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- John Court (unknown-1790)
- John Courts (1774-unknown)
- Lydia Courts (1807-unknown)
DIRECT MALE LINE
- John Court (unknown - 1790)
Milward (unknown - 1795)
in Bexley, Kent, 1772. Known
- John Court - Born 1774,
When John and Mary married neither had been married before, and both
were from Bexley. There were three witnesses to their marriage: Simon
Cooper, Esther Cooper and Hannah Dickenson.
When John died in 1790 it was noted he was from the Almshouses. When
Ann died her burial entry reads 'widow Courts'. No ages were given for
- John Courts (1774 -
Smith (1779 - 1865)
in Plumstead, Kent, 1795. Known
- Ann Courts - Born 1796.
- John Courts - Born 1798.
- Catherine Courts - Born 1801.
- Sarah Courts - Born and died 1805.
- Lydia Courts
- Born 1807.
Smith in Bexley, Kent, 1825.
- Thomas Courts - Born 1809.
- William Courts - Born 1811.
- Elizabeth Courts - Born 1814.
- Clement Courts - Born 1815.
- Emma Courts - Born 1817.
- James Courts - Born 1820.
- Eliza Courts - Born 1822.
The 1841 census shows that John was working as an agricultural
labourer, and he and Lydia were still living in Bexley. By the time of
the 1851 census, John had died and Lydia was a pauper. The 1861 census
shows that Lydia was being supported by alms money. Lydia died in 1865.