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South Africa / Re: Anson in the Cape pre 1820
« on: Today at 09:18 »
Firstborn child Rose named after Ann's mother perhaps - a common naming convention.

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South Africa / Re: Anson in the Cape pre 1820
« on: Today at 07:22 »
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The discrepancy that, working back from Anne Davis' death records, she was born in July 1781 or therabouts. However Anne Farrow's baptism date is 3 Setember 1779.

There was another Anne Farrow in Woodbridge around that time, baptised on 17 March 1782. She had a mother and a sister named Rose:  https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/MCBP-N57

http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/~phadgraft/familytree/pafg122.htm#5015

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South Africa / Re: Anson in the Cape pre 1820
« on: Yesterday at 17:34 »
What discrepancy?

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South Africa / Re: Anson in the Cape pre 1820
« on: Yesterday at 17:03 »
Rose Anson died in Woodbridge in 1806. Buried on 22nd May.

I see that "Rosanna" was baptised Rose Hannah.

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Gadget's nailed it I reckon.

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How's this:


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South Africa / Re: Anson in the Cape pre 1820
« on: Yesterday at 16:07 »
Ann was aged 37 years and 2 months when she died per the burial record (7 October 1818) so she must have been born in July 1781 or thereabouts. A year older than Thomas.


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I would love to see the treatment he gave to the Dambusters. I worked in a hotel in Lincoln when it was being filmed there and met all the stars. Do you know if it is available anywhere?

I think the Dambusters project has been shelved

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South Africa / Re: Anson in the Cape pre 1820
« on: Yesterday at 14:20 »
It's possible that she was the widow of another soldier.

There was a Private Vere Anson in the 24th regiment around that time (enlisted in 1797). He married Ann Farrow in Woodbridge, Suffolk in 1803. Can't find any further record of him.

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