An ordinary agricultural labourer and the child of Charles Culmer (a farm waggoner) and Charlotte Coleman (a pauper), Charles Culmer, the great-great-uncle of Nigel Horne, was born in Monkton, Kent, England on 5 Dec 18521,2,3,4,5,6,7 and married Emma Beak (with whom he had 11 children: Henry Gage, Charlotte Ann, Alfred, Charles, William James, George, Fred, Edith Emily, Edward, Arthur Thomas and Georgina Hannah) at St Mildred's Church, Preston, Kent, England on 22 Aug 18748.
During his life, he was living at Monkton Street, Monkton on 7 Apr 1861; at Monkton Parsonage, Monkton Street, Monkton on 2 Apr 1871; at The Square, Stourmouth, Kent on 3 Apr 1881; in Westmarsh, Kent on 5 Apr 1891; at Chalk Hole Cottages, Garlinge, Kent on 31 Mar 1901; and at Newport Cottage, Lydden Farm, Garlinge, Kent on 2 Apr 1911.
He died on 21 Jun 1915 in Thanet, Kent7.
Location for 1861 (Monkton Street, Monkton, Kent, England) differs from mother's (Monkton, Kent, England)
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