Robert & Elizabeth Fagg's Family
Robert Fagg married Elizabeth Baldock at Womenswold on 13th October 1818. Over the following 25 years they had 12 children.
Mary was born in Womenswold, but so far we have found no further sign of her.
William has his own page.
At the time of the 1881 census, Robert was a widower and was employed as a railway labourer, living at Minster on Thanet, Kent with some of his extended family.
In 1851 Jane, aged 26, lived in Womenswold with her widowed mother and her younger siblings. She did not marry, and at the time of the 1881 census she was described as a dressmaker and was still living with her mother Elizabeth in Womenswold.
In 1841 John was a scholar living at home with his parents in Womenswold. He became an agricultural labourer, and in 1861 at the age of 34 was still living with his mother in Womenswold.
|James Fagg||Christened 8.3.1829 in Womenswold, Kent|
James has his own page.
Ann was at home with her parents for the 1841 census.
At the time of the 1881 census, a Sarah from Womenswold of the correct age to be Sarah Fagg was married to farmer James Gilham, and lived in Sutton, Kent.
At the time of the 1881 census an Eliza from Womenswold of the correct age to be Eliza Fagg was described as a dressmaker. She was married to Edward Ford, and they lived in The Street, Kingstone with their two children.
In 1841 Caroline, aged 2, was living in Womenswold with her parents and siblings. By 1861 she was a dressmaker, and was still in Womenswold living with her widowed brother James and his young daughter. Caroline had a son (Robert or Raol or Kahl) in about 1864, and in 1871 she and her son were still living with her brother James and his family. By 1881 she had married Thomas Gilham and was living with him on his father's farm in Nonington, and her son, now a trainee teacher, was still in Womenswold living with his grandmother.
At the time of the 1881 census, Thomas was living with his wife Annie and six children, and ran a farm of 32 acres at Stourmouth, Kent.
Sources: Census 1881, 1901
In 1851, Emma was a scholar and lived with her widowed mother in Womenswold.