Maldon to Fambridge to Stow Maries) but with no
> father 'at home' I have no clue as to where the QUILTER family were
> originally from.
>> Can anybody possibly trace this Quilter family in later or earlier
> census returns from the area? Perhaps the husband is listed in the 1871
>> If anyone can provide any information on the QUILTER's of Essex I
> be much obliged. If anyone has quilter's in their family tree it would be
> great to hear from you.
>> Any help appreciated