Kate Honeysett

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  1. MollyMay

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    Kate is the last of my Honeysetts and vanishes.

    Kate was born 13/5/1895 and baptised 27/6/1897 in Penhurst Sussex d/o David Thomas and Emily (Beeney) Honeysett, the youngest of 6 children.

    She is on the family farm in 1901 RG13/873/56/2 and 1911 RG14 PN4803 SN16 Little Beech Farm Penhurst (Battle Sussex).

    There is a possible marriage Sept qtr 1918 2a 2660 in Eastry Hants to James Galloway, then nothing.
    One of her sisters, Annie Laura is living in Eastry after her marriage so the place of the marriage looks possible.

    I cannot find any children Galloway mmn Honeysett, nor any entry 1921 or 1939.

    On the 1921 there is a Kate Galloway in Newport Monmouth, but I do not think this is her as her pob shows Newport, but there is a death in South Glamorgan in 1990 for Kate Galloway b13/3/1895, which is close to my Kate's dob, but could be the Newport lady.

    Can anyone find her?
     
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    There is a 14 Septmber 1918 marriage for the above.Father David Thomas a farmer
     
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    Parish Church,Deal Kent. Husband David Gu/alloway.
    She is living 15,Gilford Road,Deal.
    The certificate is on FMP.
    The husband is a sergeant in the 15th Scottish rifles. He is 31 years old.
     
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    Thank you @Genie1 - I missed that:oops:, but confirms it is my Kate.

    Perhaps I should now look in Scotland for them.
     
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    It should be James Galloway is the husband.:oops:
     
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    Notice in the Deal, Walmer & Sandwich Mercury dated 21 September 1918 regarding the above marriage. James GALLOWAY's parents are Mr & Mrs Thomas GALLOWAY of 104 Armadale Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow.

    Janet
     
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    Hi. Saw your note. I can confirm that Kate married James Galloway. They moved to Glasgow, then Edinburgh. They had 2 daughters.
     
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    How are you related to her?
     
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    Sadly for me, with the new East Sussex PR's now released on Ancestry, I have confirmed she is not part of my peripheral family. I have a Harriet Beeney, who has a daughter Emily, born 1859c - birth reg. Dec qtr 1858 as Beney - Battle Union no mmn given, (plus another child George in 1861 who was baptised Beeney Slatter but reg. as Beeney) prior to her marriage into my Slatter family. She appears as Emily Slatter on the 1871 census - Emily Beeney married David Thomas Honeysett, parents of Kate, and their marriage cert confirms her Beeney parents as being Edgar and Mary Beeney.
     
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