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Re: Rayment - London, UK to Australia
Posted by: Clare Belcher (ID *****3722) Date: November 07, 2003 at 02:04:19
In Reply to: Re: Rayment - London, UK to Australia by Peter Nelms of 200

I am not sure of the connection, maybe some of the information below I have collected since my last message can throw some more light on this ?

Henry John Rayment married Rose Arkley on 05/08/1888 at St Silas Church, Clerkenwell, London (Rose was from Clerkenwell/ Holborn)- they emigrated to Australia sometime between 1891 and 1901 (I haven't been able to find the ships records have you any idea how I can do this?) and where living in the Sydney area - I think Henry died in Kogarah in the 1940s.

Henry was born in Malta in 1868 - the details of his family from the UK 1881 census are as follows:

Edward RAYMENT Head M Male 42 London, London, Middlesex, England Engineer & M
Susannah RAYMENT Wife M Female 40 London, London, Middlesex, England
Emily RAYMENT Daur Female 19 London, London, Middlesex, England Servant
Richard C. RAYMENT Son Male 15 Malta Printing
Henry J. RAYMENT Son Male 13 Malta
Frederick R. RAYMENT Son Male 10 Buckingham, England
Clara A. RAYMENT Daur Female 8 Peckham, Surrey, England
Lily RAYMENT Daur Female 5 Peckham, Surrey, England
Edith M. RAYMENT Daur Female 1 Peckham, Surrey, England
Dwelling 11 Middle St
Census Place Camberwell, Surrey, England
Family History Library Film 1341158
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 0681 / 95
Page Number 43

Newington, Camberwell and Peckham are close to each other and now all part of the London borough of Southwark.

Let me know if any of this sounds familar

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