Alfred Granville Smith

FatherAlfred William Smith (1853-1929)
MotherKatherine Sackett (1852-1907)
Marriage1908, Battle, SussexGEveland Cruttenden5,6
Alfred Granville Smith, son of Alfred William Smith and Katherine Sackett, was born in Ash next Sandwich, KentG, in 18821,2 and baptized at Ramsgate Christ Church, KentG, on 2 July 1882.3 He died aged 81 in Sheerness, KentG, in 1963.4 He married in Battle, SussexG, in 1908, Eveland Cruttenden.5,6 Eveland was born in St Leonards-on-Sea, SussexG, in about 1880.7
     In 1891 Alfred was living at 6 Myrtle Terrace, Canterbury, KentG, in the household of his parents Alfred and Katherine, and was recorded in the census as Alfred G Smith, a scholar, aged eight and born in Ash.8
     In 1901 he was living at 10 Burrow Road, Folkestone, KentG, in the household of his brother Francis and sister-in-law Florence, and was recorded as Alfred G Smith, a solicitor's clerk, aged 18.9
     In 1911 he was living at 13 West Street, Blue Town, Sheerness, KentG, and was recorded as Alfred Granville Smith, a coal merchant, remover, and general carrier, head of household, aged 28. Living with him were his wife Eveland, 30, and their daughter Lucy, aged one. Also in the household was Eveland's unmarried sister Frances, 31.10

Children of Alfred Granville Smith and Eveland Cruttenden

 Notes & Citations

  1. Census.
  2. General Register Office, Online Index to Births, "Jun qtr 1882. Smith, Alfred Granville. Mother: Sackett. Eastry. 2a:932."
  3. "Christ Church, Ramsgate, Kent, baptisms register" (Findmypast image), "2 Jul 1882, Alfred Granville Smith, son of Alfred William Smith & Katherine, of Ash-next-Sandwich, father an officer of Inland Revenue."
  4. "England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1837–1915" (Ancestry transcript), "Jun qtr 1963. Smith, Alfred G, 81. Sheppey. 5b:692."
  5. "England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005"Marriages (Findmypast image), "Jun qtr 1908. Smith, Alfred Granville. Battle. 2b:106."
  6. "England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005"Marriages, , "Jun qtr 1908. Cruttenden, Eveland. Battle. 2b:106."
  7. Census.
  8. 1891 England census, RG12, piece 708, folio 95, p. 21, GSU roll 6095818.
    6 Myrtle Ter, St Peter's, Canterbury, Kent
    Alfred Wm Smith, head, married, 37, photographer, employer, b. Kent, Ramsgate
    Catherine Smith, wife, 39, b. Kent, Ramsgate
    Francis S Smith, son, 14, tin plate worker, b. Northampton
    Isabel E Smith, dau, 13, general servant (domestic), b. Kent, Ramsgate
    Ethel C Smith, dau, 12, scholar, b. Kent, Canterbury
    Frances G Smith, dau, 11, scholar, b. Kent, Canterbury
    Bessie M Smith, dau, 9, scholar, b. Kent, Ash
    Alfred G Smith, son, 8, scholar, b. Kent, Ash
    Fred W Smith, son, 7, scholar, b. Kent, Ash
    George C Smith, son, 3, b. Kent, Canterbury
    Doris A Smith, dau, 1, b. Kent, Canterbury.
  9. 1901 England census, RG13, Piece 846, Folio 42, p. 2
    10 Burrow Rd, Folkestone, Kent
    Francis S Smith, head, 24, police constable, b. Northants, Northampton
    Florence A Smith, wife, 28, b. Harbledown, Kent
    Alfred G Smith, brother, 18, solicitor's clerk, b. Ash, Kent
    George C Smith, brother, 13, office boy, b. Canterbury, Kent.
  10. 1911 England census, RG14, piece 4463, schedule 109
    13 West St, Blue Town, Sheerness, Kent
    6 rooms
    Alfred Granville Smith, head, 28, married, coal merchant, remover, general carrier, employer, b. Ash-next-Sandwich, Kent
    Eveland Smith, wife, 30, m. 3y, 1 ch, living, b. St Leonards, Sussex
    Lucy Katherine Smith, dau, 1, b. Sheerness, Sheppey
    Frances Grace Smith, sister, 31, single, b. Canterbury, Kent.
Sackett line8th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3 (English)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Simon Grubb.
Last Edited12 Nov 2016

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