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a. Note:   N37830 Known as Margot.
 Only daughter.
 Owned Smugglers Tea House, Dymchurch, Kent, then Pilgrims, Canterbury (first one burnt out in war, another set up in another street - 88 St Margaret’s Street.), and also one in Maidstone, Kent.
 Seems there may have been an advert for the tea houses on page 8 of The pilgrim's guide to the royal & ancient city of Canterbury ... By Canterbury Chamber of Trade. 1925. (But perhaps that was before Margot’s ownership?)
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 Was 7 months old at 1901 census.


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