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Alfred Minter (born c. 1875, Faraley (?), Hants

Alfred makes his sole appearance in the 1901 census; aged 26 he was in the armourers crew aboard the Duke of Wellington, a Royal Navy ship.
Alfred Minter (born 1884 (?), place unknown

The 1901 census has an entry for Alfred, a student in the Home for Homeless, Horton Kirby, Kent. His age is uncertain but looks like 17.
Amelia Minter (born c. 1826, Middlesex)

Amelia is in the 1841 census, aged 15, a milliner at 9 Bruton Street, St George Hanover Square, Mayfair, London.
Amy Minter (born c. 1765, Essex)

Amy, at 76, of independent means, lived in Fullbridge, St Peter, Maldon, Essex at the time of the 1841 census. She was probably related to the Maldon group of Minters but the link has yet to be established.
Ann Minter

Ann Minter married by license as a spinster of St Mary Magdalene Canterbury on 19 April 1713 at St Mary Magdalene Canterbury to John Lanes, a bachelor of Fish Street, London. Ann had a daughter Ann Minter prior to her marriage, baptised on 24 February 1730/31 at St Mary Magdalene Canterbury. The daughter may have been buried, aged 89 on 15 November 1822 at St Georges Canterbury.
Ann Minter

Ann Minter married Edward Wickham at St Mary, Dover in 1754. Ann could be Ann baptised 2 May 1731 of the Folkestone group.
Ann Minter (born c. 1810, Whitstable, Kent)

Ann appears in the 1881 census, aged 70 a widow, living as a head of household in West's Passage, St Dunstans, Canterbury, Kent.
Ann Minter (born c. 1820, London)

The 1891 census has an indistinct entry which looks like Ann Minter, 71, widow, a patient at Haggerston, Shoreditch, London.
Ann Minter (born c. 1821)

Ann is in the 1841 census, age 20, a servant in Half Moon Street, Diss, Norfolk. She was born outside Norfolk.

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