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1. Family of Richard and Elizabeth FOREMAN d1721 Whitstable
by Alan J FOREMAN Generation A [page] 2, Generation B 2, Generation C 3, 
Generation D 4, Generation E 6, Generation F 12, Generation G 20, 
Generation H 30, 
 (Pending permission of the living, I've removed the next 3 generations :
Generation I - was p37, Generation J - was p43, Generation K - was p47.)

2. SURNAME INDEX BY FIRST ENTRY (excludes maiden names)                 38
3. PLACENAME INDEX OF DESCENDANTS OF 
 D7 Walter FOREMAN (1791 Whitstable) 
 married 1817 Whitstable, Kent to Hannah LAWSON                         39
4. Richard White FOREMAN (1797 Kent-1870 New Plymouth, Taranaki, NZ)    40

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1. Family of Richard and Elizabeth FOREMAN (- 1721 Whitstable) A FOREMAN PEDIGREE by ALAN J FOREMAN alan.foreman"att"gravesham.gov.uk 2005 12 Ridgewood, New Barn, Longfield, Kent, DA3 7LS, England. (He appears below as I33.) Received 2.10.1998 as txt & Word6 versions edited & posted to this site by Kit WITHERS email kit.withers"att"gmail.com (I write "att" for @ to foil spammers.) 101 Allington Rd, Karori, Wellington 6012, New Zealand. ABOUT THIS PEDIGREE: The author ALAN J FOREMAN is always revising the pedigree, and the information thereon. Please advise him if you have any additional information, or have evidence to show that the information given is in error, or inaccurate. STATISTICAL INFORMATION: To show the enormity of the task of drawing the "tree", I have produced some statistics on the number of individuals per generation, based on whether they were born into the family or married into it. This chart is also updated whenever new members are added. Generation Born into family Married into family TOTAL A......................1......................1.................2 B......................5......................3.................8 C.....................10......................3................13 D.....................13......................5................18 E.....................21.....................14................35 F.....................66.....................35...............101 G....................124.....................57...............181 H.....................99.....................49...............148 I.....................85.....................55...............140 J.....................99.....................19...............118 K.....................34......................2................36 TOTALS.........557....................243...............800 5th February 1998

GENERATION A: A1 RICHARD FOREMAN - married Elizabeth ? An oyster-dredger in Whitstable, he died in 1721 and was buried in Whitstable churchyard on 15th October 1721. He had five children that we know of, from parish registers. These were: Abra(ha)m FOREMAN (ref B1) John FOREMAN (ref B2) John FOREMAN (ref B3) Elizabeth FOREMAN (ref B4) James FOREMAN (ref B5)

GENERATION B: B1 ABRA(HA)M FOREMAN (A1) - born in 1709 and baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 18th December 1709. In adult life he was an oyster-dredger, and during the early part of his career, his apprenticeship was to Ezekiel Reader, beginning 29th September 1724. He died on 13th August 1726 and was buried in Whitstable churchyard on 17th August 1724. He did not marry or have any issue. B2 JOHN FOREMAN (A1) - born in 1712/13, he was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 22nd February 1712/13. He died in infancy in 1713/14 and was buried in Whitstable churchyard on 14th February 1713/14. B3 JOHN FOREMAN (A1) - named after his late brother, John was born in 1714/15 and was baptised in Whitstable Parish Church on 1st January 1714/15. In adult life he was an oyster-dredger and mariner. He was apprenticed (to John BUSHELL) in the oyster fishery industry on 29th September 1728. He married three times. His first wife was Mary TRICE, whom he married on 12th October 1742. They had four children. They were: John FOREMAN (ref C1) Mary FOREMAN (ref C2) Richard FOREMAN (ref C3) Richard FOREMAN (ref C4) Mary died on 12th April 1752, shortly after giving birth to Richard. John's second wife was Ann JUTSON, who was born in 1723. They married on 23rd January 1753 at Whitstable Parish Church, by licence granted at Canterbury on 9th January 1753. They had six children. They were: James FOREMAN (ref C5) Ann FOREMAN (ref C6) Abraham FOREMAN (ref C7) Richard FOREMAN (ref C8) William FOREMAN (ref C9) George FOREMAN (ref C10) Ann died in 1761, shortly after giving birth to George, and was buried in Whitstable churchyard on 25th November 1761. With so many children to look after, John soon remarried. His third wife was Elizabeth MIDDLETON. They married in Whitstable Parish Church on 17th January 1762, by licence granted at Canterbury on 16th January 1762. The marriage was witnessed by Edward SIMPSON and William WARD. There were no children from John's third marriage, and Elizabeth died in 1783. B4 ELIZABETH FOREMAN (A1) - was born in 1718, and was baptised on 4th May 1718 at Whitstable Parish Church. She died in 1783 and was buried on 9th June that year. No other information is known as yet about her. B5 JAMES FOREMAN (A1) - was born in 1720, and was baptised on 30th June 1720 at Whitstable Parish Church. No other information is known about him, as yet.

GENERATION C: C1 JOHN FOREMAN (B3) - was born in Whitstable on 10th January 1746 and baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on the 28th January 1746. By trade he was an oyster-dredger. He married Gracey HOULT (born 1753) on 31st August 1775, by banns, at Whitstable Parish Church, in the presence of Thomas and Mary TRITTON. John died in 1798, and was buried on 11th September that year. Gracey died in 1813 and was buried at Whitstable churchyard on 28th January 1813. They had five children. They were: John FOREMAN (ref D1) Grace FOREMAN (ref D2) Mary FOREMAN (ref D3) Sarah FOREMAN (ref D4) and Elizabeth FOREMAN (ref D5) C2 MARY FOREMAN (B3) - was born in Whitstable and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 3rd January 1748. C3 RICHARD FOREMAN (B3) - was born in Whitstable and was baptised on 30th December 1751 at Whitstable Parish Church. He died shortly afterwards, in 1752. C4 RICHARD FOREMAN (B3) - was born in Whitstable and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 2nd April 1752. In adult life he was an oyster-dredger. He married Mary Garner on 11th August 1789 at Whitstable Parish Church, by banns, in the presence of James FOREMAN and William Reeves. They had five children. They were: Eliza FOREMAN (ref D6) Walter FOREMAN (ref D7) Richard FOREMAN (ref D8) Sophia FOREMAN (ref D9) and Eliza FOREMAN (ref D10) Richard died in 1841. C5 JAMES FOREMAN (B3) - was born in 1753, and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 5th May 1753. He died in 1831. C6 ANN FOREMAN (B3) - was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 20th October 1754. C7 ABRAHAM FOREMAN (B3) - was born in 1756 and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 21st March 1756. He died in 1758, being buried in Whitstable churchyard on 29th May 1758. C8 RICHARD FOREMAN (B3)- was born in 1757, and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 29th January 1757. He died in 1841 and was buried at Whitstable churchyard on 15th December 1841. C9 WILLIAM FOREMAN (B3) - was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 28th August 1759, and died shortly afterwards. He was buried in Whitstable churchyard on 13th November 1759. C10 GEORGE FOREMAN (B3) - was baptised in Whitstable Parish Church on 19th October 1761. In adult life he was a boatbuilder, and was also an innkeeper, of the "Victoria" public house (burned down in 1869). He married Susannah Collins (born 1764) on 3rd April 1783, by licence granted in Canterbury on 29th March 1783, at Whitstable Parish Church, in the presence of Iona LONGBOTTOM and Susanna BROOMLES (?) At the time of the wedding, her mother, Eliza COLLINS, was a widow. George and Susannah had three children. They were: Elizabeth FOREMAN (ref D11) George FOREMAN (ref D12) Thomas FOREMAN (ref D13) Susannah died in 1792 and was buried in Whitstable churchyard on 6th December 1792.

GENERATION D: D1 JOHN FOREMAN (C1) - was baptised on 31st May 1779 at Whitstable. In adult life he was a mariner and dredger and lived in Sea Street, Whitstable. He owned a fishing smack called 'VIGILANT' from 1821 to 1831 and in the Whitstable Regatta of 28th June 1824, this 13 ton vessel was second in its class. He married Mary Rebecca PERKINS on 2nd November 1803, by licence granted at Canterbury on 1st November 1803, at Whitstable Parish Church, witnessed by Grace FOREMAN and Stephen PERKINS. Mary was born in 1783 at Seasalter, her father being Stephen PERKINS, yeoman. In the 1851 census return for Whitstable, John and Mary had a lodger, John COLLARD, a mariner aged 21, and their daughters Emma and Mary Ann were still 'at home'. John and Mary had nine children. They were:- John FOREMAN (ref E1) Mary Ann FOREMAN (ref E2) James ONSLOW FOREMAN (ref E3) Lavinia FOREMAN (ref E4) George FOREMAN (ref E5) Charles Henry FOREMAN (ref E6) William FOREMAN (ref E7) Emma FOREMAN (ref E8) Mary Ann FOREMAN (ref E9) D2 GRACE FOREMAN (C1) - was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 13th January 1782. D3 MARY FOREMAN (C1) - was born in 1786 and was baptised on 8th September 1786 at Whitstable. She died in 1792, and was buried in Whitstable churchyard on 17th March 1792. D4 SARAH FOREMAN (C1) - was born in 1789 and was baptised on 10th February 1791 at Whitstable Parish Church. She married John Bird, a carrier, on 22nd October 1808. D5 ELIZABETH FOREMAN (C1) - was baptised on 10th February 1791 at Whitstable Parish Church. D6 ELIZA FOREMAN (C4) - was born in 1790, and baptised on 25th July 1790 at Whitstable Parish Church. She died later that year. D7 WALTER FOREMAN (C4) - was born in 1791, and was baptised on 25th December 1791 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a boatbuilder, shipwright and innkeeper (of the 'DUKE OF CUMBERLAND' Inn, Whitstable). He married Hannah LAWSON on 6th November 1817, by licence granted at Canterbury on 18th October 1817, at Whitstable Parish Church, in the presence of Robert Pettman and William Kitchingham. Hannah was born in 1793 at Seasalter. Hannah's sister, Sarah, married Walter KITCHINGHAM, who later kept "THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND".

Hannah and Sarah are 5 and 4 on LAWSON OF WHITSTABLE, KENT, ENGLAND (1728 - present) at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/lawson/lawson.html
 
Walter and Hannah had five children.  They were:
		Sarah FOREMAN  (ref E10)
		Mary Ann FOREMAN  (ref E11)
		William FOREMAN  (ref E12)
		Walter FOREMAN  (ref E13)
		Richard John FOREMAN  (ref E14)
Walter was a parish "assessor" (for local rates) during the 1820s and 
1830s. Walter died on 24th August 1834 and was buried the following day 
at Whitstable churchyard.  In the 1851 census return for Whitstable, 
Hannah, widow, was living at High Street, Whitstable, with a servant, 
Ann TANDY, from Blean.
  Researching the 'DUKE OF CUMBERLAND' Inn in 2013 is
Chris GRAVES chris"att"chrisgraves.me.uk

D8	RICHARD FOREMAN (C4) - was born in 1793, and was baptised in 6th 
January 1793 at Whitstable Parish Church.  He died on 25th December 
1794.

D9	SOPHIA FOREMAN (C4) - was born in 1794, and was baptised on 6th June 
1794 at Whitstable Parish Church.  She died in 1795 and was buried on 
8th March 1795 at Whitstable churchyard.

D10	ELIZA FOREMAN (C4) - was born on 6th October 1795, and was baptised 
on 27th October 1795 at Whitstable Parish Church.  She married Robert 
Pettman on 19th October 1816, by banns, at Whitstable Parish Church, in 
the presence of William Reeves and Maria Ann Reeves.  No further 
information has been obtained as yet about any issue from that marriage.

D11	ELIZABETH FOREMAN (C10) - was born in 1784 and was baptised on 1st 
February 1784 at Whitstable Parish Church.  She died in 1792.

D12	GEORGE FOREMAN (C10) - was born in 1786 and was baptised on 16th 
April 1786 at Whitstable Parish Church.  In adult life he was a mariner, 
and an innkeeper of the 'Duke of Cumberland' public house (where the 
'courts' (meetings) of the Whitstable Oyster-fishermen took place).  He 
married  Johanna Randall on 29th September 1818 at Seasalter.  Johanna 
was the daughter of Joseph and Ann Randall, and was born in Greenwich in 
1789.  George and Johanna had seven children.  They were:
		James Summers FOREMAN  (ref E15)
		Emily Ann FOREMAN  (ref E16)
		George FOREMAN  (ref E17)
		William White FOREMAN  (ref E18)
		George (John) Bloomfield FOREMAN  (ref E19)
		Joseph Edward FOREMAN  (ref E20)
		Sarah Ann FOREMAN  (ref E21)
George died on 6th June 1848 at Seasalter.  Johanna died on 31st August 
1867, 'of natural decay', at Seasalter, and was buried in Whitstable 
churchyard.

D13	THOMAS FOREMAN (C10) - was baptised on 6th January 1788 at 
Whitstable Parish Church.  

GENERATION E: E1 JOHN FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 19th June 1804, and was baptised on 15th July 1804 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a mariner and dredger. He married Isabella CARR on 2nd March 1829, by banns at Whitstable Parish Church in the presence of James FOREMAN and Eliza Horn. Isabella was born in 1807, the daughter of Edward Carr, a carpenter, and Isabella. In the 1851 census return for Whitstable they are shown as living at Waterloo Place, and Isabella's father was living with them. John and Isabella had seven children. They were: John FOREMAN (ref F1) Annabella FOREMAN (ref F2) Matilda FOREMAN (ref F3) John William FOREMAN (ref F4) Isabella Ann FOREMAN (ref E5) Mary Grace FOREMAN (ref E6) Helen (Ellen) Frances FOREMAN (ref E7) John died on 12th August 1851 at Whitstable. In the 1871 Census return for Whitstable, Isabella (now a widow) is shown as living at 21 Albert Street, at the home of Martha FRIEND (wife of George FRIEND of Dover). Isabella is shown as 'mother' of Martha. Martha's age is given as 37, so this could be Matilda, above. In the 1881 Census return, Isabella is shown as lodging with George FRIEND, next door to her son, John William, at 23 Albert Street, Whitstable. E2 MARY ANN FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 21st December 1805, and was baptised on 19th January 1806 at Whitstable Parish Church. She died in 1808 and was buried on 10th April 1808 at Whitstable churchyard. E3 JAMES ONSLOW FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 18th March 1809, and was baptised on 16th April 1809 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a mariner. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishery trade on 21st May 1823, to John and Mary FOREMAN. He married Eliza HORN on 25th October 1830, by banns, at Whitstable Parish Church, in the presence of George FOREMAN and Jane Horn. Eliza was born in 1810. He owned the fishing smack "HIGHLAND LASSIE" from 1850 to 1873. In the 1851 census return for Whitstable they are shown as living at High Street, Whitstable. They had fourteen children. They were: James FOREMAN (ref F8) Jane FOREMAN (ref F9) Sarah FOREMAN (ref F10) James ONSLOW Horn FOREMAN (ref F11) John FOREMAN (ref F12) Charles Henry FOREMAN (ref F13) Eliza Ann FOREMAN (ref F14) ONSLOW James FOREMAN (ref F15) Emma Matilda FOREMAN (ref F16) Helen (Ellen) FOREMAN (ref F17) James FOREMAN (ref F18) Rebecca Mary FOREMAN (ref F19) Tom FOREMAN (ref F20) Martha Ann FOREMAN (ref F21) James ONSLOW died on 21st February 1866 and was buried in Whitstable churchyard. In the 1871 census return Eliza is shown as living in Oxford Street with son Tom, together with two "lodgers" and their children - Alfred and Rebecca M. GAMBRILL, Osborne F. and George H. GAMBRILL - in fact these were Eliza's daughter and son-in-law and her grandchildren - see F19 etc.) In the 1881 Census return she is with Rebecca Mary and family, at 37 Oxford Street, Whitstable. Eliza at some stage went to live with another daughter Eliza Ann LOTT, and was at her daughter's home at 99 High Street at the time of the 1891 census. She is listed as 'a boarder, widow, living on her own means'. Eliza died on 4th March 1900, and is buried with her husband. E4 LAVINIA FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 3rd October 1811, and was baptised on 1st December 1811 at Whitstable Parish Church. She died in 1814 and was buried on 25th September 1814 at Whitstable churchyard. E5 GEORGE FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 20th May 1814, and was baptised on 26th June 1814 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a mariner, and a victualler of the "Victoria" public house in Old Sea Wall, Whitstable (now the headquarters of the Whitstable Yacht Club). He was apprenticed in the oyster fishery trade on 5th July 1832 to John and Mary FOREMAN. He married Susannah ALLEN. Susannah was born in 1815. In the 1851 census return for Whitstable, they were shown to have had a house servant, Ann SMITH, 22 of Whitstable. George and Susannah had nine children. They were: Susannah FOREMAN (ref F22) George FOREMAN (ref F23) Mary Ann FOREMAN (ref F24) Alfred FOREMAN (ref F25) George Edward FOREMAN (ref F26) Grace FOREMAN (ref F27) Emily FOREMAN (ref F28) Alice Sands FOREMAN (ref F29) William Henry FOREMAN (ref F30) Susannah died suddenly, on 18th August 1866, of a 'brain haemorrhage' while doing the washing! E6 CHARLES HENRY FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 24th August 1817 and was baptised on 21st September 1817 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was an oyster-dredger. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 5th July 1832 to John and Isabella FOREMAN. He married Elizabeth Castle on 15th April 1841, by banns, at Whitstable Parish Church, in the presence of Isaac Whitsnall and Mary Ann FOREMAN. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. Charles Eaton Plater. Elizabeth was born in 1820 and was the daughter of Thomas Castle, a labourer. In the 1851 census return they were shown as living at Waterloo Place, Whitstable. They had eight children. 20 They were: Emma Elizabeth FOREMAN (ref F31) Charles Henry FOREMAN (ref F32) George FOREMAN (ref F33) Harry FOREMAN (ref F34) Mary Ann FOREMAN (ref F35) Ellen FOREMAN (ref F36) Fanny FOREMAN (ref F37) Fred FOREMAN (ref F38) Charles died on 19th December 1883, and Elizabeth died on 28th January 1884 at Essex Street, Whitstable. E7 WILLIAM FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 4th February 1820 and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 12th March 1820. E8 EMMA FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 13th February 1822 and was baptised on 24th March 1822 at Whitstable Parish Church. She had one child. He was: Henry Herbert FOREMAN (ref F39) Emma died in 1884. E9 MARY ANN FOREMAN (D1) - was born on 9th August 1824 and was baptised on 3rd October 1824 at Whitstable Parish Church. She married James Firmin HARRIS on 16th September 1851 at Whitstable Parish Church, in the presence of George FOREMAN and Thomas TUDDENHAM. The 1881 Census Return for Faversham shows a Mary Ann HARRIS, aged 59, born in Whitstable, living at 7 Newton Road, Whitstable. James was the son of Ralph Harris, a shoemaker of Whitstable. E10 SARAH FOREMAN (D7) - was born on 18th October 1818 and was baptised on 15th November 1818 at Whitstable Parish Church. married Edward ADAMS on 9th July 1839 at Whitstable Parish Church, after banns, in the presence of Edward KEMP and Mary Ann FOREMAN. The ceremony was conducted by the Assistant Curate, William TEMPLE. Edward was an oyster salesman, the son of Edward M. ADAMS, also an oyster salesman. INSERT: son Edwin ADAMS married Philadelphia GOLDFINCH parents of Lizzie ADAMS who married Henry Giles BECKWITH parents of Stella BECKWITH who married - MANSON parents of Marian MANSON, 1850 Western Parkway,Vancouver,BC, Canada V6T 1V4. E11 MARY ANN FOREMAN (D7) - was born on 22nd April 1820 and was baptised on 7th May 1820 at Whitstable Parish Church. She married Edward KEMP on 26th August 1841 at Whitstable Parish Church, after banns, in the presence of Sarah COLEMAN, William KITCHINGHAM, and Charlotte KEMP. The ceremony was conducted by the Assistant Curate, William TEMPLE. E12 WILLIAM FOREMAN (D7) - was born on 9th July 1822 and baptised on 4th August 1822 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a ship-owner, (of the brigantine "CHANCE"), and a master butcher. In Wallace HARVEY's book "The Merchant Ships of Whitstable", he states that "THE CHANCE" was built in 1842 in Sunderland, and was registered as number 5056, at a weight of 134 tons. It was originally a brig but was altered to square rig when she was bought from Chatham on 20th November 1845. The owners are given as George FOREMAN, Goldfinch, William FOREMAN, Hannah FOREMAN and Edward Kemp. The ship's masters were Richard FOREMAN (13th December 1845), Henry Coleman (6th January 1849), John FOREMAN (21st January 1852) and G. FOREMAN (27th October 1854). She was lost off Hartlepool on 2nd January 1857. Her figurehead was salvaged and for many years adorned the gable-end of a wooden building in Horsebridge Road, Whitstable, until it was blown up by a German bomb. The figurehead was again salvaged, and is now housed in the Whitstable Museum. The curious wooden building it used to adorn is made reference to by Charles DICKENS in "All the Year Round" number 31, dated 25th November 1859, where he describes a Whitstable Native:- "As he grows old he sees nothing to wonder at if a wooden staircase comes down from the top rooms of his father's house at the exterior of the side wall; and he thinks an old figurehead of Minerva, swept ashore, perhaps form the wreck of some collier, an ornament for a parapet superior to any statue that was ever hewn out of stone." It is interesting to note that the foreman of the Oyster Fishing Company used to stand on that stairway to issue orders to the free dredgermen standing in the street below. It was also here that William Joyce, the World War II traitor known as "Lord Haw Haw" would address his 'black shirt' followers. William married Emma Jane ADAMS on 22nd March 1849, by banns, at Whitstable Parish Church, in the presence of John Durry ADAMS and E.J. ADAMS. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. R.J. MORRIS. Emma was born in 1828, the daughter of Edward ADAMS, shipowner. William and Emma had ten children. They were: William Henry FOREMAN (ref F40) Rosa Jane FOREMAN (ref F41) Edward Kennett FOREMAN (ref F42) Sidney FOREMAN (ref F43) Emmeline FOREMAN (ref F44) Sarah Frances FOREMAN (ref F45) Walter Kitchingham FOREMAN (ref F46) Frank FOREMAN (ref F47) Herbert FOREMAN (ref F48) Ernest Richard FOREMAN (ref F49)20 In the 1851 census return for Whitstable they are shown as living at Sea Street, and at that time their son George was with them, along with two servants, George FOREMAN, 21, a butcher journeyman, and Julia Ockenfall, 17, a housemaid. Sidney and Herbert both died 'in infancy'. In 1870 William and his family moved to Canada, having been contacted by Emma's brother Edwin, who was already there, in Port Carling. (Rosa Jane and Emmeline stayed behind in Whitstable.) They travelled on the "S.S. EUROPEAN", leaving England on 19th April 1870. They had received "land grants" in Canada. They arrived in Port Carling, Ontario from20 where they made their way to Muskoka, and settled on the Indian River, at a place called the 'Narrows', across from what was known as 'Indian Landing'. The FOREMANs were industrious, frugal people and therefore well-equipped to become good settlers. Indeed, one reference relates that the FOREMANs were "the most important of the settlers of 1870, so far as the influence on ourselves is concerned". They had some money and they bought a place with a house already built, and with some clearing. The previous owner was moving to begin a hotel business; the FOREMANs paid $ 700. This gave them possession of "Lot 30" in the "third concession (Medora)". [William junior took up lot 30 in the 2nd concession, and Edward Kennett had lot 32 in the second concession]. These lots were all on the downstream side of the Indian River. Later they moved to a house on the bay now known as "FOREMAN's Bay". There they cut a clearing and started the arduous task of making a living, at whatever work was available. The children all attended the first school, entering into the development of the pioneer community. The family took an active interest in the religious life of the settlement, and William was one of the trustees who signed the patent from the Crown for the property on which the United (then Methodist) Church now stands. Steam boats were making their appearance on the lakes at this time and work was created in towing, and carrying passengers. The FOREMAN boys helped carrying the mail from Gravenhurst, usually walking, sometimes on horseback. William and Emma moved to Red Deer, Alberta in 1891, where they established a settlement which they called 'FOREMAN'. They spent the rest of their lives in Red Deer. E13 WALTER FOREMAN (D7) - was born on 19th July 1824, and was baptised on 15th August 1824 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a shipwright, and owned the schooner "SANCHO PANZA" in 1849, with Richard FOREMAN shown as the ship's "MASTER". In Wallace HARVEY's book "The Merchant Ships of Whitstable", the "Sancho Panza" is shown as being built in 1828 at New Shoreham, Sussex, with a registration number of 2536 and a tonnage of 146 tons. The owners are shown as Walter FOREMAN, Richard John FOREMAN, John Spencely, C. LAWSON and Adams, 1861. The ship's masters are listed as FOREMAN (1861), Harnett (1864), Baker (1867) and Carlton. The vessel was bought from London on 19th December 1848 and was insured for A3 760. One mast and her figurehead were removed on 18th September 1855. On 23rd January 1897 she stranded on the Pye Sand near Harwich, and was wrecked. Walter married Elizabeth Quaif NICHOLLS on 7th September 1848 at Whitstable Parish Church, after banns, in the presence of Emma ADAMS and William FOREMAN. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. R.J. MORRIS. Elizabeth was born in 1828 at Whitstable, the daughter of Thomas NICHOLLS, an oyster-dredger, and Rebecca Bryce. Their first two children were born in Whitstable. They were: Elizabeth FOREMAN (ref F50) Walter FOREMAN (ref F51) The 1851 census return for Whitstable shows them living at 37 Harbour Street. The family emigrated to Victoria, Australia in 1857/58. They had five more children in Australia. They were: Hannah FOREMAN (ref F52) Arthur Edward FOREMAN (ref F53) Frederick FOREMAN (ref F54) Fanny FOREMAN (ref F55) Ellen FOREMAN (ref F56) In the 1899 Electoral Roll for Carlton, Victoria, Walter is referred to as a "gentleman" of 134 Barkly Street. Elizabeth died in Carlton in 1907, and Walter died there on 25th April 1913, at the age of 88. Walter's will was dated and signed on 20th May 1909. He appointed his son, Walter, and his son-in-law, George Alfred STEPHENS (Elizabeth's husband) as executors and trustees. He left "all his household furniture (including Piano and Harmonium)...to my four children namely, my married daughter Mrs Elizabeth STEPHENS, Walter FOREMAN, my married daughter Mrs Ellen Durston and Arthur Edward FOREMAN in equal shares." He left Elizabeth his freehold property "consisting of two houses Nos. 134 and 146 Barkly Street Carlton...and Six hundred pounds". He left Walter a block of land in the parish of Jeetho "containing about 243 acres 16 perches with all buildings and improvements thereon....And I forgive my said son Walter FOREMAN all monies in which he is at the date of this my Will indebted to me." He left Ellen a block of land in the parish of Jeetho "containing 147 acres 1 rood 29 perches...and a legacy of A3 300". He bequeathed to his son Arthur another block of land in the parish of Jeetho "containing 231 acres 1 rood 20 perches...and a legacy of A3 200." he left the residue of his estate to the executors to sell to pay off his debts, Mortgage etc..any shortfall to be borne equally by the four children. The will was proven in the Supreme Court of Victoria on 12th June 1913. The Statement of Inventory valued Walter's assets at A3 11,290...which at today's values (1994) would equate to around A36,000,000! E14 RICHARD JOHN FOREMAN (D7) - was born on 5th June 1826 and was baptised on 25th June 1826 at Whitstable Parish Church. He was a mariner and a Trinity House pilot. He died in September 1894, in Dover. E15 JAMES SUMMERS FOREMAN (D12) - was born on 3rd August 1819, and was baptised on 5th September 1819 at Whitstable Parish Church. He died on 27th March 1836. E16 EMILY ANN FOREMAN (D12) - was born on 4th March 1821 and was baptised on 8th April 1821 at Whitstable Parish Church. E17 GEORGE FOREMAN (D12) - was born on 9th February 1823, and was baptised on 9th March 1823 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a mariner. He married Charlotte Faith GREENWOOD on 12th April 1845 at Seasalter Parish Church. The ceremony was conducted, after banns, by Rev George Joshua DAWSON, and was witnessed by John FOREMAN and Mary Jane SMITH. Charlotte was born in 1822 and was the daughter of Richard GREENWOOD, a mariner. They had four children. They were: Charlotte Faith FOREMAN (ref F57) George Henry FOREMAN (ref F58) Richard John FOREMAN (ref F59) Rosannah Hannah FOREMAN (ref F60) Charlotte died on 2nd November 1865 and is buried at Whitstable churchyard. George died on 28th November 1868 on board the hospital ship 'DREADNOUGHT', moored in the River Thames, off Gravesend, Kent. He was buried in Whitstable churchyard. E18 WILLIAM WHITE FOREMAN (D12) - was born on 11th March 1825 and was baptised on 17th April 1825 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a ship-owner, an innkeeper (of "The Duke of Cumberland", with his mother, Johanna) and a ships' chandler. Wallace HARVEY's book "The merchant Ships of Whitstable" carries a photograph of William White FOREMAN on page 277. William was owner of the "ANENOME" and the "ISIS", and part owner of the "ANNE" (ex "JOHANNES"), the "CAUTIOUS", the "GREENWICH", the "HILDA", the "IMPETUOUS" and the "RECKLESS". The "ANENOME" was built in 1857 in north Scotland by Miller. She was a 170 ton brigantine and was wrecked in a storm in 1868. The "ISIS" was built at Sunderland in 1843. She was a 126 ton brigantine, registration number 24791, bought by William White FOREMAN on 12th September 1872. She was wrecked off Havre on 31st August 1876. The "ANNE " (ex "Johannes") was a 119 ton brigantine, registration number 23846, owned by William White FOREMAN (Innkeeper), William FOREMAN (Butcher), John B. FOREMAN, and John Goldfinch jnr., on 20th September 1854. Her masters are given as John Bloomfield FOREMAN (20th September 1854) and Gaskin (1873). This vessel was captured as a prize in the Crimea War in 1854 and was then named "Johannes". She was bought for local use on 31st August 1854. The "CAUTIOUS" was built in Rye by Hoad Brothers in 1854. She was a 138 ton schooner, registration number 17323, owned by William White FOREMAN, Walter Kitchingham FOREMAN, and John Goldfinch (13th July 1859). Her masters are shown as Cooper, C. Merritt, and Parker. She was bought from Rye on 12th July 1859 and insured for A3 450. Mainly used in the coal trade, on the 12th July 1893 she was in Ramsgate Harbour when her cargo was found to be on fire. The crew fought the fire "with great heroism", one of them losing his life. Great damage was suffered, but the hulk was saved, towed to Whitstable, drawn up on the slipway, and practically rebuilt. She went back to the coal trade for another ten years. On 1st August 1903, when she was six miles E. of N. near Sandhead, Kent, with coal from Sunderland for Ramsgate, she sprang a leak. With careful sailing she made port, where she was unloaded, and then condemned. In April 1904, however, she was converted into a hulk. The "GREENWICH" was a 214 ton brigantine built at Rye in 1850, registration number 12719. William White FOREMAN owned her jointly with George Albert Cox (7th August 1901). She was originally bought20 from London on 13th March 1867. She was insured by George Cox on 14th October 1875 for A3 400. She had an odd habit of suddenly leaking badly, requiring much effort to bale her out, then she would go a long time with no leaks at all. In a gale on 29th November 1897 she stranded on the Gunfleet Sand and was given up for lost. After a while her hulk was floated off and she was towed into Lowestoft. Repaired and refitted she continued in the coal trade until 17th March 1907. Then she was 22 miles N.E. of Flamborough Head bound from Newcastle to Exeter carrying coal, pig iron, and lead, when she foundered in a W.S.W. gale force 9. The crew of seven were saved. The "HILDA" was a 223 ton barquentine, registration number 81405, built by Pickard in 1879 at Appledore, Devon. She was owned by the Whitstable Shipping Company, T.R. DADD, E. FOREMAN, T. DADD Sen., William White FOREMAN, William FOREMAN, D. HORLOCK, F.C. ASHBY and W.E. SAMPSON (15th February 1898). She was sunk in a collision off Nova Scotia on 9th December 1900. The "IMPETUOUS" was originally built as a snow by Hoad Brothers at Rye. She was converted to a brig in 1860, then a brigantine in 1864. She weighed 163 tons and her registration number was 19009. She was owned by William White FOREMAN and Thomas Wood MINTER, and was registered at Whitstable. She was insured for A3 920. She was sold to Guernsey.20 The "RECKLESS" was a 149 ton schooner built at Rye in 1857. She was owned by George Albert Cox, William White FOREMAN and William H. Randall (8th January 1859). She was wrecked off Cleethorpes in 1880. William was a founder member of the Whitstable town council, polling 266 votes on 17th December 1884. He married twice. His first wife was Mary Ann Waters, and they were married on 31st October 1861 at the Zion Chapel in Whitstable. The marriage was conducted by Rev. John Clarke, and was witnessed by Cephas and Martha Foad. Mary was born in 1835, the daughter of David Waters, a mariner. William and Mary had three children. They were: Emily FOREMAN (ref F61) William FOREMAN (ref F62) Mary Ann FOREMAN (ref F63) In the 1851 census return for Whitstable they are shown as living at 58 Oxford Street. Mary died on 1st July 1864, shortly after the birth of William and Mary Ann (twins). She was buried in Whitstable churchyard. William remarried, in March 1866, to Martha CAMBURN. Martha was born in 1831. No children have as yet been determined from that marriage. In the 1871 census return for Seasalter, William and Martha, plus Emily and William, are shown as living at 34 High Street, Whitstable, and the family are still there at the time of the 1881 Census for Seasalter. Martha died on 10th October 1892 and was buried in Whitstable. William died on 15th March 1912, and is buried in the Randall vault in Whitstable Churchyard. William was a great friend of Joseph RANDALL, his maternal grandfather. E19 GEORGE (JOHN) BLOOMFIELD FOREMAN (D12) - was born on 11th March 1827 and was baptised on 15th April 1827 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was a master mariner. He married Eliza FOREMAN on 14th November 1861 at Blean Registry Office, in the presence of Emma FOREMAN and William FOREMAN. The ceremony was conducted, under licence, by the Registrar, George Mount. Eliza was born on 27th July 1838 and was baptised on 25th November 1838 at Whitstable Parish Church. She was the daughter of Thomas FOREMAN, a mariner, and his wife, Lucy E. FOREMAN. George (John) and Eliza had one child. She was: Amanda FOREMAN (ref F64) In the 1851 census return for Whitstable, they are shown as living at 7, Borstal Place, Whitstable. George died on 5th May 1868, of 'homiplegia purpura', and was buried in Whitstable churchyard. Eliza died on 3rd April 1905. George's will was made on 15th June 1866, and was witnessed by Edward Adams, Master Mariner of Whitstable, William White FOREMAN, Ship-owner of Whitstable, and E.T. Jarrett, Innkeeper of Seaham Harbour, Durham. In it he bequeaths to "my dear wife Eliza FOREMAN all my real and personal estate...and hereby appoint the said Eliza...sole executrix. The will was proved at Canterbury Court on 20th July 1868. The testator is described as " Master Mariner (not in the Queen's Service). The value of the estate was "under A3450". In the 1871 census returns, Eliza and Amanda are shown as living at 57 Victoria Street, with Eliza's parents (Thomas and Lucy E. FOREMAN). also present was Harriet Iggleden, Eliza's sister. In the 1881 census return, Eliza and Amanda were living at Inner Wall, and were both 'dressmakers'. E20 JOSEPH EDWARD FOREMAN (D12) - was born on 1st January 1831 and was baptised on 24th April 1831 at Whitstable Parish Church. E21 SARAH ANN FOREMAN (D12) - was born on 12th March 1834 and was baptised on 20th April 1834 at Whitstable Parish Church. She married John GOLDFINCH on 24th July 1855, witnessed by William White FOREMAN and Ann HOBDEN (or HOGBEN ?). John was a dredger of Seasalter, the son of John GOLDFINCH, also a dredger. In the 1881 census return they are shown as living at Inner Wall. John is now a "Master Mariner", and they had two children: Zaccheus GOLDFINCH (ref F65) Hannah GOLDFINCH (ref F66)

GENERATION F: F1 JOHN FOREMAN (E1) - was born on 10th February 1830 and was baptised on 7th March 1830 at Whitstable Parish Church. He died on 22nd April 1833 and was buried on 3rd May 1833 at Whitstable churchyard. F2 ANNABELLA FOREMAN (E1) - was born on 10th August 1831 and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 4th September 1831. She died on 2nd June 1834 and was buried on 22nd June 1834 at Whitstable churchyard. F3 MATILDA FOREMAN (E1) - was born on 7th April 1833 and was baptised on 5th May 1833 at Whitstable Parish Church. F4 JOHN WILLIAM FOREMAN (E1) - was born on 23rd August 1835 and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 30th August 1835. In adult life he was an oyster-dredger. He married Esther Hogben, who was born in 1833. In the 1861 census return for Whitstable they are shown as living at 48, Albert Street, in the 1871 census at 22 Albert Street, in the 1881 census at 24 Albert Street, and in the 1891 Census, at 106 Albert Street. They had six children. They were: Esther FOREMAN (ref G1) Edward John FOREMAN (ref G2) Isabella FOREMAN (ref G3) Kate FOREMAN (ref G4) Walter FOREMAN (ref G5) Josiah FOREMAN (ref G6) Edith Maud FOREMAN (ref G7) Elsie FOREMAN (ref G8) John died on 11th November 1901, and Esther on 4th December 1902. They are buried together in Whitstable churchyard. F5 ISABELLA ANN FOREMAN (E1) - was born on 28th April 1839 and was baptised on 26th May 1839 at Whitstable. She died in 1857. F6 MARY GRACE FOREMAN (E1) - was born on 15th December 1841 and was baptised on 25th March 1842 at Whitstable Parish Church. In the 1861 census return of Whitstable, she is shown as a "dressmaker". F7 HELEN (ELLEN) FRANCES FOREMAN (E1) - was born on 7th September 1844 and was baptised on 6th October 1844 at Whitstable Parish Church. In the 1861 census return for Whitstable she is shown as a "pupil teacher". F8 JAMES FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 25th September 1831 and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 6th November 1831. F9 JANE FOREMAN (E3) - was born in 1831 (twin to James ?) F10 SARAH FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 8th July 1833 and was baptised at Whitstable Parish Church on 28th July 1833. She died in 1849 and was buried on 9th April that year F11 JAMES ONSLOW HORN FOREMAN (E3) - was born in 1835 and was baptised on 22nd March 1835 at Whitstable Parish Church. He died on 9th August 1838 and was buried on 13th August 1838 at Whitstable churchyard. F12 JOHN FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 3rd June 1836 and was baptised on 21st August 1836 at Whitstable Parish Church. F13 CHARLES HENRY FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 19th February 1838 and was baptised on 18th March 1838 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was an oyster-dredger. He was apprenticed to James and Eliza FOREMAN on 19th February 1852. He married Ann WEST on 13th July 1861 at Blean Registry Office. The ceremony was conducted, under licence, by the Registrar, George MOUNT, and was witnessed by Maria C. MOUNT and Isabella HOOK. Ann was born in 1840, the daughter of George WEST, mariner. Charles and Ann had three children. They were: Charles FOREMAN (ref G9) Geoffrey FOREMAN (ref G10) Emily FOREMAN (ref G11) Ann FOREMAN (ref G12) Charles Henry FOREMAN (ref G13) In the 1861 census return for Whitstable they are shown as living at Albert Street, in the 1871 census at 16 Albert Street, in 1881 census at 18 Albert Street, and in the 1891 census return their address is given as 98 Albert Street. Ann died on 3rd October 1903 and is buried at Whitstable. F14 ELIZA ANN FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 26th November 1839 at Seasalter, and was baptised on 22nd December 1839 at Whitstable Parish Church. She had one child 'out of wedlock', by Alfred Charles LOTT, then two further children: John LOTT (FOREMAN) (ref G14) Martha Ann LOTT (ref G15) Matilda LOTT (ref G16) She later married Alfred LOTT, who was born in Faversham in 1843. In the 1881 census return they were living at Cherry Tree Cottage, Otford, and in the 1891 census return she is shown as living at 99 High Street. Her occupation was given as 'greengrocer', and living with her as a 'boarder - living on her own means' was her widowed mother, Eliza FOREMAN. F15 ONSLOW JAMES FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 9th October 1841 and was baptised on 7th November 1841 at Whitstable. In adult life he was a mariner. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishery trade in 1856, to James and Eliza FOREMAN. He married twice. His first wife was Mary Ann Goldsack, whom he married on 1st March 1870 at Herne Bay. The marriage ceremony was conducted, under licence, by Thomas Blandford, and was witnessed by James and Julia Goldsack. Mary was born in 1846, the daughter of William Goldsack, a labourer. They had two children. They were: Ernest Goldsack FOREMAN (ref G17) Annie Jane FOREMAN (ref G18) Hubert Charles FOREMAN (ref G19) He married his second wife Eliza Harriett Wells on 28th February 1881 at St. Mildred's Registry Office, Canterbury. The marriage ceremony was conducted, under licence, by Frederick Hardiman, and was witnessed by Richard Pettman and Mary Harrod. Eliza was born in Canterbury in 1851, a widow, the daughter of Thomas Nash, a labourer. They had one child, who was: Leonard James FOREMAN (ref G20) In the 1851 census return for Whitstable, ONSLOW was living with his parents at 7 Argyll Road. In the 1871 Census return they were at 20 Argyll Street, and the 1881 census they at 7 Argyll Road again. ONSLOW was the owner of the fishing smack 'Eleanor Ann' from 1877 to 1883. When he died, it passed to Eliza, who had it until 1900. ONSLOW died on 6th March 1883, when he was drowned in a storm off Whitstable. His funeral was attended by over 100 oyster men. F16 EMMA MATILDA FOREMAN (E3) - was born in 1843 and was baptised on 22nd October 1843 at Whitstable Parish Church. F17 HELEN (ELLEN) FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 12th September 1845 and was baptised on 5th November 1845 at Whitstable Parish Church. F18 JAMES FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 12th October 1847 and was baptised on 8th December 1847 at Whitstable Parish Church. In adult life he was in the oyster trade, and was apprenticed on 26th December 1861, although when he married his occupation is given as 'sailmaker'. He married Agness WEST on 30th July 1865 at Blean Registry Office. The ceremony was conducted, under licence, by the Registrar, George Mount, and was witnessed by Robert PILCHER and Eliza BODLE. Agness was born in 1847, the daughter of John West, a shoemaker. In the 1871 census return, James and Agness were living at 35 Harbour Place, Whitstable, and had two children: Onslow West FOREMAN (ref G21) Ada FOREMAN (ref G22) F19 REBECCA MARY FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 22nd July 1850 and was baptised on the same day at Whitstable Parish Church. She married Alfred John GAMBRELL on 5th August 1868 at Whitstable Parish Church. The ceremony was carried out, after banns, by Rev. W.L. Cartwright, in the presence of Tom FOREMAN and Martha Ann GAMBRELL. Alfred was born on 18th March 1849, the son of Alfred Henry GAMBRELL, dredger. Alfred and Rebecca had six children. They were: Osborne FOREMAN GAMBRELL (ref G21) George Henry GAMBRELL (ref G22) Alfred James GAMBRELL (ref G23) Charles GAMBRELL (ref G24) Rebecca Mary GAMBRELL (ref G25) Ellen Jane GAMBRELL (ref G26) In the 1871 census return for Whitstable, they were living as 'lodgers' at Rebecca's mother's house (Eliza FOREMAN, nee Horn) in Oxford Street, with their first two children. In the 1881 Census return they were living at 37 Oxford Street, and in the 1891 census return they are shown as living at 13 Oxford Street. Rebecca Mary (nee FOREMAN) died on 23rd January 1902, and is buried in Whitstable. roma.eales"att"btopenworld.com 2003 has kindly sent a photo of Alfred GAMBRELL, Captain of 'THE BETSEY' with 3 of the crew: see under one of his crew, 4533 343 7--Ethelbert EDENDEN bp 1846 Apr 30 at Whitstable at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/iddenden/iddenden.html F20 TOM FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 31st January 1852 at Whitstable. He was apprenticed in the oyster-fishery trade on 18th April 1866. He married Priscilla Ann Hadlow on 4th September 1873 at Whitstable Parish Church. In the 1871 Census return he was a joiner, living at home in Oxford Street, and at the time of the 1881 census return they were living at 24 North Street, Minster-in-Sheppey - a "house carpenter". In the 1891 census return Tom was shown as being a carpenter and joiner and they were living at 27 Oxford Street, with their seven children. They were:- Edward William FOREMAN (ref G29) Frank FOREMAN (ref G30) Raymond FOREMAN (ref G31) Emily Jane FOREMAN (ref G32) ONSLOW James FOREMAN (ref G33) Mary FOREMAN (ref G34) Herbert FOREMAN (ref G35) F21 MARTHA ANN FOREMAN (E3) - was born on 23rd January 1854 and was baptised on 9th April 1854 at Whitstable Parish Church. F22 SUSANNAH FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 14th March 1838 and was baptised on 15th April 1838 at Whitstable Parish Church. She had one child 'out of wedlock', by James HOLLINGHAM, a "gentleman". The child was: William FOREMAN (ref G36) F23 GEORGE FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 13th May 1841 at Whitstable. F24 MARY ANN FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 12th March 1843 at Seasalter. She married Harry World Simmins on 17th May 1871 at Whitstable Parish Church. F25 ALFRED FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 16th September 1845 at Seasalter. He married Mary Ann ROWDEN in 1864. Mary Ann was born in Whitstable in 1846. In the 1871 census they were shown as living at 8 Waterloo Place, and Alfred's brother, William H. FOREMAN, was staying with them. In the 1881 census return they were at 22 Oxford Street. In the 1891 census return they are shown as living at 74 Harbour Street, with their two youngest children. Alfred's occupation was given as Harbour Submarine Diver. They had six children. They were: Alice FOREMAN (ref G37) Alfred George FOREMAN (ref G38) George FOREMAN (ref G39) Florence M. FOREMAN (ref G40) Emily FOREMAN (ref G41) William H. FOREMAN (ref G42) Susannah FOREMAN (ref G43) At the time of the 1891 census, they also had a grandson staying with them - Fred K. FOREMAN, aged 8. F26 GEORGE EDWARD FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 3rd April 1848 at Whitstable. He was apprenticed in the oyster-fishery trade on 31st May 1862. He married Emily Harriet CRANE in Poole Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on 17th January 1872. Emily was born in the 1840s (possibly on 9th April 1840) in Lychett Maltravers. George took up the trade of carpenter/joiner/builder. They had two children. They were: Ellen Gertrude FOREMAN (ref G44) Florence Louise FOREMAN (ref G45) In the 1881 census return they were shown as living at 46 Oxford Street. Emily died on 15th December 1921 in Poole, Dorset. F27 GRACE FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 26th May 1850 at Whitstable. F28 EMILY FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 8th May 1852 at Whitstable. F29 ALICE SANDS FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 24th November 1855 at Whitstable. She married Charles GOLDFINCH in 1875. Charles was born in 1847, and died in 1929. He was a mariner. In the 1881 census return she is shown as being a 'mariner's wife', living at 16 Sydenham Street, Whitstable, with two children: Kate GOLDFINCH (ref G46) Sydney GOLDFINCH (ref G47) F30 WILLIAM HENRY FOREMAN (E5) - was born on 13th June 1858 at Whitstable. In the 1871 Census return he is shown as living with his brother (George) at 8 Waterloo Place, Whitstable. F31 EMMA ELIZABETH FOREMAN (E6) - was born on 12th July 1842 and was baptised on 7th August 1842 at Whitstable Parish Church. She was, in adult life, a domestic housekeeper. In the 1871 census return she was living at 20 Albert Street, Whitstable, with her son, born out of wedlock. He was : Fred FOREMAN (ref G48) She died on 18th December 1910 in Whitstable Workhouse. She never married. F32 CHARLES HENRY FOREMAN (E6) - was born on 13th June 1844 and was baptised on 14th July 1844 at Whitstable Parish Church. He died on 7th November 1847 at Whitstable. F33 GEORGE FOREMAN (E6) - was born on 7th May 1846 at Whitstable. In adult life he was an oyster-dredger, and had the nickname "Handy Billy". He married Mary Ann Whorlow on 24th November 1864 at Seasalter Parish Church, as Whitstable Parish Church was closed for repairs. The ceremony was conducted, after banns, by Rev R.J. Morris and was witnessed by George William Whorlow and Ann Maria Collar. Mary was born in 1846, the daughter of John Whorlow. In the 1871 census return they are shown as living at 19 Inner Wall, and in the 1881 census return as living at Gunnery Row, Island Wall. In the 1891 census return they are shown as living at Waterloo Place. They had twelve children. They were: Fanny FOREMAN (ref G49) Frank FOREMAN (ref G50) Charlotte FOREMAN (ref G51) Harry (Henry) FOREMAN (ref G52) George FOREMAN (ref G53) Alfred FOREMAN (ref G54) Victor FOREMAN (ref G55) Clara FOREMAN (ref G56) Arthur FOREMAN (ref G57) Richard John FOREMAN (ref G58) Wallace FOREMAN (ref G59) Rosie FOREMAN (ref G60) Mary died in 1926 and George died on 8th December 1932. F34 HARRY FOREMAN (E6) - was born on 30th September 1848 at Whitstable. He was apprenticed to the Whitstable Oyster Company on 2nd October 1862. F35 MARY ANN FOREMAN (E6) - was born on 25th October 1850 at Whitstable. F36 ELLEN FOREMAN (E6) - was born on 6th November 1852 at Whitstable. She married Norman Charles Weatherby on 21st January 1873 at Whitstable. F37 FANNY FOREMAN (E6) - was born on 11th November 1854 at Whitstable. She died on 12th October 1862 at Whitstable. No further information is available as yet. F38 FRED FOREMAN (E6) - was born on 5th May 1857 at Whitstable. He was apprenticed in the oyster trade on 24th May 1871, and was later a labourer. In the 1881 census return, he is shown as living with his mother, Elizabeth, at 32 Oxford Street. He married Annie Maria GALE on 16th July 1887 at St. Paul's, St. Mary Newington, Surrey. At the time of the wedding, Fred was living at 84 St. Paul's Road and Annie was living at 9 Wellard Avenue. The ceremony was conducted, after banns, by Rev. William H. BOWERS, and was by Augustus GALE and Frances ENGLISH. Annie was born in 1862, the daughter of William GALE, a labourer. They had six children. They were: Nelly Caroline FOREMAN (ref G61) Charles William FOREMAN (ref G62) Augustus Harry FOREMAN (ref G63) Mary Elizabeth FOREMAN (ref G64) Frederick George FOREMAN (ref G65) James Roberts FOREMAN (ref G66) Fred died on 10th October 1925 at 390 High Street, Catford. F39 HENRY HERBERT FOREMAN (E8) - was born on 26th May 1849 at Whitstable. He died in 1850, and was buried on 2nd March that year. F40 WILLIAM HENRY FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 29th August 1849 at Whitstable. He had spent some time as a 'sailor'. He moved with his parents and siblings to Muskoka, Canada in 1870. According to the diaries of Emily Mary PENSON (later to be William's sister-in-law) he was "a very nice young man, steady, and a really good living fellow. He and Flo were an ideal couple". There he married Florence Penson, known as 'Flo', daughter of another pioneer family. Flo's sister Alice married Fred Stubbs, from England, in a double wedding ceremony on 17th May 18??. (This was Flo's mother's birthday). Emily's diary notes that "it was a bright sunny day". The ceremony was conducted by Mr. COLE a Church of England minister from Bracebridge. The ceremony took place in 'the old log house' which had been bedecked with wild flowers fro the occasion. "The brides wore silver-grey dresses and white caps made of white tulle and orange blossoms. Flo had two bridesmaids, Sarah FOREMAN, William's sister, and me" (Emily Mary PENSON). The wedding breakfast was for 25 people, and there was an excellent meal and a huge wedding cake. William and Flo had six children: Ellen Rose FOREMAN (ref G67) Herbert Stanley FOREMAN (ref G68) Sydney George FOREMAN (ref G69) Arthur William FOREMAN (ref G70) Percy FOREMAN (ref G71) Florence Elizabeth FOREMAN (ref G72) When the children were still young their mother (Florence) died, circa 1895/96. William served on the first Port Carling council, being their first "assessor". Later William married his late wife's sister, widowed herself, Clara Ada Jane WATSON (nee PENSON), who had a daughter of her own, Emily WATSON. William worked in the building trade, as well as clearing and working his land. Realising the potential of Muskoka as a tourist centre he built the original "ENDIANG HOTEL". (It was later bought by Rupert DUKE, who renamed it "ARCADIA HOUSE". William was also a secretary-treasurer of the old Anglican Church. Later the family moved to Alberta, in the Lacomber area, settling in a new section. William named that section "ENDIANG", which it is still called today. From here his family 'scattered'. Clara died in Alberta. William lived with 'family' for some years and died on Vancouver Island. He is buried in St. John's Churchyard, near Colwood, British Columbia. Harry M. SANDERS sanderhk"att"cadvision.com 2002 is writing a book on place names in Alberta which may include more info. F41 ROSA JANE FOREMAN (E12)- was born on 29th May 1851 and was baptised on 22nd June 1851 at Whitstable Parish Church. She remained in Whitstable (with her sister Emmeline), when her parents and her other siblings emigrated to Canada in 1870. F42 EDWARD KENNETT FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 2nd May 1853 and was baptised on 5th June 1853 at Whitstable Parish Church. He moved with his parents and siblings to Muskoka, Canada in 1870. According to Emma Mary PENSON's diary, "He had a good business head, and took after his father...Kennett was never happier than when he was butchering pigs and calves. He used to do all that work for the neighbours around, who didn't like doing that kind of work themselves." He married Clarinda TROUTEN, in Muskoka, but he died very shortly afterwards. His widow later remarried, to W.J. JOHNSTON. F43 SIDNEY FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 12th January 1856 at Whitstable. He is thought to have died in infancy. F44 EMMELINE FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 1st October 1857 at Whitstable. She remained in Whitstable (with her sister Emmeline), when her parents and her other siblings emigrated to Canada in 1870. F45 SARAH FRANCES FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 5th May 1860 at Whitstable. She moved with his parents and siblings to Muskoka, Canada in 1870. In 1884 Henry MARTIN from London, a cousin of the FOREMANs, came to Muskoka. In 1886 Sarah married Henry MARTIN, known as 'Harry', settling at the mouth of the Indian River. They had four children: Susannah MARTIN (ref G73) George MARTIN (ref G74) Kennett MARTIN (ref G75) Annie MARTIN (ref G76) F46 WALTER KITCHINGHAM FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 15th October 1862 at Whitstable. He moved with his parents and siblings to Muskoka, Canada in 1870. Here he married Rosanna Morrow of Muskoka Falls on 16th May 1888, settling on the Indian River above the "Narrows". (Rosanna's parents, Richard and Rosanne Morrow, came from Donegal, Ireland.) Here Walter did a variety of work, such as lumbering, farming, carrying mail and working on the boats. They had six children: Eva FOREMAN (ref G77) Emma FOREMAN (ref G78) Wilfred FOREMAN (ref G79)...known as 'Fred' Wesley FOREMAN (ref G80) Frederick W. FOREMAN (ref G81) Edgar FOREMAN (ref G82) In later years the family, like that of Walter's eldest brother William, became interested in the tourist business, and built the original "Havington Farm", this name having some connection with the FOREMANs' "roots" in England. This business carried on until the death of Walter and Rosanna. (Edgar operated it for some years, then he sold it. Fire later destroyed the original building). F47 FRANK FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 18th September 1865, at 11.30 pm, at Whitstable, a twin to Herbert. He moved with his parents and siblings to Muskoka, Canada in 1870. Here he married Christiana Jane HANNA, known as 'Annie', the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hanna, pioneer store-keepers. For a few years they lived at FOREMAN's Bay (now called Mirror Lake) on the 'Narrows' of the Indian River, later moving to Alberta, settling at FOREMAN, Alberta, where Frank was Postmaster and Postman. Then in 1920 they moved to Penticton, British Columbia. It was an arduous journey. They travelled by train to Sicamous then by jitney (a type of motor bus) to Vernon, taxi to Okanagan Landing, and then sailed down the lake on a paddle steamer. They lived on Penticton Avenue. Frank worked mostly as a rough carpenter, building irrigation flumes. He and Annie were devout Methodists. There were nine children: Gordon FOREMAN (ref G83) Kennett FOREMAN (ref G84) Bertha FOREMAN (ref G85) Norman FOREMAN (ref G86) Herbert Mervyn FOREMAN (ref G87) Mable Gertrude FOREMAN (ref G88) Edith FOREMAN (ref G89) Edwyn Wyman FOREMAN (ref G90) Harold Earle FOREMAN (ref G91) Frank died in a nursing home in Penticton on 24th May 1956, of 'senility'. He was buried at Lakeview on 26th May 1956. F48 HERBERT FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 18th September 1865 at 11.35 p.m., at Whitstable, a twin to Frank. He is thought to have died in infancy, prior to the family moving to Canada in 1870. F49 ERNEST RICHARD FOREMAN (E12) - was born on 8th August 1867 in Whitstable. He moved with his parents and siblings to Muskoka, Canada in 1870. Here he married Mary ENNIS, and lived at Port Carling for a time, before moving to Red Deer, Alberta in 1891. They had three children: ? FOREMAN (ref G92) ? FOREMAN (ref G93) ? FOREMAN (ref G94) They later moved to FOREMAN, Alberta, then to Penticton, British Columbia, which is where Ernest Richard died. F50 ELIZABETH FOREMAN (E13) - was born on 19th January 1849 and was baptised on 21st February 1849 at Whitstable Parish Church. She emigrated, with her parents, to Australia in 1857/1858. She married George Alfred STEPHENS in Victoria in 1871. F51 WALTER FOREMAN (E13) - was born on 24th January 1851 and was baptised on 30th April 1851 at Whitstable Parish Church. He emigrated, with his parents, to Australia in 1857/1858. In the 1899 Victoria electoral roll, he is listed as a "Grazier" from Poowong. He married Emma Louise CHAPMAN, the daughter of Granado George John Chapman and Emma Thorburn. They had seven children: Helen Constance FOREMAN (ref G956) Muriel Lilian Quaife FOREMAN (ref G96) Elizabeth Emma FOREMAN (ref G97) Granado Walter FOREMAN (ref G98) Walter Richard FOREMAN (ref G99) Annie Florence FOREMAN (ref G100) Emma Louisa FOREMAN (ref G101) Emma Louise died at Elwood, Victoria in 1945, aged 83. Walter died at Elwood on 6th January 1923. F52 HANNAH FOREMAN (E13) - was born in 1859 in Westonport, Victoria, Australia. She married Charles Robert MAIR in 1883, in Westonport. F53 ARTHUR EDWARD FOREMAN (E13) - was born in 1860 in Westonport, Victoria, Australia. In the 1899 Victoria electoral roll he is listed as a "Grazier" from Poowong. He died at St. Kilda, Victoria on 16th January 1923, aged '60'. F54 FREDERICK FOREMAN (E13) - was born in 1862 in Carlton, Victoria, Australia. He died in 1863, in Carlton. F55 FANNY FOREMAN (E13) - was born in 1864 in Melbourne, Australia. She died in 1865 in Carlton, Victoria. F56 ELLEN FOREMAN (E13) - was born in 1866 in Australia. She married Sidney Fred DURSTON in 1889, in Carlton, Victoria. F57 CHARLOTTE FAITH FOREMAN (E17) - was born on 18th January 1845 at Seasalter. She married George WOODCRAFT, a shipwright. George was born at Heybridge Basin, Essex in 1842. In the 1861 census return she is listed as a teacher, living at 16, M'stside (?). In the 1871 census return they are shown as living at 9 Sea Street. Also in the house tat night was Rose H. FOREMAN, Charlotte's sister. Charlotte was part-owner of "Eagle Wing" with her brother George Henry. Charlotte and George had one child: Charlotte Faith Woodcraft (ref G102) Charlotte (senior) was apparently an "awful old woman" (according to her granddaughter's husband, William JENNER) who constantly complained about how poor she was. William felt very sorry for her until, one day, he saw her lifting her voluminous skirt, under which a bag was suspended on a cord. The bag was apparently full of gold sovereigns! She also appeared in court accused of short-weighting the customers in her shop, and the magistrate, when passing sentence, is said to have remarked "(Wood)craft by name, craft by nature!". F58 GEORGE HENRY FOREMAN (E17) - was born on 7th November 1848 at Seasalter. In adult life he was a mariner. He married Martha Catherine Eliza CROFT in 1871 at Seasalter, witnessed by Caleb Croft and George FOREMAN (father). Martha was born in Herne Bay in 1848 or 49. They had six children. They were: Richard FOREMAN (ref G103) William FOREMAN (ref G104) Harry FOREMAN (ref G105) Thomas FOREMAN (ref G106) Maud FOREMAN (ref G107) Winifred FOREMAN (ref G108) In the 1881 Census return for Whitstable, they were living at 5 Fountain Street, but, strangely, no children were listed. F59 RICHARD JOHN FOREMAN (E17) - was born on 19th September 1850 at Seasalter. In adult life he was a 'sea mariner'. He married Ellen Jane Collard and they lived at 39 Victoria Street. Ellen was born in Whitstable in 1855. In the 1881 census they are shown as living at 32 Harbour Street. In the 1891 census return they are shown as having ten children, and living in Victoria Street. They were: Richard Henry FOREMAN (ref G109) Ellen Jane FOREMAN (ref G110) Richard John FOREMAN (ref G111) Margaret Alice FOREMAN (ref G112) George Henry Greenwood FOREMAN (ref G113) William James FOREMAN (ref G114) Edward Thomas FOREMAN (ref G115) Henry Alfred FOREMAN (ref G116) Thomas Henry Wright FOREMAN (ref G117) Dorothy M. FOREMAN (ref G118) Richard's widowed mother-in-law, Margaret COLLARD, aged 80, was also living with them at the time of the 1881 and 1891 censuses. (She came from Lowestoft, Suffolk). In Wallace HARVEY's book "The Merchant Ships of Whitstable", Richard is listed as one of the masters of the "Kathleen". The "Kathleen" was built at Bedegabl, Prince Edward Island, by J & C POPE. She was a 154 ton brigantine, registration number 39165, owned by C. Hoult (21st July 1859). She was bought from Liverpool on 19th July 1859 and was insured for A3 350. In August 1888 she fell over on her side whilst discharging coal at Northfleet, and was damaged. On 18th October 1889 she was insured for A3 440. On 9th November 1891 it was reported that she had sailed from Sunderland on 25th October and that she was seen off Whitby on 26th October by the master of the "Vivid", and that she had not been heard of since. On 31st October it was reported that her boat had been picked up off Clacton. Later it was reported that " a man, name unknown, had been found drowned on Filiestone beach on 4th December 1891". The Filiestone parish registers show: "Assented February 1892 by the widow of (Richard) John FOREMAN of Whitstable, Kent to be the body of her husband who was Master of the brigantine "Kathleen" of Whitstable, lost with all hands off Walton-on-the Naze on October 17th 1891. The deceased was 41 years of age." From an official report we find that on entering the Thames Estuary she had the misfortune to run on the Gun Fleet Sand, and although she got off, she sank in the East Swin with the loss of all hands. The Insurance Company paid the owner A3 175 on 5th April 1892, on "account of her total loss." F60 ROSANNAH HANNAH FOREMAN (E17) - was born on 9th January 1853 at Seasalter. In the 1861 census return she is shown as living at 16, M'stside (?). In the 1871 census return she is shown as living with her sister Charlotte, Charlotte's husband George Woodcraft, and their daughter, at 9 Sea Street, Whitstable. Her occupation was given as "dressmaker". She married Henry Alfred Cooper in 1875 at Seasalter. F61 EMILY FOREMAN (E18) - was born on 27th October 1862. She married Thomas Robert DADD on 29th April 1899. They had one child:- Dorothy DADD (ref G119) F62 WILLIAM FOREMAN (E18) - was born on 30th April 1864, a twin to Mary Ann. In adult life he was a carpenter. He married three times. His first wife was Susan CAMBURN. They were married on 21st October 1884. Susan was born on 12th July 1863. They had one child:- George William FOREMAN (ref G120) Susan died on 15th February 1892, and is buried in Whitstable. William's second wife was Gladys Annie Else. They had three children:- Edmund J. FOREMAN (ref G121) Leslie James FOREMAN (ref G122) Alfred FOREMAN (ref G123) William's third wife was Kate REEVES. She was born on 5th November 1866. They were married on 30th March 1904. They had one child:- Stanley FOREMAN (ref G124) William died on 7th April 1931, and Kate died in 1950. F63 MARY ANN FOREMAN (E18) - was born on 30th April 1864, a twin to William, and died on 1st July 1864. F64 AMANDA FOREMAN (E19) - was born on 29th March 1863 at Seasalter. In the 1881 census return she is shown as living with her mother at Inner Wall. She married Wallace Herbert GREEN, witnessed by William and Emma FOREMAN. F65 ZACCHEUS GOLDFINCH (E21) - was born circa 1861 in Whitstable. He was a shipwright. In the 1881 census return he is shown as living at Inner Wall. F66 HANNAH GOLDFINCH (F21) - was born circa 1869 in Whitstable. In the 1881 census return she is shown as living at Inner Wall.

GENERATION G: G1 ESTHER FOREMAN (F4) - was born on 17th March 1860 at Whitstable. In the 1881 Census return she is shown as a general servant at 27 Oxford Street, the home of George Holden, a 71 year-old shipowner. G2 EDWARD JOHN FOREMAN (F4) - was born on 23rd July 1861 at Whitstable. In the 1881 census return, he is shown as being a 'Boot Maker'. G3 ISABELLA FOREMAN (F4) - was born on 16th January 1863 at Whitstable. In the 1891 census she is still living at home at 106 Albert Street, unmarried, and her occupation was 'dressmaker'. G4 KATE FOREMAN (F4) - was born on 1st August 1864 at Whitstable. G5 WALTER FOREMAN (F4) - was born on 28th February 1866 at Whitstable. G6 JOSIAH FOREMAN (F4) - was born in 1870 in Whitstable. In the 1891 Census return he is living at home at 106 Albert Street, and his occupation was 'blacksmith'. G7 EDITH MAUD FOREMAN (F4) - was born in 1876 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return she is living at home, at 106 Albert Street, unmarried, and her occupation was 'draper's apprentice'. G8 ELSIE FOREMAN (F4) - was born in Whitstable in 1878. G9 CHARLES FOREMAN (F13) - was born on 7th April 1862 at Whitstable. G10 GEOFFREY FOREMAN (F13) - was born on 31st October 1863 at Whitstable. In the 1881 Census return, he is listed as Jeffrey FOREMAN, lodging with a BAKER family at 17 Mortimer Street, Herne. Geoffrey is shown to be a butcher, whereas the Bakers were....bakers! On 17th June 1883, Geoffrey married Caroline KEEN, aged 21, spinster of Herne and daughter of Henry KEEN, labourer, at Herne Church. The witnesses were Henry DARBY and Mary DARBY. G11 EMILY FOREMAN (F13) - was born in Whitstable in 1867. G12 ANN FOREMAN (F13) - was born in Whitstable in 1869. G13 CHARLES HENRY FOREMAN (F13) - was born on 10th August 1876 at Whitstable. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 21st May 1890, but in the 1891 census return his occupation is given as 'carpenter'. G14 JOHN LOTT(FOREMAN) (F14) - was born on 5th January 1862 and was baptised on 13th April 1862 at Whitstable Parish Church. In the 1881 Census return he is shown as an agricultural labourer, living at Cherry Tree Cottage, in Otford, near Sevenoaks, Kent. G15 MARTHA ANN LOTT (F14) - was born circa 1870 in Whitstable. G16 MATILDA LOTT (F14) - was born circa 1872 in Whitstable. G17 ERNEST GOLDSACK FOREMAN (F15) - was born on 16th October 1871. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 7th January 1886. He married Elizabeth G. Wood in 1924. G18 ANNIE JANE FOREMAN (F15) - was born in Whitstable in 1874. G19 HUBERT CHARLES FOREMAN (F15) - was born on 24th November 1875. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 7th July 1889. G20 LEONARD JAMES FOREMAN (F15) - was born on 4th November 1881. In adult life he was an outfitter, of High Street, Whitstable. He married Maud Larkin on 30th August 1909 at Sittingbourne Parish Church, in the presence of Annie Jane FOREMAN, Ellen Larkin, Herbert George Dale and Eliza FOREMAN. The ceremony was conducted, after banns, by Rev. R.H. Williams. At the time of the wedding, Maud was living at 157 High Street, Whitstable. Maud was born in 1880, the daughter of Edward Charles Larkin, a farmer. Leonard and Maud had three children. They were: Greta Noreen FOREMAN (ref H1) Onslow Kenneth FOREMAN (ref H2) Cecil R. FOREMAN (ref H3) Leonard died in 1972. G21 ONSLOW WEST FOREMAN (F18) - was born on 6th May 1867 at Whitstable. G22 ADA FOREMAN (F18) - was born in Whitstable in 1870. G23 OSBORNE FOREMAN GAMBRELL (F19) - was born on 11th October 1868, in Whitstable. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 5th July 1883, to Alfred John and Rebecca Mary GAMBRELL. He finished his apprenticeship in 1890, aged 21, when he became a dredger. He married Alice Kate Matthews on 9th July 1895, at Whitstable. They had one child:- Osborne Edward GAMBRELL (ref H4) G24 GEORGE HENRY GAMBRELL (F19) - was born in Whitstable in 1870. In adult life he was a master fisherman / mariner. He married Rosalind Mary Cooper on 20th January 1895 at Ramsgate. Rosalind was born on 19th November 1870 in Ramsgate. George and Rosalind lived in Ramsgate, where they had two children:- Wilfred George GAMBRELL (ref H5) Arthur Ernest GAMBRELL (ref H6) The family moved to Bermondsey, where George worked as a docker. Rosalind died on 23rd January 1941 in Bermondsey, and George on 11th February 1942, also in Bermondsey. G25 ALFRED JAMES GAMBRELL (F19) - was born in 1872 in Whitstable, although his service record in the Royal Australian Navy quotes 23rd March 1869!). He married Annie WALKER in 1901, in Whitstable. Alfred was in the Royal Navy and served on HMS Northumberland in 1901. They had seven children:- Doris Annie GAMBRELL (ref H7) Alfred James GAMBRELL (ref H8) Arthur William Wyatt GAMBRELL (ref H9) George Ivan GAMBRELL (ref H10) Frederick Osborne GAMBRELL (ref H11) Harry John GAMBRELL (ref H12) Phillip GAMBRELL (ref H13) The family moved to Australia in 1912, where Alfred joined the Australian Navy as a Petty Officer. They lived at 81 Cole Street, Williamstown, Victoria. He was speared in New Guinea during World War 1, and died of gangrene on 9th August 1920, in Williamstown Base Hospital, Australia. His death was shortly followed by that of his only daughter, Doris, also at Williamstown Base Hospital, then his wife Annie on 9th June 1921, at Melbourne Hospital. The Rev. Hudson (Naval Doctor) was with Alfred when he died. The cause of death was given as 'acute gastro entero colitis, uraemia and cardiac failure'. The younger children were placed by the Navy in an orphanage run by the Church of England in Australia, until they were able to work and support themselves. The Navy paid for their upkeep at the orphanage, and the Rev. HUDSON actually took the children to the orphanage after their parents' deaths. G26 CHARLES GAMBRELL (F19) - was born in 1874 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return he was living with his parents at 13 Oxford Street, and was a shipwright's apprentice. G27 REBECCA MARY GAMBRELL (F19) - was born in 1876 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return she was living with her parents at 13 Oxford Street. She was always known as 'Becky'. She married ? in 1895. G28 ELLEN JANE GAMBRELL (F19) - was born in 1877 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return she was living with her parents at 13 Oxford Street. She married Rodney Harry Sandy in 1897 in Whitstable. G29 EDWARD WILLIAM FOREMAN (F20) - was born in Whitstable in 1874 and was baptised on 7th December 1883 at Whitstable Parish Church. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 29th June 1888. In the 1891 census return he was shown as living at 27 Oxford Street with his parents and siblings. His occupation was given as butcher's apprentice. G30 FRANK FOREMAN (F20) - was born in Whitstable in 1877. In the 1891 census return he was shown as living at 27 Oxford Street with his parents and siblings. His occupation was given as port errand boy. G31 RAYMOND FOREMAN (F20) - was born in Sheerness in 1879. In the 1891 census return he was shown as living at 27 Oxford Street with his parents and siblings. His occupation was given as scholar. G32 EMILY JANE FOREMAN (F20) - was born in Sheerness 1882. In the 1891 census return she was shown as living at 27 Oxford Street with her parents and siblings. Her occupation was given as scholar. G33 ONSLOW JAMES FOREMAN (F20) - was born in Sheerness 4.7.1883. In the 1891 census return he was shown as living at 27 Oxford Street with his parents and siblings. His occupation was given as scholar. Grandfather of larry.foreman"att"rogers.com - 1st contact 7.8.09. Larry writes re Onslow: "He emigrated to Canada in May, 1911 and found work as a bricklayer in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His bride-to-be followed and they were married later in that year. Her name was MINNIE THOMAS and lived in Borden, Kent. My father FRANK EDWARD FOREMAN was born on 17 Sep 1912 in Toronto. There was another son born to my grandparents, Ernest Robert who died before reaching the age of 2 months. I am one of four children, an older sister, a younger sister and the youngest a brother." G34 MARY FOREMAN (F20) - was born in Sheerness in 1887. In the 1891 census return she was shown as living at 27 Oxford Street with her parents and siblings. Her occupation was given as scholar. G35 HERBERT FOREMAN (F20) - was born in Whitstable in 1890. In the 1891 census return he was shown as living at 27 Oxford Street with his parents and siblings. ?m Dec Q 1908 Thanet, Kent sp-Elizabeth Jane SCOTT 1890 Northfleet, Kent reg Mar Q Strood, Kent. #She is 11364 24341 at king/king.html G36 WILLIAM FOREMAN (F22) - was born on 9th February 1854 and was baptised on 14th December 1854 at Whitstable Parish Church. G35 ALICE FOREMAN (F25) - was born in Whitstable on 20th September 1864. In the 1881 Census return she is shown as a "dressmaker". G38 ALFRED GEORGE FOREMAN (F25) - was born on 31st January 1866. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 6th March 1880. He married Selina A. MUSSELWHITE. Selina was born in Poole, Dorset in 1867. They lived at 50 Harbour Street, and in the 1891 census return Alfred is shown as being an oyster dredger. It also shows them as having one child: Edith Annette FOREMAN (ref H14) G39 GEORGE FOREMAN (F25) - was born on 9th September 1867. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 6th March 1880. G40 FLORENCE M. FOREMAN (F25) - was born in Whitstable in 1870. G41 EMILY FOREMAN (F25) - was born in Whitstable in 1872. G42 WILLIAM H. FOREMAN (F25) - was born in Whitstable in 1875. In the 1891 census return he was shown as living with his parents at 74 Harbour Street, and his occupation was given as 'sea mariner'. G43 SUSANNAH FOREMAN (F25) - was born in Whitstable in 1877. In the 1891 census return she is shown as living with her parents at 74 Harbour Street. Her occupation is given as 'scholar'. G44 ELLEN GERTRUDE FOREMAN (F26) - was born in Whitstable on 13th April 1872. She married Edwin DYASON, a master mariner from Whitstable, at the Methodist Church in Poole, Dorset on 10th October 1893. Edwin was born on 19th April 1867. They had four children: John William DYASON (ref H15) Reverdy Cecil DYASON (ref H16) Gertrude Nellie DYASON (ref H17) George Edwin DYASON (ref H18) Edwin died in Poole, on 18th April 1937, and Ellen died there in 1958. G45 FLORENCE LOUISE FOREMAN (F26) - was born in 1874 and died in 1960 in Poole, Dorset. She never married. G46 KATE GOLDFINCH (F29) - was born in Whitstable circa 1875. G47 SYDNEY GOLDFINCH (F29) - was born in Whitstable circa 1876. G48 FRED FOREMAN (F31) - was born in Whitstable circa 1858. G49 FANNY FOREMAN (F33) - was born in 1866. She married Robert Olive. G50 FRANK FOREMAN (F33) - was born on 7th October 1868 in Whitstable. He was apprenticed in the oyster fishing trade on 1st December 1882. In the 1891 census return he was living with his parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. His occupation was given as 'fisherman'. He married ? in 1893. G51 CHARLOTTE FOREMAN (F33) - was born in 1870 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return she was shown as living with her parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. Her occupation was given as 'domestic general servant'. She married Frederick Beaney in 1892 at Whitstable. They ran "The Ship Centurion" public house in Whitstable. G52 HARRY (HENRY) FOREMAN (F33) - was born in 1872 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return he is shown as living with his parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. His occupation was given as 'sea mariner'. He was given the nickname of "Captain Bar". He married Charlotte Frances Weller on 9th October 1897. She was born in 1874 at Borden, near Sittingbourne, the daughter of Edward Weller. Harry and Charlotte had one child:- Maud FOREMAN (ref H19) Harry died on 28th September 1921, and Charlotte died on 8th August 1934 - she is buried in Whitstable churchyard. G53 GEORGE FOREMAN (F33) - was born on 26th September 1874 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return he is shown as living with his parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. His occupation was given as 'fisherman'. He married Alice Rachel Keen on 16th February 1901. They had four children:- George W. FOREMAN (ref H20) Alice Emma FOREMAN (ref H21) Frank H. FOREMAN (ref H22) Albert Thomas FOREMAN (ref H23) George died on 15th July 1952. Alice died in November 1964. They are buried together in Whitstable. On the same gravestone is an entry for their son, Frank. G54 ALFRED FOREMAN (F33) - was born in 1876 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return he is shown as living with his parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. He was known as "Dido". He married Margaret Amy Moon, who was born in 1877. They had six children:- Alfred FOREMAN (ref H24) Arthur FOREMAN (ref H25) Charles Richard FOREMAN (ref H26) Frederick FOREMAN (ref H27) Edward J. FOREMAN (ref H28) Dorothy FOREMAN (ref H29) Margaret died on 24th June 1943. G55 VICTOR FOREMAN (F33) - was born in 1878 in Whitstable. In the 1891 census return he is shown as living with his parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. His occupation was given as 'scholar'. In adult life he was an oyster-dredger. He married Harriet Jane ?. They had two children:- Mabel Kate FOREMAN (ref H30) Maisie FOREMAN (ref H31) G56 CLARA FOREMAN (F33) - was born in Whitstable in 1881. In the 1891 census return she is shown as living with her parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. Her occupation was given as 'scholar'. G57 ARTHUR FOREMAN (F33) - was born in Whitstable in 1883. In the 1891 census return he is shown as living with his parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. His occupation was given as 'scholar'. He married Emily Clarke on 23rd February 1909, witnessed by George FOREMAN and James Clarke (Army Officer). Arthur became a mariner, and an innkeeper, of the "Prince Albert" in Whitstable. G58 RICHARD JOHN FOREMAN (F33) - was born in Whitstable in 1884. He was not listed in the 1891 census return. G59 WALLACE FOREMAN (F33) - was born in Whitstable in 1885. In the 1891 census return he is shown as living with his parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. His occupation was given as 'scholar'. He married Nellie Allen. G60 ROSIE FOREMAN (F33) - was born in Whitstable in 1888. In the 1891 census return she is shown as living with her parents and siblings at Waterloo Place. She married ? in 1910. G61 NELLY CAROLINE FOREMAN (F38) - was born on 18th April 1888 at Charles Street, Christchurch, London. She was known as "Sis". She died on 5th January 1954 at Blackheath. She never married. G62 CHARLES WILLIAM FOREMAN (F38) - was born on 20th May 1890 at Newcut, Lambeth. In adult life he was a labourer, and a shopkeeper, later a cafe proprietor. He preferred to be known as "Char". He married Edith Joan Constance Clark on 7th April 1928 at St. Swithin's, Hither Green. The ceremony was conducted, after banns, by Rev. Francis H. Rice, and was witnessed by W.J.C. Clark (bride's father) A.L. Clark and A.M. FOREMAN (bridegroom's sister-in-law). At the time of the marriage, Charles was working as a 'packer', living at 18 Paragon Road, Blackheath, and Edith was living at 18 Wellmeadow Road. Edith was the daughter of William John Constantine Clark, a commercial traveller. She preferred to be known as 'Joan'. They had one child:- Janet FOREMAN (ref H32) Charles died on 4th February 1970 at All Saints' Hospital, Chatham. Joan died in 1994. G63 AUGUSTUS HARRY FOREMAN (F38) - was born on 3rd July 1892 at Newcut, Lambeth. He was known as "Harry". He died on 6th June 1910 at the Metropolitan Asylum, Caterham. G64 MARY ELIZABETH FOREMAN (F38) - was born on 24th August 1894 at Newcut, Lambeth. She was known as "Pixie". She died on 16th July 1913 at the Metropolitan Asylum, Caterham. G65 FREDERICK GEORGE FOREMAN (F38) - was born on 19th January 1897 at Newcut, Lambeth. In adult life he was a sailor, labourer, and finally a garage forecourt attendant. He was known as "Cede" (pronounced 'Seedy'). He never married, and lived with his sister, Nelly Caroline (see above). He died on 30th March 1965 at Grove Park Hospital, Lee. G66 JAMES ROBERTS FOREMAN (F38) - was born on 9th June 1900 at Newcut, Lambeth. In adult life he was a baker's roundsman, then an electrician. He was known as "Jim". He married Alice Maud Selina (Sarah) Poole on 12th August 1923 at St. Nicholas's Church, Deptford. The ceremony was conducted, after banns, by Rev. Theodore W. Pitman and was witnessed by Frederick George FOREMAN (bridegroom's brother) and John Poole (bride's father). At the time of the wedding, James was working as a 'carman', and James and Alice were living at 21 Reginald Street, Deptford. Alice was born on 6th January 1903 at Deptford, the daughter of John Poole, a dustman, and Annie Maria Poole (nee Meloy). They had one child:- Robert Arthur FOREMAN (ref H33) James died on 18th December 1952, at Brook Hospital, Greenwich, in the "Great London Smog". Alice died on 19th February 1994 at St. Mary's Hospital, Sidcup. G67 ELLEN ROSE FOREMAN (F40) - was born in Muskoka, Canada on 23rd May 1879. She was known as 'Nellie'. She married Richard Sebastian GREGORY-ALLAN on 17th December 1902 in Bracebridge, Ontario. Richard was born in 1879. They entered into the tourist industry, building the "Nephewan Hotel" on Lake Rosseau. They later moved to Alberta. They operated the Post Office and Endiang store founded by Florence Elizabeth FOREMAN and her father, William Henry FOREMAN. They had two children: Florence Ellen Louisa Gregory-Allan (ref H34) Richard William Godfrey Gregory-Allan (ref H35) Nellie died on 21st March 1974. G68 HERBERT STANLEY FOREMAN (F40) - was born in Muskoka, Canada on 7th April 1881. He moved with his parents and siblings to Alberta, and from here he later moved to Nevada City. He was always known as 'Bert'. He married twice. His first wife was Pearl ?: they divorced, but did have one child: Vera FOREMAN (ref H36) His second wife was Hazel ?, and they had four children: Doreen FOREMAN (ref H37) Iva FOREMAN (ref H38) Stanley FOREMAN (ref H39) Gordon FOREMAN (ref H40) Herbert died in 1968. G69 SYDNEY GEORGE FOREMAN (F40) - was born in Muskoka, Canada on 15th November 1888. He moved with his parents and siblings to Alberta, and from here he later moved to Oaklands, California, USA. He married at least FIVE times, and possibly six! His first wife was Doris CUMMING, and they married in Gadsby, Alberta. The names of his later wives are not yet known; they are referred to here as Wife # 2, Wife # 3, Wife # 4 and Wife # 5. Three wives died and two he divorced. He had seven children, but it is not yet known by which of his seven wives. The children were: Sylvia FOREMAN (ref H41) Marion FOREMAN (ref H42) Lela FOREMAN (ref H43) Joan FOREMAN (ref H44) George FOREMAN (ref H45) Edwin FOREMAN (ref H46) Arthur William FOREMAN (ref H47) Sydney died in 1964. G70 ARTHUR WILLIAM FOREMAN (F40) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. When he was rowing a guest at his father's hotel to Port Carling to catch a steam-boat, he was accidentally shot in the spine, and was paralysed. He was ten years old. Arthur never walked again, spending the rest of his life in a hospital for incurable children in Bloor Street, Toronto, and then at the now Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Dunn Avenue, Toronto. He was a very cheerful and positive person, and did some lovely wood-carvings, two of which are owned by Harold Richard HUNT, his nephew. He died there in the influenza epidemic of 1918, at the age of 31. G71 PERCY FOREMAN (F40) - was born in Muskoka, Canada on 16th August 1892. He moved with his parents and siblings to Alberta. He lived and worked on a ranch at Endiang for a while. He married twice. His first wife was Valerie Tasker. They had three children: Marion FOREMAN (ref H48) [This was Val's daughter before marrying Percy.] Stanley FOREMAN (ref H49) Douglas FOREMAN (ref H50) Following World War 1 he moved to Victoria, USA, where he worked in a sawmill. He lost his right arm in an accident at the mill. Valerie died in 1956 after a long illness, and Percy later remarried, to Mable BULLOCK, who had been Valerie's nurse. There were no further children. Percy died in November 1969. G72 FLORENCE ELIZABETH FOREMAN (F40) - was born in Muskoka, Canada on 16th November 1895. Known as 'Florrie', her mother [Florence Emma Penson] died when she was only two months old, and Florrie was raised mainly by her elder sister Ellen ("Nellie"). With her father she founded and operated the Endiang store and Post Office, and it was there that she met her husband-to-be. She married Harry Harold HUNT on February 3rd 1913, in St George's Anglican Church, Stettler, Alberta. Harry was born on 18th March 1883, and originated from Evesham in Worcestershire, England, and was a rancher. They had five children: Harold Wilfred HUNT (ref H51) Ruth Elizabeth HUNT (ref H52) Harold Richard HUNT (ref H53) William Gerald HUNT (ref H54) David John HUNT (ref H55) Harry died on 7th April 1957, in Canada. Florrie died on 27th January 1969, and is buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery on the outskirts of Calgary, as is Harry. G73 SUSANNAH MARTIN (F45) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. She married R.J. WATT of Toronto, and moved to Calgary, Alberta. They had two children: Keith WATT (ref H56) Dorothy WATT (ref H57) When the children were still young, Mr. WATT died. G74 GEORGE MARTIN (F45) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. He died in a Toronto hospital in 1902. G75 KENNETT MARTIN (F45) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. He married Ivy Anderson, and they lived on the farm where his mother went as a bride. G76 ANNIE MARTIN (F45) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. She married W.H. BENNET, of Toronto. G77 EVA FOREMAN (F46) - born in Muskoka, Canada. She married T. WILSON. G78 EMMA FOREMAN (F46) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. She married Ernest DUKE. They had one daughter:- Verna DUKE (ref H58) G79 WILFRED FOREMAN (F46) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. Died in infancy. G80 WESLEY FOREMAN (F46) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. He died in infancy. G81 FREDERICK W. FOREMAN (F46) - was born in Muskoka, Canada, on 22nd December 1897. After attending school he remained at home, to help run the farm and the tourist resort business. He was very interested in animals, and was especially skilled with horses. In his youth he spent several seasons with the harvesters in western Canada. In 1920 he married Laura May ALLEN at the Barrie United Church, the official being Rev S.M. BEACH. They purchased and ran a farm at Rossclair, and operated the post office until 1926. They had two children:- Garth FOREMAN (ref H59) Mervyn FOREMAN (ref H60) Fred was a member of the Loyal Orange Lodge from 1916. (in 1987 he was the oldest member to ride on their float in the annual parade). He was a trustee of Port Carling United Church. Fred died at South Muskoka Hospital on 1st January 1993, aged 95. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Ralph HILLS at the Reynolds Funeral Chapel. The pallbearers were the six grandchildren. The service was followed by cremation. "He will never be forgotten by his many friends, neighbours and the community whose lives were so enriched having known and loved Fred". G82 EDGAR FOREMAN (F46) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. Edgar ran the "Havington Farm" Hotel built by his father after his father's death. He sold it after a few years. G83 GORDON FOREMAN (F47) - was born on 24th August 1892 in Canada. He was accidentally shot dead on 19th September 1906, whilst out hunting with his brothers. Apparently they were walking in a line up hill, when one of them tripped and the gun went off. He was buried in FOREMAN, Alberta, his being the first grave in the Prairie Grove Cemetery. G84 KENNETT FOREMAN (F47) - was born in Canada. He died at the age of six months "from teething". G85 BERTHA FOREMAN (F47) - was born in Canada. She fell in love with Harold O'LEARY, which greatly upset the FOREMAN family, as the O'Learys were "hill-billy types" (Harold's grandmother, Mrs DUKESBURY, smoked a corn-cob pipe). Bertha was 'shipped off' to Port Carling to stay with the Hanna family, in the hope that she'd get over Harold. However, she married Harold O'LEARY anyway, on 18th August 1917 at the Presbyterian manse in Settler, Alberta, with the Rev. J.K. McKean officiating. G86 NORMAN FOREMAN (F47) - was born in Canada on 9th September 1893. He married Lucy Pickering and had two children: Harold FOREMAN (ref H61) Jessie Lee FOREMAN (ref H62) G87 HERBERT MERVYN FOREMAN (F47) - was born on 4th August, 1896 in Canada. He was always known as 'Merv'. He lived in Penticton and married Louise ROADHOUSE, the daughter of one of the first pioneer families in Penticton. Merv was the first paid fire-fighter in Penticton, and went on to become fire chief for many years. For a period after his retirement he worked as a curator of the Penticton Museum. Merv and Lou had two children: Shirley FOREMAN (ref H63) Peggy FOREMAN (ref H64) G88 MABLE GERTRUDE FOREMAN (F47) - was born in Innisfail, Canada on 16th November 1898. She had one child by Frank INCE, a farmer: Bryan FOREMAN (ref. H65) There is a possibility of another daughter to Mable, (Gwen, born 22nd May 1921 in Penticton) but this is unconfirmed. Mable married A. Lamont Smith some time after 1921. He was always known as 'Monty', and was one of the first 'white' children born in Penticton. Mable worked for some time in the local fruit packing houses. Monty and Mable were hard working, and very happy, friendly people. They had a large fruit orchard. They had three children: Edith SMITH (ref H66) Bud SMITH (ref H67) Yvonne SMITH (ref H68) Mable suffered from diabetes and became blind in her later years. She was famous in the area for her shortbread cookies that won several first prizes at the local fairs. She was also a competent handiworker and did beautiful stitchery until arthritis caused her to stop needlework. In her final years, Mable was in the extended care of the hospital as her health failed. She died very suddenly while on a shopping trip with her daughter Edith. G89 EDITH FOREMAN (F47) - was born in Canada on 24th November 1899. She married Frank REESE. They had two children: Lloyd REESE (ref H69) Donald REESE (ref H70) Frank died young, in an industrial accident, but Edith never remarried. She was a very active member of the United Church. G90 EDWYN WYMAN FOREMAN (F47) - was born on 2nd August 1902 in Canada. He married Ethel ?. They had at least two children: Thelma FOREMAN (ref H71) Frankie FOREMAN (ref H72) Ed was a talented piano player. G91 HAROLD EARLE FOREMAN (F47) - was born in Red Willow, Alberta, Canada on 14th December 1906. He lived in Red Willow until he was 14, when the family moved to Penticton. He has always preferred to be known as 'Earle', and claims that he was named after a Reverend EARLE. He married twice. His first wife was Aimee ? in 1927, whilst he was a worker at the Penticton Bakery. He was a baker in Penticton and Kelowna 'until I got flour poisoning and had to quit that trade'. He then moved back to Penticton, and then to Copper Mountain where he worked on the railroad. He served with the Canadian Army during the war as a transportation worker at Val Cartier in Quebec. After the war he returned to Penticton to work for Penticton Pipe and Flume and for Western Farms. He and Aimee had five children: Irma FOREMAN (ref H73) Merna FOREMAN (ref H74) Lily FOREMAN (ref H75) Ruby FOREMAN (ref H76) Lorna FOREMAN (ref H77) Earle and Aimee were divorced, and in August 1945 Earle went on a 'blind date' with Ruth Annie DAMON. She became his second wife on 21st September 1945. Earle also worked on the construction crew that built one of the famous church landmarks in Penticton. The church is built of rock and cement! Earle suffers from diabetes and is nearly blind. He says that the FOREMAN family has a history of diabetes and blindness, and that many members of the family are hard of hearing. He also says that they are 'long-living people'. G92 ? FOREMAN (F49) - was born in Canada. G93 ? FOREMAN (F49) - was born in Canada. G94 ? FOREMAN (F49) - was born in Canada. G95 HELEN CONSTANCE FOREMAN (F51) - was born in North Carlton, Victoria, Australia in 1889. She married Charles Isaac ROBINSON in Victoria State in 1925. G96 MURIEL LILIAN QUAIFE FOREMAN (F51) - was born in Poowong, Victoria, Australia in 1891. She married Albert CROFT in Victoria State, in 1915. G97 ELIZABETH EMMA FOREMAN (F51) - was born in Poowong, Victoria, Australia in 1892. She married Archibald Victor MCLAUGHLIN in Victoria State, in 1918. G98 GRANADO WALTER FOREMAN (F51) - was born in Poowong, Victoria, Australia in 1894. He lived with his parents and sister at No 8 Gurner Street, St. Kilda, Victoria, and was a Lieutenant in the Australian Imperial Expeditionary Forces, "late of parts beyond the seas", and a second Lieutenant in His Majesty's Royal Flying Corps. He was killed in action in France on 14th July 1917. His will was dated 8th September 1915. It was proven at the Supreme Court of Victoria on 17th September 1917. In it he names his father, Walter, and his sister, Elizabeth, as executors and trustees. He bequeathed all of his estate to them, "to convert the same into money" to pay off any debts. Any residual sum was to be paid "to my mother Emma Louise FOREMAN for her sole use and benefit ." If she had pre-deceased him, it was to go to any of his sisters who were unmarried at the time of his death, once they attained the age of 21. His estate comprised Bank savings of around A3 238 and Life policies to the value of around A3 211 - a total estate of A3 448. This would be the equivalent of around A3 240,000 at today's values (1994). G99 WALTER RICHARD FOREMAN (F51) - was born in K'buna, Victoria, Australia in 1896. G100 ANNIE FLORENCE FOREMAN (F51) - was born in Carlton, Victoria in 1899. G101 EMMA LOUISA FOREMAN (F51) - was born in Poowong, Victoria, Australia in 1903. She married Eric Marshall Tait in Victoria State in 1928. G102 CHARLOTTE FAITH WOODCRAFT (F57) - was born in Whitstable in 1867. She married Thomas "Tom" FLIGHT, who was a Navy man. Tom was born in Gillingham in 1865. He was posted to Ascension Island for three years and his wife and children joined him there. They had six children: Charlotte Ada FLIGHT (ref H78) Florence Alfreda Rowe FLIGHT (ref H79) Clara FLIGHT (ref H80) Tom FLIGHT (ref H81) Jack FLIGHT (ref H82) Claude FLIGHT (ref H83) When Tom left the Navy, they ran a music shop in Gillingham High Street. Charlotte 'took to drink' and made Tom's life a "misery". Then Tom suddenly disappeared, leaving a pile of clothing on the seashore. He was never seen again, and it was assumed he drowned. Charlotte's son-in-law, William Jenner, believed Tom had feigned suicide and was living abroad. Charlotte made the children's life miserable and difficult, so much so that Charlotte Ada begged William Jenner, a shipmate of her father, Tom FLIGHT, to marry her so she could escape from home. G103 RICHARD FOREMAN (F58) G104 WILLIAM FOREMAN (F58) G105 HARRY FOREMAN (F58) - married ? They had two children: Thomas FOREMAN (ref H84) George FOREMAN (ref H85) G106 THOMAS FOREMAN (F58) - married ? CAPLIN. They had five children:- Thomas E.A. FOREMAN (ref H86) Frederick G. FOREMAN (ref H87) Richard J. FOREMAN (ref H88) Ernest W. FOREMAN (ref H89) Dorothy M.M. FOREMAN (ref H90) G107 MAUD FOREMAN (F58) G108 WINIFRED FOREMAN (F58) G109 RICHARD HENRY FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1872. G110 ELLEN JANE FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1874. In the 1891 census return she was living with her parents and siblings at 39 Victoria Street. G111 RICHARD JOHN FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1876. In the 1891 census return he was living with her parents and siblings at 39 Victoria Street. His occupation was given as 'shipwright's apprentice'. G112 MARGARET ALICE FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1878. In the 1891 census return she was living with her parents and siblings at 39 Victoria Street. Her occupation was given as 'scholar'. G113 GEORGE HENRY GREENWOOD FOREMAN (F59) - was born on 14th January 1880, and became a councillor of Whitstable Urban District Council. He owned the trawler "Kathleen". His first wife was Alice May Stevens. They moved around Whitstable - in 1900 they were at 83 Victoria Street, in 1901 at 54 Albert Street, in 1903 at 75 Albert Street, and in 1915 were at 59 Sydenham Street. George and Alice had five children:- Ellen Beatrice May FOREMAN (ref H91) William Richard George FOREMAN (ref H92) Thomas Victor FOREMAN (ref H93) Dorothy Maud FOREMAN (ref H94) Kathleen Hilda FOREMAN (ref H95) After Alice died he married Marion Laurie LEJEUNE, on 24th September 1932, at Blean registry Office, by licence, in the presence of P.A.SALE and S.W. CHAPMAN. Ernest G. WOOD conducted the service. Marion was a widow, born in 1894, the daughter of Thomas FIELDER, a farmer. George and Marion lived at 4 Sydenham Street. Marion died in the March quarter of 1963, the death being registered at Bridge. Her age was given as 76. George died in the March quarter of 1972, recorded at Bridge Registration District. G114 WILLIAM JAMES FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1882. In the 1891 census return he was living with his parents and siblings at 39 Victoria Street. His occupation was given as 'scholar'. G115 EDWARD THOMAS FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1884. In the 1891 census return he was living with his parents and siblings at 39 Victoria Street. His occupation was given as 'scholar'. G116 HENRY ALFRED FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1886. In the 1891 census return he was living with his parents and siblings at 39 Victoria Street. His occupation was given as 'scholar'. G117 THOMAS HENRY WRIGHT FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1889. In the 1891 census return he was living with his parents and siblings at 39 Victoria Street. G118 DOROTHY M. FOREMAN (F59) - was born in Whitstable in 1890. In the 1891 census return she was living with her parents and siblings at 39 Victoria Street. G119 DOROTHY DADD (F61) G120 GEORGE WILLIAM FOREMAN (F62) - married Frances Mary STICKLES on 6th February 1908. They had two children:- Leslie George FOREMAN (ref H96) Frances Margaret FOREMAN (ref H97) G121 EDMUND J. FOREMAN (F62) G122 LESLIE JAMES FOREMAN (F62) G123 ALFRED FOREMAN (F62) G124 STANLEY FOREMAN (F62) - was born on 17th December 1906. He married Gladys Lilian PARKER on 27th September 1930. She was born on 11th August 1909. They had two children:- John William FOREMAN (ref H98) Barbara Ann FOREMAN (ref H99) Stanley died on 18th January 1963.

GENERATION H: H1 GRETA NOREEN FOREMAN (G20) - was born in 1912. She married Terence H. HURRELL in 1935. H2 ONSLOW KENNETH FOREMAN (G20) - was born on 10th January 1919 at 30, High Street, Whitstable. He worked in Whitstable Post Office for many years. He married Sheila BROWNFIELD in 1950. They had one child: Shirley FOREMAN (ref I1) H3 CECIL R. FOREMAN (G20) - was born in 1920. H4 OSBORNE EDWARD GAMBRELL (G23) - was born in 1902 and died the same year. H5 WILFRED GEORGE GAMBRELL (G24) - was born on 3rd May 1895 at Ramsgate. He was known to everyone, including his children, as 'George'. In adult life he was a seaman, and was in the Royal Navy in World War 1. He married Florence Minnie PALMER on 15th September 1918 at Bermondsey, where they set up home. Florence was born in Ramsgate on 20th November 1895. 'George' worked as a docker. In World War 2 he was in the Royal Air Force. They had five children:- Winifred Florence GAMBRELL (ref I2) Walter Henry GAMBRELL (ref I3) Doris Joan GAMBRELL (ref I4) Wilfred George GAMBRELL (ref I5) Florence Minnie GAMBRELL (ref I6) Florence (nee PALMER) died on 13th February 1978 at Morden, Surrey, and 'George' died there on 8th December 1989. H6 ARTHUR ERNEST GAMBRELL (G24) - was born on 26th September 1897 at Ramsgate. He was a docker, having moved to Bermondsey with his parents. He married ? in London, and they had one child:- Arthur GAMBRELL (ref I7) Arthur Ernest died on 30th January 1971 at Bermondsey. H7 DORIS ANNIE GAMBRELL (G25) - was born in 1902 in Whitstable, and moved with her parents and siblings to Australia in 1912. She was engaged to be married, but died in Williamstown Hospital, Australia on 3rd October 1920. The cause of death was 'a fever'. H8 ALFRED JAMES GAMBRELL (G25) - was born in Whitstable in 1906, and moved with his parents and siblings to Australia in 1912. He worked on the 'Briggs Farm' at Dederang, Victoria for over 30 years. He married Fanny BRIGGS, the "boss's daughter". Fanny was born in Melbourne in 1886. Fanny died on 14th October 1976 and Alfred on 12th June 1979. They are buried together at Fawkner. They had no children. H9 ARTHUR WILLIAM WYATT GAMBRELL (G25) - was born in Whitstable on 10th October 1908, and moved with his parents and siblings to Australia in 1912. He married Connie FLEMMING. Connie was born on 8th March 1919. They had four children:- names withheld pending permission Arthur ran an orchard and nursery, and made some major breakthroughs in the grafting of fruit trees in Monbulk, Victoria. He died of cancer on 6th November 1985. H10 GEORGE IVAN GAMBRELL (G25) - was born in Whitstable in 1910, and moved with his parents and siblings to Australia in 1912. After the death of both of his parents in Australia, he was sent to an orphanage run by the Navy. He was employed at the orphanage as a cook, from 1925. He died in a drowning accident whilst on an excursion to Brighton beach with the orphanage on 4th January 1928, and is buried at Box Hill. H11 FREDERICK OSBORNE GAMBRELL (G25) - was born in Whitstable in 1912. After the death of both of his parents in Australia, he was sent to an orphanage run by the Navy. He left the orphanage at the age of 14 and joined the Merchant Navy as a cabin boy. He later joined the Australian Navy. He married four times! His first wife was Emily Rose ? They had six children:- Kenneth GAMBRELL (ref I12) ? GAMBRELL (ref I13) ? GAMBRELL (ref I14) ? GAMBRELL (ref I15) ? GAMBRELL (ref I16) Margaret GAMBRELL (ref I17) 09 Emily died on 17th June 1986. His second wife was Margaret Elizabeth COLLINS, who was born on 2nd June 1915 at Werribee, Victoria. She was the daughter of James Walter COLLINS and Dellena COLLINS, nee WADE. They had one child:- name withheld pending permission Margaret of cancer died on 24th July 1968, and is buried at Fawkner. His third wife was Tracy ? and his fourth was Victoria May HUESTON, whom he married in 1976 at Mooroopna, Victoria. Frederick died on 23rd July 1997 at Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, and was buried at Allambe Gardens, Carrar, Queensland, on 25th July 1997. H12 HARRY JOHN GAMBRELL (G25) - was born on 5th March 1916 in Melbourne, Australia. He worked on the county's roads' board for many years, in the Albury and Wodonga area of Victoria. He never married and is buried at Wodonga, having died of cancer. H13 PHILLIP GAMBRELL (G25) - was born in 1918 in Melbourne, Australia, and died there on 2nd February 1919. He is buried at Williamstown Base. H14 EDITH ANNETTE FOREMAN (G38) - was born in Whitstable in 1890. H15 JOHN WILLIAM DYASON (G44) - was born in Poole, Dorset in 1896. He was known as 'Jack'. He married Hilda GREGORY. She was born in 1894. They had one child: Sylvia DYASON (ref I19) H16 REVERDY CECIL DYASON (G44) - was born in Poole, Dorset in 1897. He died in France on 19th September 1918. H17 GERTRUDE NELLIE DYASON (G44) - was born in Poole, Dorset on 13th April 1901. She was known as 'Poppy'. She married Bernard HART at Poole Congregational Church on 30th May 1925. Bernard was born in Poole on 25th January 1895. They had two children: Peggy HART (ref I20) Norman HART (ref I21) Gertrude died on 1st January 1940 at Poole, and Bernard died on 27th August 1980 at Colchester. H18 GEORGE EDWIN DYASON (G44) - was born in Poole, Dorset in 1904. He died on 27th December 1906. H19 MAUD FOREMAN (G52) - was born on 3rd April 1898. She married Edward T. WOOLLEY in 1920. They had one child:- Culver WOOLLEY (ref I22) Maud died in 1988. H20 GEORGE W. FOREMAN (G53) - had two wives. The first was Lilian M. HADLER, whom he married in 1925. They had two children:- George W.H. FOREMAN (ref I23) Lilian M. FOREMAN (ref I24) His second marriage was to Sylvia ?. George died on 11th November 1982. H21 ALICE EMMA FOREMAN (G53) - married George Frederick HADLER in 1930. They had three children:- George Henry HADLER (ref I25) Barbara Angeline HADLER (ref I26) Richard Thomas HADLER (ref I27) H22 FRANK H. FOREMAN (G53) - was born in 1908. He married Edith M. Beer in 1934. He was killed in action in October 1943, during World War II, and is buried with his parents in Whitstable churchyard. H23 ALBERT THOMAS FOREMAN (G53) - married Audrey Patricia Leslie in 1945 at Staines, Middlesex. They had one child:- Frank M. FOREMAN (ref I28) H24 ALFRED FOREMAN (G54) - was born in Whitstable. H25 ARTHUR FOREMAN (G54) - was born in Whitstable on 8th September 1903. He married Violet May Barratt on 24th December 1930. They had one child: Arthur FOREMAN (ref I29) H26 CHARLES RICHARD FOREMAN (G54) - was born in Whitstable in 1908. H27 FREDERICK FOREMAN (G54) - was born in Whitstable in 1911. H28 EDWARD J. FOREMAN (G54) - was born in Whitstable in 1914. H29 DOROTHY FOREMAN (G54) - was born in Whitstable in 1919. H30 MABEL KATE FOREMAN (G55) - was born on 8th August 1901. H31 MAISIE FOREMAN (G55) - was baptised on 5th April 1906. H32 JANET FOREMAN (G62) - was born on 8th June 1935 at Catford. She married Brian BAKER and they have two children:- ? BAKER (ref I30) ? BAKER (ref I31) H33 ROBERT ARTHUR FOREMAN (G66) - was born on 29th December 1923 at Deptford. In adult life he was a butcher's boy, a master butcher, then an electrician. He married Margaret BARNES on 8th January 1944 at Belvedere Congregational Church, Belvedere, Kent. The service was conducted, under licence, by Rev. H. Darvill, and was witnessed by F.T. Ankers (bride's step-father), A. FOREMAN (bridegroom's mother) and R.U. ("Bob") FISHER, an Army friend. At the time of the wedding, Robert was on leave from the Army (Trooper 14215290 - R.A.C. Tank Division). His civilian occupation was given as 'baker's roundsman', and he was living with his parents at 73 King's Highway, Plumstead. Margaret was living at home with her mother, her step-father (Frederick Ankers) and her brother, Frederick BARNES. They lived at 8A Holly Hill Terrace, Erith (later to be renamed 208A Riverdale Road). Margaret was born on 4th September 1924 at Erith, Kent, the daughter of Frederick BARNES (deceased) and Winnie BARNES (nee CHILTON). Robert was a very good shot, and almost became a 'sniper' in World War II. He learned to drive whilst training with the Army, and became a tank driver. He went to France in the summer of 1944, just after the D-Day landings, and was involved in a major tank battle just outside the city of Caen, in Northern France. It was while his tank was "resting up" that it took two direct hits from enemy shells and the heavy front armour-plating collapsed. Seriously injured, and bleeding badly, he twisted some wire around his legs to act as tourniquets. He was dragged out alive, to be flown back to hospital. His wounds were so severe that the surgeons had no option but to amputate, as gangrene had set in. His right leg was amputated through the knee-cap, and the left leg almost at the thigh. Always a very cheerful man, he pulled through, with help from his wife of six months and his close relatives and friends. He was on the 'critical' list at the hospital for two weeks. He was just 21 years old. There was very little chance of his pursuing his pre-war training as a master butcher, and he got a job at an electrical factory in Erith, Kent, which made chokes and transformers for electrical lighting units. Lack of exercise due to his physical disabilities meant that he put on weight. At one stage he weighed 21 stones, had a 54" chest and a 56" waist, with a 21" neck. He was very strong, as he had to use his arms to 'propel' and lift himself. He could easily bend pokers and crowbars, and he once lifted up the front end of his car, from a seated position on the ground! Robert and Margaret had two children:- Roger Andrew FOREMAN (ref I32) Alan James FOREMAN (ref I33) These are identical twins. Robert died on 21st September 1972 at St. Nicholas's Hospital, Plumstead, of cancer of the lower intestines. H34 FLORENCE ELLEN LOUISA GREGORY-ALLAN (G67) - was born in Gregory, Ontario, Canada on 30th January 1904. She married John Scott CAMMIDGE, known as 'Jack', on 5th June 1925 at Bradshaw, Alberta. They lived at Victoria, British Columbia, then Bashaw, Alberta and then Parksville, British Columbia. They had three children: John Richard CAMMIDGE (ref I34) Ellen Yvonne CAMMIDGE (ref I35) Robert Allen CAMMIDGE (ref I36) H35 RICHARD WILLIAM GODFREY GREGORY-ALLAN (G67) - was born in Gregory, Ontario, Canada on 20th July 1908. He married Emily Velma KEAST, from Byemoor, Alberta, on 26th December 1927, at Stettler, Alberta. They had one child: Robert Gordon Gregory-Allan (ref I37) They lived for many years on Vancouver Island. H36 VERA FOREMAN (G68) - H37 DOREEN FOREMAN (G68) - H38 IVA FOREMAN (G68) - H39 STANLEY FOREMAN (G68) - H40 GORDON FOREMAN (G68) - H41 SYLVIA FOREMAN (G69) - H42 MARION FOREMAN (G69) - H43 LELA FOREMAN (G69) - H44 JOAN FOREMAN (G69) - H45 GEORGE FOREMAN (G69) - H46 EDWIN FOREMAN (G69) - H47 ARTHUR WILLIAM FOREMAN (G69) - died in 1918 at the age of around 27 years. H48 MARION FOREMAN (G71) - was born in Canada. She was the daughter of Valerie TASKER, 'adopted' by Percy FOREMAN when he married 'Val'. Marion died in 1966. H49 STANLEY FOREMAN (G71) - was born in Canada. H50 DOUGLAS FOREMAN (G71) - was born in Canada. H51 HAROLD WILFRED HUNT (G72) - was born in Castor, Alberta, Canada on 1st May 1914. He was a rancher, and an excellent mechanic. He married Alyce Mary Gormley on 20th June 1943, in Castor. They had five children: Gordon Lawrence HUNT (ref I38) Brian Wilfred HUNT (ref I39) Joanne Mary HUNT (ref I40) Michael Harold HUNT (ref I41) Douglas James HUNT (ref I42) H52 RUTH ELIZABETH HUNT (G72) - was born in Canada on 28th July 1917. She married Wilfred James HUNT, an adopted cousin Evesham, Worcestershire, from England, in 1935. Wilfred was also a rancher. They had two children: Kathleen Ruth HUNT (ref I43) Linda Elizabeth HUNT (ref I44) Wilfred died on 25th August 1989. Ruth continued the ranching business, at Airdrie, Alberta. H53 HAROLD RICHARD HUNT (G72) - was born in Canada on August 4th, 1920. He is known as 'Dick'. He married Josephine Ruth BRANDON, on October 14th 1944. She was always known as 'Ruth'. Ruth was a steno-bookkeeper, of Calgary, Alberta. Dick was a rancher until 1955, at Endiang, (except for just over three years in the RCAF), then he studied for the Ministry, in Emmanuel College, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He was ordained in 1957, and retired in 1988. They live at Maple Ridge, British Columbia. They had four children: Joy Phyllis HUNT (ref I45) Robert Douglas HUNT (ref I46) Gail Patricia HUNT (ref I47) Harold Timothy HUNT (ref I48) H54 WILLIAM GERALD HUNT (G72) - was born in Canada on 27th August 1924. He was a rancher, and a private pilot. He married Vera Lee BRADSHAW on 28th August 1952. Vera was a telephone operator from Brooks, Alberta. They had five children: Barbara Lee HUNT (ref I49) Susan Anne HUNT (ref I50) Maureen Elizabeth HUNT (ref I51) Wilma Louise HUNT (ref I52) Harold William John HUNT (ref I53) H55 DAVID JOHN HUNT (G72) - was born on 12th September 1932 in Canada. He was a rancher and an artist in iron. He married Constance May HERR, on 2nd April 1955. Constance was from DeWinton, Alberta. They had four children: Daniel David HUNT (ref I54) {adopted ?} Peter John HUNT (ref I55) Christopher Donald HUNT (ref I56) Cecilia Doris HUNT (ref I57) {adopted ?} H56 KEITH WATT (G73) - was born in Canada, circa 1915. He married ? in Calgary, but was later divorced. H57 DOROTHY WATT (G73) - was born in Canada, circa 1919. She married Bruce ROBINSON, a telecommunications engineer, in Calgary. H58 VERNA DUKE (G78) - was born in Muskoka, Canada. She spent most of her working life as a Home Economics teacher in Ontario, and retired to Port Carling. H59 GARTH FOREMAN (G81) - was born in Canada. H60 MERVYN FOREMAN (G81) - was born in Canada. H61 HAROLD FOREMAN (G86) - was born in Canada. H62 JESSIE LEE FOREMAN (G86) - was born in Canada. H63 SHIRLEY FOREMAN (G87) - was born in Penticton, Canada. H64 PEGGY FOREMAN (G87) - was born in Penticton, Canada. H65 BRYAN FOREMAN (G88) - was born at the Salvation Army Maternity Hospital, Calgary, Canada on 9th May 1919. He was the illegitimate son of Mable FOREMAN, and was brought up by his grandparents, William and Annie FOREMAN. He married Thelva Winsoota THOMPSON. Thelva was the daughter of Povilas TAMOSUINAS, from Lithuania, who emigrated to Canada in 1911 and Mamie FITZPATRICK, born 9th July 1901 in Minitonas, Manitoba, her family originating from Ireland. (Povilas changed his name to Paul THOMPSON). Bryan and Thelva have two children: Thelva Diane FOREMAN (ref I58) Paul Bryan FOREMAN (ref I59) Bryan suffers from diabetes, but is healthy and loves to play golf almost every day. He likes writing his memoirs and spends time working with wood. H66 EDITH SMITH (G88) - was born in Canada. H67 BUD SMITH (G88) - was born in Canada. H68 YVONNE SMITH (G88) - was born in Canada. H69 LLOYD REESE (G89) - was born in Canada on 9th January 1925. He was a school teacher, teaching, among other subject, English. He was famous in school for his chalk-throwing prowess! H70 DONALD REESE (G89) - was born in Canada on 12th March 1929. He was an advertising writer for the local (Penticton) radio station. He was born crippled and has much difficulty with walking, and suffers constant pain. He has written several poetry books and is an active member of the Okanagan writers' league. * Died Penticton Regional Hospital 12.3.1998. For photo and obituary see Penicton News 18.3.1998. H71 THELMA FOREMAN (G90) - was born in Canada. H72 FRANKIE FOREMAN (G90) - was born in Canada. He was killed in a car crash when he was in his early twenties. H73 IRMA FOREMAN (G91) - was born in Canada. H74 MERNA FOREMAN (G91) - was born in Canada. She died as a baby, when she swallowed a pin! H75 LILY FOREMAN (G91) - was born in Canada, a twin to Ruby. H76 RUBY FOREMAN (G91) - was born in Canada, a twin to Lily. H77 LORNA FOREMAN (G91) - was born in Canada, and died very young. H78 CHARLOTTE ADA FLIGHT (G102) - was born in 1885. She was known as "Ada", and married William JENNER in 1900. William was 'twice her age' at the time and was a Navy man, a shipmate of Ada's father, Thomas Flight. She joined "Will" in Malta during part of their early married life. Ada was very naive and didn't know how to cook or to run a home. Will had to teach her virtually everything. On one occasion, or so the story goes, she attempted to cook a chicken. When she thought it was ready, she opened the oven door, only to find the chicken standing up and looking at her. She screamed in horror, believing that the bird had somehow come back to life! Ada and Will had three children:- William Lloyd JENNER (ref I60) Leslie JENNER (ref I61) William Henry Alvin JENNER (ref I62) Charlotte Ada died in 1941, and Will in 1949. H79 FLORENCE ADA ROWE FLIGHT (G102) - known as "Cis", was born in 1887. She married a Mr. ? BROOKS, sometime in the 1900s. He was a poorly paid clerk, who took the chance to go to India with Cis to seek better prospects. William JENNER, Cis's brother-in-law, put up their passage money. They settled in Bangalore, and prospered, living with servants and missing both World Wars. They had one child:- Freda BROOKS (ref I63) When Cis and her husband retired in 1947, they went to live in what was then known as Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). H80 CLARA FLIGHT (G102) - was born in 1889. H81 TOM FLIGHT (G102) - was born in ?. He married ? , and they had four daughters:- ? FLIGHT (ref I64) ? FLIGHT (ref I65) ? FLIGHT (ref I66) ? FLIGHT (ref I67) H82 JACK FLIGHT (G102) - was born in ?. He was a Navy man. H83 CLAUDE FLIGHT (G102) - was born about 1900. He enlisted in the Navy, overstating his age. He was killed in 1917 when his ship, the Vanguard, blew up at Scapa Flow. H84 THOMAS FOREMAN (G105) - married Nellie Knight. H85 GEORGE FOREMAN (G105) H86 THOMAS E.A. FOREMAN (G106) - married Phyllis Fisher. H87 FREDERICK G. FOREMAN (G106) - married Violet Cade. H88 RICHARD J. FOREMAN (G106) - married Emily ?. H89 ERNEST W. FOREMAN (G106) H90 DOROTHY M.M. FOREMAN (G106) - married Sidney A. Warren in 1940. H91 ELLEN BEATRICE MAY FOREMAN (G113) - was born on 1st January 1900, at 83 Victoria Street, Whitstable. She married Edward REYNOLDS in 1919. They emigrated to Australia. H92 WILLIAM RICHARD GEORGE FOREMAN (G113) - was born on 25th May 1901, at 54 Albert Street, Whitstable. He married Mary DONOVON in the September quarter of 1923, the marriage being registered at Devonport. They had three children:- Kathleen FOREMAN (ref I68) William G. FOREMAN (ref I69) Maureen A. FOREMAN (ref I70) William died in the September quarter of 1941, the death being registered at Bridge. H93 THOMAS VICTOR FOREMAN (G113) - was born on 12th May 1903, at 75 Victoria Street, Whitstable. He married Violet Mary LAKER in 1925. He was always known as "Vic". They had three children:- Margaret Rose FOREMAN (ref I71) Diane June FOREMAN (ref I72) David Victor FOREMAN (ref I73) Victor died in 1983. H94 DOROTHY MAUD FOREMAN (G113) - was born on 16th November 1904, at 75 Victoria Street, Whitstable. She married Ozzie Foad in 1936. H95 KATHLEEN HILDA FOREMAN (G113) - was born on 24th February 1915, at 59 Sydenham Street, Whitstable. She married Bernard F. COURT in 1936. H96 LESLIE GEORGE FOREMAN (G120) - was born on 10th October 1908. He married Evelyn May Rayment on 16th September 1935. Evelyn was born on 6th May 1909. They had three children: Geoffrey Alan FOREMAN (ref I74) David Laurence FOREMAN (ref I75) Peter Leslie FOREMAN (ref I76) H97 FRANCES MARGARET FOREMAN (G120) - was born on 14th September 1911. She married Stanley KENDALL on 24th August 1934. They have three children:- Edward George KENDALL (ref I77) Colin KENDALL (ref I78) Maureen KENDALL (ref I79) H98 JOHN WILLIAM FOREMAN (G124) - was born on 20th July 1932. In adult life he was a Royal Naval diver and a gunsmith. He married twice. His first wife was Diana Joan Huard, whom he married in 1957. They had two children:- Mark William FOREMAN (ref I80) Linda Jane FOREMAN (ref I81) John and Diana divorced. Diana died on 23rd March 1984. John's second wife was Valeria Ann SHEAD, whom he married on 26th April 1967. They have one child:- Elizabeth Ann FOREMAN (ref I82) H99 BARBARA ANN FOREMAN (G124) - was born on 21st January 1937. She married Anthony POZZETTI. They have three children:- Sarah POZZETTI (ref I83) Daniel POZZETTI (ref I84) Kate POZZETTI (ref I85)

GENERATION I: I1 SHIRLEY FOREMAN (H2) - was born in Whitstable in 1951. I2 WINIFRED FLORENCE GAMBRELL (H5) - was born on 28th May 1919 at Bermondsey. She married Wilfred Herbert ("Bert") PICKLES, during World War II. Wilfred was born on 23rd March 1916. They had no children. Winifred died on 28th October 1976 at Canterbury, and Wilfred died there in December 1982. I3 WALTER HENRY GAMBRELL (H5) - was born on 4th December 1920 at Bermondsey. In adult life he was a medical officer in the Royal Navy between 1938 and 1950. He was always known as 'Wally' (and his twin sister Doris was known as 'Dolly'). He married Myrtle Cynthia Tiley on 7th September 1960 at Merton, Surrey. Myrtle was born on 7th March 1921. They had two children:- Anne Susan GAMBRELL (ref J1) Anthony ("Tony") Wilfred George GAMBRELL (ref J2) Walter died on 4th July 1991 in Merton. I4 DORIS JOAN GAMBRELL (H5) - was born on 4th December 1920 at Bermondsey, a twin to Walter. She married Charles WOODLEY, a chief petty officer in the Royal Navy. They had one child:- Terence WOODLEY (ref J3) Doris died on 6th November 1993 at Merton, Surrey. I5 WILFRED GEORGE GAMBRELL (H5) - was born on 10th April 1923 at Bermondsey, and died there on 27th April 1923. I6 FLORENCE MINNIE GAMBRELL (H5) - was born on 10th April 1923 at Bermondsey, a twin to Wilfred, and died there on 1st May 1923. I7 ARTHUR GAMBRELL (H6) He married ?, and they had one child:- Jackie GAMBRELL (ref J4) I8-I32 & their descendants suppressed pending their permission or death. I33 ALAN JAMES FOREMAN (H33) - was born on 9th August 1950 at .25, at Bursted Woods Maternity Hospital, Barnehurst, Kent, the younger of identical twins. he was baptised on 21st January 1951 at Belvedere Congregational Church, Upper Belvedere, Kent. In adult life he was a computer operator, a qualified accountant (Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy), an auditor, then a computer audit consultant with the Woolwich Building Society. He married Janet LAWRENCE on 5th July 1975 at St. Andrew's Church, Bostall Heath, Kent. The marriage ceremony was conducted by Rev. John Martin CLEAVER, and was witnessed by Margaret FOREMAN (bridegroom's mother) and Brian Lawrence (bride's brother). Roger FOREMAN (bridegroom's brother) was 'best man'. Janet was born on 19th November 1955 at Erith, Kent, the daughter of Ronald Edwin LAWRENCE and Jeanne LAWRENCE (nee GODDEN). At the time of the marriage Alan was living at 9 Barry Avenue, Bexleyheath with his mother and brother, and Janet was at 303 Gipsy Road, Welling, living with her parents and brother. After marrying they set up home at 115 Colyers Lane, Northumberland Heath, Kent, and in 1986 moved to 46 The Old Yews, New Barn, Longfield, Kent. They have 2 children:- names withheld pending permission Alan is a member of the Kent Family History Society, and of the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies, based in Canterbury, Kent. He is also a member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, and the Royal Lifeboat Institute, for whom he raises funds by collecting postage stamps. In October 1994 Alan was voted in as a Parent Governor of the new Langafel Church of England County Primary School in Longfield, Kent - for a term of office of four years. His other 'claim to fame' is that from the period 1986 to 1991 he featured in the Guinness Book of Records (under the "Literature" section) as being the writer of the world's longest personal letter, written to Jan, of course. It took him 2 years to write, and had to go via the Royal Mail system to qualify as a letter (and it had to be hand-written). Jan and Alan featured on a Guinness Book of Records spectacular in Tokyo, Japan in 1986, (along with the then world's fattest man, and the world's tallest man) and also appeared on Central Television (in the U.K.) as well as Alan making an 'appearance' on local (Kent) radio. The record was never beaten, but the compilers of the book 'rationalised' the entry coverage in 1991 and the record no longer appears. On 29th September 1995 they moved within the village, to 12 Ridgewood, New Barn, a new house built by Linden HOMES. In August 1996, Alan sat and passed the Certified Information Systems Auditor examination, with a pass of 83%. In November of 1996, Alan was elected onto the Board of Directors of the newly-formed New Barn Management Company Ltd, looking after the one acre of shared woodland forming part of the Ridgewood development. He also became the Treasurer, but this soon changed, when he changed roles to take up the position of Company Secretary, following the resignation of the former Secretary. Alan also took on the role of Neighbourhood Watch Deputy Co-ordinator for Ridgewood in January 1997. In mid 1997, Alan was elected onto the Parochial Church Council for St. Mary Magdalene, Longfield, and in the autumn joined the choir (along with son James). Keen on ten-pin bowling, Alan joined the Woolwich bowling league and in 1997 became Captain of "The Lucky Strikes" team. In early 1998, Alan was also named an 'Honorary Secretary' to the Missions for Seamen, a charitable organisation which helps seafarers throughout the world, at over 300 missions in ports. Alan is the author of this pedigree. Jan worked initially as a shop assistant at Boots the Chemist in Welling High Street, then for William Nash the papermaker at St Mary's Cray, followed by a spell at the Metropolitan Police, and at Bromley Council. She finally gave up full-time employment following the birth of Thomas, but she continued to be actively involved with assisting in classes at their school (Langafel Church of England County Primary School, in Longfield). She also worked for friends and neighbours doing gardening work, a topic she is very fond of. She became involved with the Longfield Hill Fellowship Church and became baptised in 1997, at a very moving ceremony in their founder church at Wilmington. I34-K34 & their descendants suppressed pending their permission or death. Ref:a:pedigree A FOREMAN PEDIGREE - by Alan J. FOREMAN

2. SURNAME INDEX BY FIRST ENTRY (excludes maiden names) Armstrong Canada 1975 Beckley Dartford, Kent 1963 Brooks 1916, in Bangalore, India CAMMIDGE Bashaw, Alberta, Canada in 1926 Gosling Cheltenham 1991 Dadd Downer 1969 Duke Muskoka, Canada Dyason (Poole, Dorset 1896) Flight 1887 Lived in India FOREMAN (-1721 Whitstable) Gambrell (1868 Whitstable) Gregory-Allan (Gregory, Ontario, Canada) Hadler 1930 Hart Poole, Dorset 1926 Hunt (Castor, Alberta, Canada 1914) Ironside 1987 Irvine, Ayrshire (Scotland??) Jenner 1901-1902 Kendall 1935 Knockleby Bashaw, Alberta, Canada 1977 Lamoureux 1981 Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada Martin (Muskoka, Canada) Midtdal Canada 1979 Noyes 1985 O'NEILL Bournemouth 1945 Paetkau Canada 1993 Paetz Canada 1975 Pozzetti 1961 Reese Canada 1925 Sanden Canada 1971 Scott Canada 1978 Shingleston 1950 Smith Canada Stevens Southern Rhodesia Wadsdal Canada 1981 Watt (Canada 1915 Calgary) Weeks 1992 Woodcraft (Whitstable 1867) Woodley 1946 Woolley Yardley 1955

3. PLACENAME INDEX OF DESCENDANTS OF D7 Walter FOREMAN (1791 Whitstable) married 1817 at Whitstable, Kent to Hannah LAWSON Kit's COUSINS (Not all entries for a place are given) that is for E10-14 F40-56 G67-101, H34-77 I34-59 J23-70 K15-27 AUSTRALIA -VICTORIA Carlton 1857+ E13, F51, 1889 G95, 1899 G100 Elwood 1945 F51 K'buna 1896 G99 Melbourne 1864- F55 56 Poowong 1899 F51, 1891-4 G96-8, 1903 G101 St Kilda F51, 1923 F53, c1900 G98, Westonport 1883 F52 CANADA -ALBERTA Airdrie 1989 H52, [I43], I44 Alix 1985 I42 Bashaw 1925+ H34, 1926-66 I34-8, 1976-84 J31-37 Bradshaw 1925 H34 [Brooks 1963 I42] Calgary 1969 G72-73, 1919- H53 H56-7 H65 Camrose 1959-60 I41-2 Castor 1914 H51, 1944-54 I38-40 [Cochrane c1954 J40] DeWinton 1955 H55 Eckville c1990 I49 Endiang c1910 G71, c1990 I51 FOREMAN between 1870 and 1920 F47, 1906 G83 FOREMAN's Bay - now called Mirror Lake Gadsby G69 Gem c1990 I52 Innisfail 1898 G88 Lacombe [I39] 1951-8 J24-7 Medicine Hat c1990 J68 Mirror Lake on the 'Narrows' of the Indian River F47 Patricia c1990 I50 Port Carling 1870- F40 F49, G70, G81, G85, H58 Red Deer 1891- F49 Red Willow 1906 G91 Stettler 1913 G72, 1917 G85, 1927 H35, 1929 I37 Vegreville 1957 J41 -BRITISH COLUMBIA Abbotsford c1998 J69 Burnaby 1975 I47 Christina Lake I35 Colwood c1900?? F40 Copper Mountain c1930 G91 Kelowna c1930 G91, c1998 J70 Maple Ridge 1988 H53 Nanaimo 1975-6 J25-6, 1978-83 K15-9 [Nelson 1942I58] Oliver 1951 I59 Osoyoos c1990 I59, -1994 J70 Parksville H34 Penticton 1920-56 F47, c1900 G87, 1920- G91, H63-4, 1947 I58 Vancouver 1981 I47 Vancouver Island H35 Victoria H34, 1929-1948- I35-6 -ONTARIO Bracebridge 188x F40, 1902 G67 Gregory 1904-8 H34-5 Lake Rosseau 1902+ G67 Muskoka 1870-86 F42-56, 1879-97 G67-101, -1998 H58 H70 Ottowa 1968 J68 ?Rossclair -1926 G81 Toronto 1918 G70, G76 -MANITOBA ?Indian River across from Indian Landing near Muskoka 1870 E12, 1886- F45 Minitonas 1901 [H65] -QUEBEC Quebec 1930s G91 -SASKATCHEWAN Saskatoon 1957 H53 Swift Current 1982 J27 ENGLAND -KENT Seasalter 1845-50 E17 F57 Whitstable 1818-61 E10-14, 1849-70 F40-56 USA -WHICH STATE? (Texas or Virginia?) Victoria 1956 G71

4. Richard White FOREMAN (1797 Kent 1870 New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand) From tony.cairns"att"the.net.nz 42 Fortunatus Street, Vogeltown, Wellington, New Zealand, +644 389 1020. (Sent 2000.) His tree begins with Richard White FOREMAN (1797 Kent-1870 New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand) m1 Mary HOYLE Bef. 1829 in St Nicholas at Wade, Birchington, Kent, UK. - born Abt. 1798 in Kent, England, and died 1837 in St. Nicholas, Wade, Kent. m2 Sussanah GORE 26 February 1838 in St. Nicholas, Wade, Kent, England. - born 1794 in England, and died 1871 in New Plymouth, Taranaki, NZ. Immigration: November 1841, The ship Oriental To New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand Residence: Aft. November 1941, Hua District, Taranaki, New Zealand