#1944, (July 1885-20 September 1960)
|Birth*||JUL 1885 ||Fanny Price was born in JUL 1885 at West Kingsdown, Kent, England.1 |
|Baptism||2 AUG 1885 ||She was baptized on 2 AUG 1885 at Stansted, Kent, England.2 |
|(Witness) Residence||30 MAR 1891 ||She lived with Walter John Price and Fanny Streatfield at 2 Downter Cottages, St Paul's Cray, Kent, England, together with Mary Annie Price, Sydney George Price and Walter John Price.3 |
|Residence*||30 MAR 1901 ||Fanny Price lived at 5 Magpie Hall Lane, Bromley, Kent, England.4 |
|Employment*||30 MAR 1901 ||She was employed as Servant, Mr Whiteman.5 |
|Married Name||5 MAR 1907 ||Her married name was Philpott.6 |
|Marriage*||5 MAR 1907 ||She married Richard Charles Philpott on 5 MAR 1907 at Souris, Manitoba, Canada.6 |
|Residence*||1928 ||Fanny Price and Richard Charles Philpott lived at Great South Road, Papatoetoe, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand.7 |
|Residence||1946 ||Fanny Price lived at 11 Rahiri Road, Mt Roskill, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand, together with Hazel Ivy Philpott.8 |
|Residence||1957 ||Fanny Price lived at Mt Roskill, Auckland, North Island.9 |
|Death*||20 SEP 1960 ||She died on 20 SEP 1960 at New Zealand aged 75.10 |
- [S17] BMD indices, birth, Dartford, Kent, Jul-Sep 1885, vol 2a 474.
- [S57] Streatfield/Gibbons/Ellis.
- [S46] Extracted from the 1891 census.
- [S35] Extracted from the 1901 census, servant, Whiteman residence.
- [S35] Extracted from the 1901 census.
- [S119] Canada marriage index, Manitoba marriages; Charles Richard Philpott & Fanny Price.
- [S103] Unknown author, "City Directories", Auckland Electoral Roll, Hauraki, 1928..
- [S103] Unknown author, "City Directories", Roskill, Auckland Electoral Roll, 1946.
- [S103] Unknown author, "City Directories", Auckland Electoral Roll, 1957.
- [S115] BMD records, New Zealand deaths; age 75, 1960, fn 26825.
- [S17] BMD indices, birth, Elham, Kent, Apr-Jun 1909, vol 2a 1146.
- [S66] Obit., death notice in local newspaper on Taylor (nee Beach) Family Tree(1) Ancestry.com.
Lists children at that time.
@ Michael Jefferies, 2016