The child of George Culmer (an agricultural labourer) and Harriet Marten, Julia Culmer, the first cousin three-times-removed on the mother's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Canterbury, Kent, England on 17 Apr 18521,2, was baptised there at St Andrew's Church on 23 May 1852 and was married to James Jordan (a horse keeper with whom she had 10 children: Louisa, Frederick John Thomas, Alice Ann Harriet, Rosamond Julia, Edith Emma Nellie, Phoebe May, and Christopher Gerald, along with 3 surviving children) at St Mary Of Charity Church, Church Road, Faversham, Kent, England on 1 Apr 18764.
During her life, she was living at St Thomas Hill, Canterbury on 7 Apr 18615 and at 2 Mill Place, Faversham on 3 Apr 18817 - less than a mile from her brother Charles who was living at 56 Tanners Street, Faversham, Kent, England,, on 5 Apr 18916, on 31 Mar 19018, on 2 Apr 19119 and on 29 Sept 19391 which is where she died on 20 Feb 19443 (hypostatic congestion following a fall at home).
Census information missing between Census UK 1861 and Census UK 1881
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