A coleman heavy worker foreman and the child of Charles Culmer (a coal dealer) and Mary Lawrence, Albert Culmer, the second cousin twice-removed on the mother's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Faversham, Kent, England on 3 Sep 18841,2,3 and married Daisy Thompson (with whom he had 2 children: Albert Alan Charles and John Thomas) in Strood, Kent, England c. May 19105.
During his life, he was living at 56 Tanners Street, Faversham on 5 Apr 1891, less than a mile from his cousin on his father's side Alice Jordan who was living at 2 Mill Place, Faversham, Kent, England and his cousin on his father's side Christopher Jordan, cousin on his father's side Phoebe Jordan, cousin on his father's side Edith Jordan and cousin on his father's side Rosamond Jordan who were living at 2 Mill Place, Faversham, Kent, England1; at 22 Station Road, Frindsbury, Kent on 31 Mar 19016; at 14 Hone Street, Strood on 2 Apr 1911, less than a mile from his brother Frederick Culmer who was living at Newark Street, Strood, Kent, England7; and at 31 Cross Street, Rochester, Kent on 29 Sep 1939, less than a mile from his cousin on his father's side Jessie Coombs who was living at 18 Pine Road, Rochester, Kent, England and his first cousin once-removed on his father's side Reginald Goodhew who was living at 18 Pine Road, Rochester, Kent, England2.
He died c. Aug 1968 in Chatham, Kent4. He served in the military on 1914-1920 (soldier Number: 33466, Rank: Private, Corps: Royal Fusiliers).
Harry Culmer residence is same location probably should be recorded as the same address (' Tanners Street, Faversham, Kent, England'/' 56 Tanners Street, Faversham, Kent, England') in 1891
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