A cemetery caretaker, asylum farm foreman, butchers assistant, cemetery caretaker and licensed victualler and the child of William Deal (a bailiff asylum farm) and Sarah Dale (a caretaker of bridge union workhouse), Austin Deal, the first cousin twice-removed on the father's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Chartham, Kent, England on 23 Dec 18761,2, was baptised there on 11 Feb 1877 and and married Emily Kenton (with whom he had 3 children: Eardley, William Richard and Hilda Mary) at St George's Church, Ramsgate, Kent, England on 19 Jan 19014.
During his life, he was living at Asylum Farm Cottages, Chartham on 3 Apr 1881, less than a mile from his great-grandmother Rebecca Crockford who was living at The Green, Chartham, Kent, England5; at Asylum Cottages, Chartham on 5 Apr 1891, less than a mile from his father William Deal who was living at Old Road, Chartham, Kent, England and his great-grandfather Edward Dale who was living at Milton Cottage, Chartham, Kent, England6; at 6 Dane Park Road, Ramsgate on 31 Mar 19018; at Kent County Lunatic Asylum, Chartham on 2 Apr 19117; at Railway Tavern, Chartham in Dec 1915; at Cemetery Lodge, Chartham on 29 Sep 19391; and at 5 Broadway Mansions, Fulham, London, England in 1950.
He died on 20 Feb 1950 at Fulham Hospital, Hammersmith, London3. He served in the military from 10 Dec 1915 to 21 Oct 1918 (army - Labour Corps Invalided out with lumbago).
Residence record for Dec 1915 contains no citation
Residence record for 1950 contains no citation
Location for 1881 (Asylum Farm Cottages, Chartham, Kent, England) differs from mother's (Asylum Cottages, Chartham, Kent, England)
Date of residence (3 Apr 1881) differs from mother's in same year (1881)
Listed in the residence for 2 Apr 1911, but spouse Emily Kenton is not
Listed in the residence for Dec 1915, but spouse Emily Kenton is not
Location for the event between 10 Dec 1915 and 21 Oct 1918 is empty
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