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Name: Amelia Carter

Burial Number: 0743

Gender: Female

Occupation: Lodging House Assistant; Lodging House Keeper;

Born: 00/00/1836

Died: 00/4/1914

Buried: 23/04/1914

Story

Amelia was born in St Olaves, London. Her parents were Henry and Anne (née Sutton) Dancer. Anne appears to have been widowed before Amelia was 17 and she ran a lodging house. Amelia married George James Carter on 13 June 1867 and they lived with Anne Dancer. Amelia assisted her mother in her lodging house business and whenever they moved it was to the same sort of business. George was a carpenter until by 1881, Anne presumably having died, Amelia carried on the business while George was still a carpenter. By 1891, Both Amelia and George ran a lodging house. After George died in 1893, Amelia continued as a lodging house keeper. The 1911 census revealed they had no children. Amelia was buried at Heene on 23 April 1914

Researcher: Angela Levy

The Grave

No headstone image available

Location in Cemetery

Area: SWS Row: 7 Plot: 16

Exact Location (what3words): bind.finely.oldest

Ashes or Urn: Unknown

Headstone

Description:

No description of the headstone has been added.

Inscription:

In loving memory of George James Carter who died July 4th 1893 aged 50 years "Though Thou shouldst call me to rest.........Thy will be done"

Further Information

Birth

Name: Amelia Carter

Gender: Female

Born: 00/00/1836

Town: Unknown

County: London

Country: England

Marriage

Maiden Name:Dancer

Marriage Date: 13/6/1867

Spouse First Name: George

Spouse Second Name: James

Spouse Last Name: Carter

Town of Marriage: Worthing

County of Marriage: London

Country of Marriage: England

Information at Death

Date of Death: 00/4/1914

Cause of death: Unknown

Town: Unknown

County: Unknown

Country: Unknown

Obituary

No obituary has been entered.

Personal Effects

Money left to others: No value recorded

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information

1841

Not Found

1851

20, Steyne, Broadwater
Anne Dancer, 40 ; Amelia Dancer, 17, daughter

1861

5, Marine Parade, Broadwater
Anne Dancer, 57 (sic); Amelia Carter, 27;

1871

45, Marine Parade, Broadwater
Ann(sic) Dancer, 69 (sic); Amelia Carter, 34 (sic); George James Carter, 28

1881

76, Marine Parade, Broadwater
George James Carter, 38; Amelia Carter, 45, plus a housekeeper

1891

‘Kai Terri’, 44, Rowlands Road, Worthing
George James Carter, 48; Amelia Carter, 55; plus 2 lodgers

1901

‘Auckland House’, Heene (sic)
Amelia Carter,64 (sic); plus a lodger and a servant

1911

‘Auckland House’, 42, Rowlands Road, Worthing
Amelia Carter, 73; and a servant

Miscellaneous Information

Perhaps nowadays Steyne and Marine Parade are Worthing not Broadwater.
45, Marine Parade is approximately where Marks and Spencer’s seafront entrance is and this address was where the father of Walter Douglas Carver (whom Carol has just researched)lived in 1899.