VOL. III - APPENDIX H

The Children of William Unsted and Jane Barton 

Jane Barton was born on 27 June 1822, daughter of John Barton and Catherine Keeley (Chapter 2). She was baptised on 15 July 1822 at Heathfield Independent Chapel. 

Jane married William Unsted on 16 April 1842 at Herstmonceux Parish Church. William was a 23 year old bachelor, a labourer from Magnum Down, the son of Nicolas Unsted, a shepherd. Jane was a 20 year old spinster, a servant of Magham Down, the daughter of John Barton, labourer. William signed the marriage register whereas Jane was only able to make her mark. The marriage was witnessed by James Barton, presumably Jane's brother who was also only able to make his mark (Chapter 3) and Francis Unsted.

William and Jane had nine children

  • Edward Unsted. Born 1844. Baptised 5 May 1849 at Wartling
  • Jane Unsted. Born 1847
  • William Unsted. Born 1849
  • Mary Unsted. Baptised 5 March 1851 at Wartling.
  • Naomi Unsted. Born 1854. Baptised 21 June 1857 at Wartling.
  • Fanny Unsted. Baptised 21 June 1857 at Wartling
  • Nicholas John Unsted. Baptised 5 February 1860 at Wartling.
  • Thomas Unsted. Baptised 1 June 1863 at Wartling
  • George Unsted. Baptised 6 October 1867 at Wartling

The following is known about their children: 

Edward Unsted and Betsey Wood

Edward Unsted married Betsey Wood in 1865.

In 1871 they were living at Comphurst, Wartling, next door to James and Mary Billeness, James and Mary were part of the Veness family - (Volume IV - Chapter 7). Edward was a 26 year old labourer he was living with his wife and their three eldest children. They were still there in 1881. Edward and Betsey had eleven children:

  • Rosina Unsted. Born 14 October 1866. Baptised 3 December 1866 at Wartling.
  • Mary Unsted. Born 4 July 1867. Baptised 4 August 1867 in Wartling.
  • Kate Unsted. Born 10 December 1869. Baptised 23 January 1870 at Wartling.
  • William Unsted. Baptised 8 October 1871 at Wartling.
  • Edward Unsted. Born 8 October 1873. Baptised 14 December 1873 at Wartling.
  • Emma Unsted. Born 26 March 1875. Baptised 6 June 1875 at Wartling.
  • Thomas Unsted. Baptised 6 June 1875 at Wartling.
  • Nicholas George Unsted. Born 25 August 1880. Baptised 28 November 1880 at Wartling.
  • Alice Unsted. Born 9 December 1883. Baptised 27 January 1884 at Wartling
  • Fanny Unsted. Baptised 7 November 1885 in Wartling
  • Charlie Unsted. Born 26 June 1886. Baptised 10 April 1887 at Wartling.

In 1891 the family were still living at Windmill Hill Green where 47 year old William was a general farm labourer. They were still living at Windmill Hill Green in 1901. Fanny Unsted, a 15 year old domestic nurse, Edward's sister was living with them. In 1911 the family were at Comphurst, Wartling. William was a 67 year old farm labourer, their son Edward a 38 year old builders labourer, was married but was living with his parents at the time that the census was taken. Their 26 year old daughter, Fanny was a domestic servant. Also at the address was their grandson Edward Unsted, a 16 year old farm labourer.

Betsey Unsted died in 1923.

Edward Usted died in 1926.

Edward and Betsey's daughter Rosina Unsted married Ernest Albert Turton in 1894. In 1901 they were living at The Grocers Shop, Yiewsley, Middlesex where 27 year old Ernest was a grocer. In 1911 they were living at London House, High Street, Yiewsley. They had five children

  • Rose Turton. Born 7 June 1895 in Yiewsley. Rosa Turton of 13 Crescent Close, Polgate died on 22 August 1987.
  • Alfred Turton. Born 1896 in Yiewsley. In 1915 Alfred, a grocers assistant enlisted in the Royal Fusiliers. Alfred Turton of Station Road, West Drayton, Middlesex died on 27 June 1960 at Hillingdon Hospital. Probate was granted to Annie Francis Ruby Harris, widow.
  • Mary Turton. Born 4 April 1899 in Yiewsley. Mary appears to have never married and died in 1988 in Hillingdon, Middlesex.
  • Edward Turton. Born 1902 in Yiewsley.
  • George Turton. Born 1906 in Yiewsley. George died in 1984 in Eastbourne.

In 1939 Ernest and Rosina were living at 189 High Street, Yiewsley where Ernest was a grocer. Daughters Rose and Mary were still at home. Ernest Albert Turton of 189 High Street, Yiewsley died on 24 January 1953. Probate was granted to Alfred Turton, watchmaker and jeweller and Edward Turton, draper. Rosina Turton of 189 High Street, Yiewsley died on 26 August 1957. Probate was granted to Alfred Turton, watchmaker and jeweller and Edward Turton, draper.

Edward and Betsey's daughter Mary Unsted married Edward Tassell in 1888. In 1891 they were living at 20 Humphrey Avenue, Hastings where 31 year old Edward was a fishmonger. His 23 year old wife Mary was a dressmaker. In 1901 they were living in Herstmonceux where 41 year old Edward was a fishmonger and his 33 year old wife Mary remained a dressmaker. Edward and Mary had two children:

  • Edward Victor Tassell. Baptised 10 November 1889 in Hastings. Edward married Caroline Millicent Harman in 1916. Private Edward Victor Tassell of the Royal Inskilling Fusilliers died on 27 March 1918 in action. He was buried in Pozieries Memorial, France. Caroline Millicent Tassell died in 1971.
  • George Thomas Tassell. Baptised 11 November 1894 in Hastings. George Thomas Tassell of 60 Milward Road, Hastings died on 4 June 1862. Probate was granted to Peter George Tassell, funeral directors assistant.

In 1939 Edward and Mary were living at 569 St Leonards, Bexhill Road, Hastings. Edward was a retired furniture dealer. Edward Tassell of 569 St Leonards, Bexhill on Sea died on 7 January 1950 at The Royal East Sussex Hospital, Hastings. Probate was granted to George Thomas Tassell, sub postmaster and Caroline Millicent Tassell, widow. Mary Tassell of 60 Milward Road, Hastings died on 15 December 1965 at Oaklands Nursing Home, Old Roar Road, St Leonards on Sea. Probate was granted to Caroline Millicent Tassell, widow and Norman Cyril Tassell, electrical board clerk.

In 1891 Edward and Betsey's daughter Kate Unsted, aged 21 was a housemaid living and working for for Maria Kimpton, aged 43 living on her own means at 65 Hollingway Road, Islington. In 1901 she was a 29 year old servant, a housemaid living and working with Edwin C Gammon, a 39 year old medical practitioner at The Limes, Wartling. In 1911 Kate was 44 year old servant still working for Edwin Gammon, a 48 year old surgeon and living at Boreham, Hailsham. In 1939 Kate was living with her brother Nicholas George Unsted at Field Cottage, Windmill Hill. Kate Unsted of Floral Cottage, Windmill Hill, spinster died on 13 January 1962 at St Marys Hospital, Eastbourne. Probate was granted to Nicholas George Unsted, horticulturist.

In 1911 Edward and Betsey's son William Unsted was 38 years old, but was still living with his parents at Comphurst. Nothing more is known.

Edward and Betsey's son Edward Unsted married Elizabeth Saunders in 1893. They had three children:

  • Edwin William Unsted. Born 1895. Edwin was a self employed gardener when he enlisted for the duration of World War I. Edward William Unsted of 1 Rocklands Cottage, Victoria Road, Herstmonceux died on 16 October 1977.
  • Herbert Stanley Unsted. Born 1898. Herbert married Elizabeth E Lee in 1919 in Bangor. They had two children. Herbert Stanley Unsted had died by 1932 when his widow remarried. Elizabeth died in 1979.
  • Dorothea Gladys Unsted. Born 28 December 1900 in Bexhill. Dorothea married Christopher Christian Frederick Buckling. Charles Christian Frederick Buckling of 20 Church Street, Weymouth, died on 31 May 1956. Probate was granted to to Dorothea Gladys Buckling. Dorothea died on 10 June 1981 in Weybridge.

Edward was widowed and remarried in 1920. His second wife was Charlotte Emily Saunders. Edward Unsted, a 47 year old widower, bricklayers labourer of Brewery House, Windmill Hill married Charlotte, aged 33 of Post Office, Boreham Street, daughter of Alfred Saunders, roadman. Edward and Charlotte had a daughter

  • Maud Eileen Unsted. Born 16 June 1915 in Herstmonceux. Maud married Ronald Everden in 1938. Maud died in 1982.

In 1939 Edward and Charlotte were living at 2 Posey Green, Hailsham,. Edward was a bricklayer. Edward Unsted died on 11 June 1959 at Posey Cottage, Windmill Hill. He was 85 years old and a retired builders bricklayer. Charlotte Emily Unsted died in 1972.

Edward and Betsey's daughter Emma Unsted married Spencer George Hook. They had a son

  • Edward Spencer Cecil Hook. Born 17 November 1911 in London, Edward married Gladys Bunting in 1941. He died in 1991.

In 1939 Spencer and Emma were living at 40, The Parade, Epsom and Ewell. Spencer was a retired police constable. Spencer George Hook died in 1940 in Surrey.

In 1892 Edward and Betsey's son Thomas Unsted, an 18 year old labourer enlisted in the Royal Sussex Regiment. Nothing more is known about him.

In 1911 Edward and Betsey's son Nicholas George Unsted "George" was a 29 year old market gardener living at Ellind Mill Hill, Hailsham. His sister Alice, a 27 year old housekeeper was living with him. In 1939 Nicholas was living at Field Cottage, Windmill Hill where he was a market gardener. His unmarried sister Kate was living with him. Nicholas George Unsted is believed to have died in 1970.

In 1911 Edward and Betsey's daughter Alice Unsted was living with her brother George. In 1915 she married Frederick George Nugent. In 1939 Frederick and Alice were living at Field House, Windmill Hill and Frederick was a market gardener. Alice Nugent (wife of Frederick George Nugent) of Field House, Herstmonceux died on 19 April 1947. Administration was granted to Frederick George Nugent, florist. Frederick George Nugent of Field House, Herstmonceux died on 1 December 1955 at St Marys Hospital, Eastbourne. Probate was Stanley Nugent Dawkins, company director.

In 1911 Edward and Betsey's daughter Fanny Unsted was living with her parents, aged 15 she was already a domestic servant. Nothing more is known about her.

Finally Edward and Betsey's, Charlie Unsted, on 4 July 1904 he started work as a railway porter at Wivelsfield station. In 1910 he married Maud Leslie Isted. In 1911 they were living at Burdell House, George Street, Hastings. They had:

  • Leslie Unsted. Born 2 November 1910. Leslie married Catherine Elizabeth F Packham in 1938. Leslie died in 1997. Catherine died in 2006.
  • Cecil Unsted. Born 10 November 1919. Cecil married Teresa M Shipcott in 1958. Cecil died in 1992.

Maud Leslie Unsted died in 1969 in Eastbourne.

Jane Morley nee Unsted

Jane Unsted married James Morley on 10 May 1873 at Herstmonceux, Sussex. James, aged 30 was the son of James Morley. His wife Jane was 23 years old.

In 1881 they were living at Fairlight Road, Fairlight where 42 year old James was a general labourer. In 1891 they were living at Ore, Sussex. They had four children:

  • Sarah Jane Morley. Baptised 16 May 1875 at Herstmonceux
  • James Thomas Morley. Baptised 15 October 1876 at Herstmonceux
  • Mary Ann Morley. Born 1879
  • Fanny Morley. Born 1883

In 1901 James and Jane were living at 19 Winchelsea Road, Hastings. James, aged 61 was still a general labourer. All of their children had left home. They were still at that address in 1911.

In 1891 James and Jane's daughter Sarah Jane Morley was a 16 year old scullery maid working for the proprietoress of a boarding house at 50 and 51 Eversfield Place, Hastings.

In 1889 James and Jane's son James Thomas Morley had married Betsy Beatrice Louisa Doodes and by 1901 they were living at 2 Rose Cottage, Oakfield Road, Hastings where 24 year old James was a general labourer. Betsey Beatrice Louisa Morley of 4 School Road, Hastings died on 30 April 1976.

James and Jane's daughter Mary Ann Morley married Robert Gooday in 1900. In 1901 they were living at 127a Emmanuel Road, Hastings where 29 year old Robert was a bricklayers labourer. In 1911 they were living at 29 Whitefriars Road, Hastings. Robert 39 was a builders bricklayer. They had two children:

  • Robert Gooday. Born 28 May 1901. Robert married Evelyn May De Gruchy in 1944. Evelyn died on 14 September 1988 at 33 Park Road, Hastings. Robert died on 14 October 1995 at 33 Park Road, Hastings.
  • Ellen Kate May Gooday. Born 15 September 1906. Ellen married Bernard Charles Carpenter in 1933. Bernard Charles Carpenter of 104 De Beavoir Road, Reading died on 13 September 1953. Ellen Kate May Carpenter died in 1996.

Robert Gooday of 9 Parker Road, Hastings died on 15 July 1962. Probate was granted to Mary Ann Gooday, widow. Mary Ann Gooday of 9 Parker Road, Hastings died on 15 September 1965 at Mount Pleasant Hospital, Hastings. Probate was granted to Robert Gooday, corporation official and Ellen Kate May Carpenter, widow.

Nothing more is known about James and Jane's daughter Fanny Morley after 1891 when still a child she was living with her parents. 

William Unsted and Frances Humphrey

William Unsted married Frances Humphrey on 2 November 1872 at Ticehurst, Sussex. Frances was the daughter of John Humphrey.

In 1881 they were living in St Leonards, Hastings. William Unsted was a laundryman and his wife Frances was a laundress. The census confirms William had been born in Wartling and Frances in Ticehurst. They had three children

  • William Unsted. Born 1874 in Herstmonceux
  • John Unsted. Born 1876 in Hastings.
  • Edward Unsted. Born 1877 in Hastings

Also at the address was Mary Jenner, a 26 year old laundry maid, Elizabeth Wood, aged 13 , domestic servant and James Hyland , a 38 year old bricklayer who was lodging with them.

In 1891 William Unsted and wife Frances were living in The Laundry, Brighton Road, Frant. They were still a laundry man and laundress. The census again confirms that Frances was 8 years older than her husband. All three children remain at home. Their youngest son is 12 years old and the census shows that Horace Cockburn, also aged 12 was visiting them. Also at the address were two laundry maids.

I can find no trace of the family in the 1901 census.

In 1911 William and Frances were living at 53 Lansdowne Road, Old Charlton, Kent. They were still in the laundry business. Their neice, Mary Unsted, a 19 year old domestic servant was living with them (see below), along with Ellen Elizabeth Holmwood, another domestic servant and Mary agnes Hayward, aged 44, a laundry maid who was visiting them.

In 1907 William and Frances' son William Unsted married Ellen. In 1911 they were living at 41 North Street, Redhill. Surrey where William was a railway driver engineer. They had three children:

  • Nellie Katherine Unsted. Born 1897 in Redhill
  • Frances Margaret Unsted. Born 1 January 1908. Baptised 5 April 1908 at St John's, Redhilll
  • Willliam Unsted. Born 1909 in Redhill. William married Emily Florence Wright on 3 August 1935 at Bletchingley, St Mary, Surrey. Emily died in 2006.

William and Frances' son John Unsted married Clara Grant on 17 August 1903 at Adderbury, Oxfordshire.

Nothing more is known about William and Frances' son Edward Unsted.

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Mary Unsted

In 1871 Mary Unsted was a 20 year old domestic servant living with and working for Tildew Chapman, a 54 year old cabinet maker and his wife Sarah at 7 St Andrews Road, St Mary in the Castle, Hastings. Nothing more is known about her. 

Naomi Geal nee Unsted

In 1871 Naomi Unsted was a 17 year old general servant living and working for John Fisher, a 58 year old builder and labourer living with and working for No 1 The Leas, Eastbourne.

Naomi married Nelson Geal in 1873 at Hastings.

In 1881 they were living at 24 Newgate Road, Hastings St Leonards, where 28 year old Nelson was a general labourer. They were still living there in 1891, Nelson was a labourer and Naomi is described as a general shopkeeper. Their eldest son was an errand boy.

They had eight children:

  • Caroline Jane Geal. Born 1876 in Hastings
  • Walter Richard Geal. Born 26 January 1879 in St Leonards
  • William Charles Geal. Born 1881 in Hastings
  • Ellen Noami Geal. Born 1883 in Hastings
  • Fanny Elizabeth Geal. Born 14 June 1886 in Hastings
  • Alice Rose Geal. Born 1889 in Hastings
  • Edith Annie Geal. Born 1 September 1892 in Hastings
  • Millie Margaret Geal. Born 1894 in Hastings.

In 1901 the family were still living at 24 Newgate Road. Only Alice, Edith and Millie remained at home. They were still there in 1911 and only Millie remained at home.

Noami Geal died in 1936.

In 1891 Nelson and Noami's daughter Caroline Jane Geal was a domestic servant, aged 15 living and working for Louisa Beal, a 61 year old widow living on her own means at 5 St Matthews Drive, St Leonards. Caroline Jane Geal married Herbert Metcalfe at St Margarets, Regents Park. Both give their address aas 97 Regents Park Road Herbert, a 27 year old doorman was the son of William Metcalfe (deceased). Caroline's father is shown as a potmaker. 

In 1901 they were living at 148 Regents Park Road, St Pancreas and 28 year old Herbert was a farrier. In 1911 they were living at 12 Sharplehall Street, St Pancras. Herbert was a Farrier for the LNW Railway. They had a 10 year old son Herbert William Metcalfe. Caroline's sister Fanny Elizabeth Geal was also living with them (see below). In 1920 Herbert and Caroline were still living at Sharplehall Street. Caroline Jane Metcalfe of 7 Ayloffe Road, Colchester died on 2 February 1953. Probate was granted to Harold George Dine, painter and Albert Edwards, storekeeper. Her son Herbert William Metcalfe enlisted in Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment in 1919. He died in 1974 in Sutton, Surrey.

Nelson and Noami's son Walter Richard Geal married Alice Road Broadhurst in 1902 in Lambeth. In 1911 they were living at 25 Darlington Road, West Norwood where Walter was a general labourer and Alice worked in a laundry. They had at least four children

  • Irene Geal. Born 1901
  • Frank Geal. Born 1903
  • Elsie Geal. Born 22 January 1908
  • William Charles Geal. Born 11 December 1909.

In 1939 they were living at 40 Moore Road, SE19 where Walter was a general labourer and Alice a housewife. Also living with them was Harold George Geal, born 1920. It is possible Walter died on 11 January 1963. Walter Richard Geal of 40, Moore Road, London, SE19 died at Croydon General Hospital. Probate was granted to Frank Nelson Geal, plumber.

Nelson and Noami's William Charles Geal married Amy Sullivan and in 1911 they were living at 34 Belmont Street, London where 29 year old William was a carman. They had a son

  • Arthur William Geal. Born 19 April 1911

In 1939 they were living at 24 Hampden Road, Hitchen where William was a mobile crane driver.

Nelson and Noami's daughter Ellen Naomi Geal married Andrew Stanbridge at St Marks, Regents Park on 23 August 1909. Both give their address as 12 Sharple Hall Street. Andrew was a 37 year old farmer, the son of William Stanbridge, farmer. 

Andrew and Ellen appear to have emigrated to Canada. In 1911 they were living at 210 Alberton Street, British Columbia. They had two children:

  • Herbert Bruce Stanbridge. Born 2 December 1910 at New Westminster, Columbia. Herbert married Dorothy Helen Mannering. Herbert died 29 August 1985 at at Powell River, British Columbia.
  • Ralph Andrew Stanbridge. Born 28 June 1912 at New Westminster, Columbia. Ralph died on 17 June 1983 in Surrey, British Columbia.

Andrew Stanbridge died on 19 August 1912 at New Westminster, Columbia. Ellen remarried on 28 February 1914 at New Westminster. Her second husband was Charles Stapley. They had a son

  • Wilfred Charles Stapley. Born 1915.

In 1921 Charles and Ellen were living at 349 13th Avenue, Burnaby Municipality, New Westminster. Ellen returned to England in 1930, arriving back in Montreal on 24 August 1930. Charles Stapley died on 21 November 1956 aged 80 years old. Ellen died on 18 December 1968 at New Westminster.

in 1901 Nelson and Noami's daughter Fanny Elizabeth Geal was a housemaid, aged 15 living and working at Winchester House School, Pevensey Road West, St Leonards. On 13 June 1907, Fanny's sister Millie (see below) writes to her at Merton Road, South Hampstead, London as follows "Dear Fanny. I wish you many happy returns of the day. I hope you are all quite well. Your loving sister Millie. Alice sends her love". The postcard has been posted on Ancestry.co.uk by "righthip". In 1911 Fanny was living with her sister Caroline Jane Metcalfe at 12 Sharples Hall Street, St Pancras. Aged 24 she is working as a housemaid. Nothing more is known about her.

In 1901 Nelson and Noami's daughter Alice Rose Geal was living at home with her parents. Nothing more is known about her.

Nelson and Noami's daughter Edith Annie Geal emigrated to Canada. She married Albert George Dine on 1912 at Angllican Cathedral Holy Trinity Church, Quebec. Albert and Edith had arrived in Quebec on 10 November 1912. Albert George Dine had been living with his parents in Hastings at the time the 1911 census was taken on on 2 April. He was a 21 year old hairdresser. By the time the 1911 Canadian census was taken on 1 June he was boarding with Elizabeth Griffin and was working for the railway. It is not clear when he returned to England, but when he comes back with in 1912 he is described as "returning". Their daughter Gwendoline Mary Dine was born on 26 August 1913 in Canada. The family returned to England arriving in Liverpool on 11 May 1914. A further child Harold George Dine was born on 23 June 1918 at Hastings. Albert George Dine of 18 Old Humphreys Avenue, Hastings died on 12 July 1966 at St Helens Hospital, Hastings. Probate was granted to Sidney George Hubert Griffin, removal contractor. Edith Annie Dine died in 1979 in Hastings. Their daughter Gwendoline married Sidney H J Griffin in 1935. Gwendoline died in 2006 in Hastings. Harold George Dine married Dorothy Elizabeth Veness in 1945 in Hastings. Dorothy was the daughter of William Barlow Veness. As far as i can tell he is not connected to my "Veness" line. Harold and Dorothy had a son Brian H Dine who was born in 1947. Harold George Dine of 59, Barley Lane, Hastings died on 13 June 1983. Dorothy died in 2000.

Finally on 13 June 1907, Nelson and Noami's daughter Millie Margaret Geal writes to her sister Fanny (see above). Her address at the time was Comphurst, Wartling. Millie Margaret Geal crossed from Canada to the USA for a two day visit on 1 August 1939. She had arrived in Quebec on 1 May 1939. She was destined for the Washington Hotel in Seattle. She gives her address as Harold Road, Clydedale, Hastings. Her nearest relative was her sister Edith Dine of 18 Old Humphreys Avenue, Hastings. Millie married Walter J Norton in 1948 in Hastings. Millie Margaret Norton died of 7 Alpine Road, Hastings died on 27 January 1976

Fanny Unsted

In 1881 Fanny Unsted was a 25 year old parlour maid living and working for Martha D Carr, a 40 year old independant, at 3 Wellington Square, Hastings. Nothing more is known about her. 

Nicholas John Unsted

In 1881 Nicholas was living with his widowed mother Jane at Windmill Hill. He was a 21 year old blacksmith.

Nicholas is believed to have married in 1889.

Nothing more is known about Nicholas. 

Thomas Unsted and Amy Maria

In 1891 Thomas was a 25 year old agricultural labourer living at Wales House, Wartling. He had married Amy Maria in 1887

In 1901 they were living at the Holmes Cottage, Waldron where 38 year old Thomas was a carter on a farm.

Thomas and Amy had seven children:

  • William Unsted. Born 1887 in Wartling
  • Mabel Unsted. Born 1888 in Wartling
  • Rose Unsted. Baptised 29 December 1889 in Wartling
  • Mary Unsted. Baptised 6 December 1891 at Wartling
  • John Unsted. Born 1895
  • Nellie Unsted. Born 1899
  • Emily Jane Unsted. Born 1901 in Waldron

In 1911 the family are living at Farm Cottage, Broomhill Bank, Lower Green, Tunbridge where 48 year old Thomas was a farm labourer. Son John, aged 16 was a shop assistant.

Nothing more is known about most of Thomas and Amy's children.

In 1911 their daughter Rose was a house parlour maid living and working for Henry Stuart Marlson Jack, a secretary to public companies and his family at 4 The Mansions, Kensington.

In 1911 their daughter Mary was living with her uncle William Unsted at 53 Lansdowne Road, Old Charlton, Kent (see above).

Thomas and Amy's daughter Nellie Unsted married Geoffrey Richard Apps in 1928. She died in 1994. Geoffrey Richard Apps of Green Lawns, Stream Lane, Hawkhurst, Kent died on 27 February 1995

George Unsted

George Unsted enlisted and was a gunner in "A" Division, Royal Artillery when he died on 20 July 1904 at Woolwich. His mother Jane is his next of kin. 

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