William Vintin

b. 09/01/1804
bap. 14/10/1804 All Saints,Orpington, Kent
d. 13/06/1846 Eltham, Eltham and Mottingham, LEWISHAM UNION, Kent
bur. 15/06/1846 Eltham, Kent

Parents

William Vintin
Racheal Vintin
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Marriages/Partnerships

m. 10/07/1825
Elizabeth Reed Lee, Kent d. 22/04/1870

Children

bap. 21/11/1824 Caroline Reed : Vinton Bromley Common (at baptism)
bap. 05/02/1826 Edward Vinten Plaistow Bromley (at baptism)
bap. 19/08/1827 William Winton Bromley Common (at baptism)
b. 27/05/1832 Mary Ann Vinten of this parish (at baptism) d. 27/02/1917
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Note: Includes only children from certificates, baptism entries, or from census entries where the relationship is specified. For married women, please see their husband's entry for children from censuses.

Occupations

1824 Gardener
1826 Laborer
1827 Laborer
1832 Carpenter
1841 Gardener
1846 Gardener
1850 Gardener
1860 Gardener
1870 Gardener

Also known as

William Reed : Vinton, William Vinten, William Vinton, William Winton

Marriages Witnessed

10/07/1825 Marriage of James Vintin and Ann Lover, Lee, Kent
Note: because marriage records do not indicate the relationship of the witnesses to the bride and groom, this list represents likely involvement of the individual on the basis of a name match.


Did You Know?

  • William Vintin and his brother James Vintin were born almost exactly nine months apart. They were both baptised at All Saints, Orpington on October 14th 1804

Documentary Sources

234 Bromley June 1826 Kent Elizabeth Vinten wife of William Vinten now residing in Bromley in the said County upon her oath saith that she was married to her said husband at Lee in this County in the Month of July 1825. That her said husband is now a prisoner in the Gaol at Maidstone and she hath therefore necessarily become chargeable to the said parish of Bromley That her said husband is legally settled in the said parish of Lee as she hath heard him say & believes to be true, for that about three Months ago her said husband being out of Employ and in distress applied to the parish officers for relief (he and his family then residing in Bromley) and was relieved by them accordingly. Says she has two Children by her said husband viz: Caroline aged about one year and nine Months born illegitemate [sic] in the parish of Keston in Kent and Edward aged about five Months born also in the said parish of Keston Heads Vnder (?)

Source: 613/3/234
Bromley Local Studies & Archives

282 COUNTY OF KENT NAMES. | When Tried. | CRIMES. | SENTENCES. | Acquittals William Winton als Vinton | [1826 July Session] | [Larceny] | | [No Bill]

Source: HO27/31
National Archive

Locations

14/10/1804 Church, All Saints, Orpington, Kent
21/11/1824 [Church], Bromley, Kent
21/11/1824 Bromley Common, Bromley, Kent
10/07/1825 of this parish, Kent
10/07/1825 Church, Lee, Kent
05/02/1826 Plaistow, Bromley, Kent
05/02/1826 [Church], Bromley, Kent
19/08/1827 [Church], Bromley, Kent
19/08/1827 Bromley Common, Bromley, Kent
17/06/1832 of this parish, St Margaret's, Lee, Kent
17/06/1832 Church, Lee, Kent
07/06/1841 Lee Green Eltham, Eltham & Mottingham, LEWISHAM UNION, Kent
13/06/1846 Eltham, Eltham and Mottingham, LEWISHAM UNION, Kent
15/06/1846 The Parish Church, Eltham, Kent
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