Susanna Atkins

Female, (circa 1823 - 1886)
FatherJohn Atkins (circa 1774 - circa 1855)
MotherElizabeth Farmar (1796 - 1852)
RelationshipGranddaughter of Thomas F. Farmar
ChartsFarmar Descendants
BirthSusanna Atkins was born circa October 1823 in Deal, Kent, England. 
INFO BAPTISM RECORD. St. Leonard Deal. 12 Oct 1823. Susanna, daughter of John & Elizabeth Atkins, of Lower St., Lower Deal, mariner. (DealSLPRBt LDS 1786327 #1929.) 
INFO KENT COUNCIL BMD INDEX. Susannah Atkins. 1845 marriage, entry 370, register D/16/1 Thanet and Dover; date 1845-07-17. (KenCounBMD.) 
MarriageShe married Richard Crofts 17 July 1845 in Kent, England. 
INFO CIV REG INDEX Marriage. 1845 SepQ Atkins, Susannah Eastry 5:175. (GBCivRegInd LDS6102532.) 
INFO CENSUS 1881 (3 Apr 1881). Kent Deal. 119 High St. Susanna Crofts, W=widow?, 58, b.Kent Deal. (GBCens1881 RG11/998 40:41) NOTE: J.P. Ramell, grocer, and wife Emma with two children, next door at 120 High St. Reference to the Ramells in Susanna's will. 
DeathSusanna Atkins died 21 September 1886 in Deal, Kent, England. 
INFO BURIAL REGISTER. #4654 Susannah Crofts, widow of Richard Crofts, 63 yrs, 195 High St. Deal, bur 24 Sep 1886 by Jos. L. Brooks. Place of Burial U.G. [possibly=unconsecrated ground]. grave #1 unconsecrated, of Deal parish. [NOTE: All burials by Jos. L. Brooks & L. Danies...? are unconsecrated]. (DealBurReg LDS6341464 Book 3 #4654.) 
INFO PROBATE CALENDAR. 1886 18 Dec The will of Susanna Crofts late of 119 High-street Deal widow who died 21 Sept 1886 at 119 High-st was proved at Canterbury by John Henry Clayson of 20 Gellatly-road Nunhead, Surrey, compositor and John Pettit Ramell of 120 High-st Grocer. Personal Estate £360 14s.6d. (PPRCalen LDS251310.) 
INFO WILL of Susanna Crofts of 119 High st Deal, made 26 Jan 1880. Executors John Henry Clayson of London and John Pettit Ramell of 120 High st Deal. Divides the £300 from late husband's will --£100 to sister Sarah Ann Atkins and £200 to sister Jane Hannah Clayson. Gives clothing, plate, etc to sister Jane Clayson. Furniture to be sold. From proceeds £20 to niece Emma Jane Rammell and remainder to be divided between Minister and the Sunday School of the Baptist Chapel of Deal. Her Harmonium to the Sunday School. Proved 18 Dec 1886. Gross £360.16.6. Net £325.18.6. (PPRWillsDist LDS1472602.)