A domestic servant and the child of Thomas Stupple (a bricklayer's labourer) and Ann Gammon (a charwoman), Emma Stupple, the first cousin three-times-removed on the mother's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Herne Bay, Kent, England on 29 Aug 18751,2,3, was baptised there at Christ Church on 3 Oct 1875 and was married to Joseph Dane (a master mariner with whom she had 8 children: Francis, Louisa Alice Maud, May Flower, Lily Josephine, Albert, Violet Elizabeth, Rose Victoria, and Daisy Lillian) at St Mary Of Charity, Faversham, Kent, England on 1 Jan 18965.
During her life, she was living at Nursery Gardens, Herne, Kent on 3 Apr 18811 - less than a mile from her uncle James, sister Nellie Stupple, and sister Elizabeth Stupple who were living at 10 Victoria Terrace, Herne Bay, Kent, England and her cousin on her father's side Frederick and cousin on her father's side James Stuppell who were living at 10 Victoria Terrace, Herne Bay, Kent, England; at King Street, Herne Bay on 5 Apr 18916 - less than a mile from her uncle Abraham Mount who was living at 2 Salts Lane, Herne Bay, Kent, England; at 3 Danes Cottage, Faversham on 31 Mar 19018; at Quay Lane, Faversham on 2 Apr 19117; and at 24 South Road, Faversham on 29 Sept 19392.
She died c. May 1963 in Sittingbourne, Kent, England4.
Date of residence (3 Apr 1881) differs from mother's in same year (1881)
Not living with either parent in childhood when aged 15
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