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Benjamin Chatten
(Abt 1833-1902)
Mary Allum
(Cir 1833-1869)
George Nunn
(Abt 1813-)
Eliza
(Abt 1829-)
Shadrach Chatten
(1865-)
Margaret Nunn
(Abt 1868-)
Herbert Bramwell Chatten
(1914-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Dorothy M Curtis

Herbert Bramwell Chatten

  • Born: 1914, Fressingfield, Suffolk
  • Marriage (1): Dorothy M Curtis in 1943 in Edmonton, London
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bullet  General Notes:

births Jun qtr 1914 Chatten Herbert B Nunn Hartismere 4a 1883 ?

Some details supplied by family descendent
Born Wood Farm, Fressingfield, Suffolk.
He married Dorothy M Curtis abt September 1943 in Edmonton.

1921 Census Cratfield Road, Fressingfield, Suffolk
First name Last name Relationship to head Sex Birth year Age in years Birth place Occupation Employer
Shadrack Chatten Head Male 56 Brockdish, Norfolk Farm Bailiff Unable To Work Invalid -
Margaret Chatten Wife Female 51 Beccles, Suffolk Home Duties Private
George Chatten Son Male 29 Wissett, Suffolk Apprentice To Bricklayers F R Hipperson Trowse Norwich
Percy Chatten Son Male 21 Bungay, Suffolk Farm Labourer Fred Watts Metfield Hall
Albert Chatten Son Male 17 St Lawrence, Suffolk Farm Labourer F Walts Metfield Farmer
Mary Chatten Daughter Female 14 St Lawrence, Suffolk Home Duties Private
Benjamin Chatten Son Male 12 St Lawrence, Suffolk - -
Herbert Chatten Son Male 7 Mendham, Suffolk - -
Thomas William Chatten Grandson Male 5 Fressingfield, Suffolk - -
Florence Chatten Granddaughter Female 4 Ellingham, Norfolk - -
Walter Chatten Grandson Male 3 Fressingfield, Suffolk - -
George Edward Chatten Grandson Male 1 Fressingfield, Suffolk - -

marriages Sep qtr 1943 Chatten Herbert B Curtis Edmonton 3a 2180

death Mar qtr 1977 Chatten Herbert Bramwell 15 My1914 Chelmsford 9 1948


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Herbert married Dorothy M Curtis in 1943 in Edmonton, London. (Dorothy M Curtis was born about 1921.)


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