A market gardener and the child of Charles Culmer (an ordinary agricultural labourer) and Emma Beak, Edward Culmer, the first cousin twice-removed on the mother's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Sarre, Kent, England on 23 Jan 18941,2, was baptised in St Nicholas-at-Wade, Kent, England on 18 Mar 1894 and and married Hannah Bootes (with whom he had 1 child, Kenneth E) in Thanet, Kent, England c. Nov 19253.
During his life, he was living at 1 Chalk Hole Cottages, Flete, Kent on 31 Mar 19015; at Newports Lydden Farm, Flete, Kent on 2 Apr 19116; and at Lydden Farm, Valley Road, Flete, Kent in 19384, on 29 Sep 19391 and in 1958.
He died on 15 Oct 1958 at Grove House Nursing Home, Garlinge, Kent2.
Residence record for 1958 contains no citation
Location for 31 Mar 1901 (1 Chalk Hole Cottages, Flete, Kent, England) differs from father's (Chalk Hole Cottages, Garlinge, Kent, England)
Charles Culmer residence is same location probably should be recorded as the same address (' Chalk Hole Cottages, Garlinge, Kent, England'/' 1 Chalk Hole Cottages, Flete, Kent, England') in 1901
Listed in the residence for 1938, but spouse Hannah Bootes is not
Listed in the residence for 1958, but spouse Hannah Bootes is not
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