A coal dealer and the child of George Culmer (an agricultural labourer) and Harriet Marten, Charles Culmer, the first cousin three-times-removed on the mother's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Canterbury, Kent, England c. Nov 18551 and was married to Mary Lawrence (with whom he had 15 children: Frederick Percy, George James, Alice Harriet, Harry Robert, Albert Thomas, Ada Elsie, Florence Emma, Emily Rose, Charles Ernest, Nellie Louisa, Valentine Frank, Jesse Arthur, and Alick Lawrence, along with 2 surviving children) at St Mary Of Charity's Church, Church Road, Faversham, Kent, England on 22 Aug 18753.
During his life, he was living at St Thomas Hill, Canterbury on 7 Apr 18614; at 56 Tanners Street, Faversham on 3 Apr 18815 and on 5 Apr 18916; at 19 Cecil Avenue, Strood, Kent on 31 Mar 19017; and at 39 Cross Street, Strood, Kent on 2 Apr 19118.
He died c. Feb 1922 in Strood, Kent, England2.
Census information missing between Census UK 1861 and Census UK 1881
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