~ GINDER FAMILY ~
Here lies the body of
He departed this life Novr.
the 5th 1779 aged 61 years
Also DULSIBELLA his
wife. She died December the
25th 1791 aged 80 years.
"Marriage, November, at Canterbury, Mr. Murton to Miss Ginder." The Monthly Magazine, 1798
Thomas GINDER, of Gray's Inn, gent., bachelor, 20 and Dorothy Deane, spinster, about 21, daughter of Vicent Deane, of the city of Canterbury, esq., who consents at St. Giles in the Fields, or St. Pancras, Middlesex. 15 May 1682. F. London Marriage Licences 1521-1869
1909 Sydney Appleyard Ginder - Bookseller, of 45 St. George's Street *James MacMahon was working for him aged 15 yrs (7 Canterbury Lane) as an errand boy (he was later convicted of stealing items over an 8 month period. His mother was Phillis MacMahon of Canterbury Lane. He was sent to Church Army House Maidstone for some of his punishment. (Jan 30, 1909) CCA-CC J/V/1909/5
1860's John GINDER, Almsman (St. John's Hospital)
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