Elizabeth Anderton1,2

(circa 1786 - ), ID# 197
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FatherWilliam Anderton2
MotherAnn Smith3,2
     Elizabeth Anderton, daughter of William Anderton and Ann Smith, was born circa 1786 in Lincolnshire.1,4

Elizabeth was the second of eight children. Her siblings were James (bap 1784), Ann (bap 1787), Sarah (bap 1789), William (bap 1791), Ann (bap 1794), Mary (bap 1796) and Henry (bap 1798). Presumably, the first Ann died before the second was born.

Elizabeth Anderton married John Joy on 23 December 1817 at St Luke's Church, Old Street, Finsbury, London, Middlesex.5,6,7

Elizabeth was named an heir in the will of her mother Ann Smith dated 2 December 1833.3

Elizabeth and John appeared in the 1841 census of Verwood, Cranborne, Dorset. Their children John Henry, Samuel, Elizabeth and Martha were listed as living with them.5

Elizabeth appeared in the 1851 census of Verwood, Cranborne, Dorset. Elizabeth was described as a House Keeper. Her son Samuel was listed as living with her, together with his wife Susanna Coombs.4

Elizabeth Anderton was buried on 10 January 1861 in Verwood Churchyard.8

Children with John Joy

  • John Henry Joy 5
  • Samuel Joy 5
  • Jane Joy 7
  • Mary Ann Joy 7
  • Elizabeth Joy+ 5,7 (3 Aug 1825 - 29 Oct 1901)
  • Martha Joy 5
  • James Joy 7
ChartsAncestors of Hilda Stickland


  1. Online image of the 1841 Census for England, Dorset, Wimborne, Cranborne, GRO ref: HO 107/287, Book 18.
  2. David Wright. "Descendants of John Joy; Descendants of Frances [or Fanny] Stickland". Compiled 07 Jun 2007. Newcastle upon Tyne, http://www.davidawright.co.uk/
  3. Last Will and Testament of Ann Anderton of the Bail of Lincoln, 02 Dec 1833, proved in the the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, London, 07 Aug 1834 (The National Archives, Prob 11/1834, image 357).
  4. Online image of the 1851 Census for England, Dorset, Wimborne, Cranborne, GRO ref: HO 107/1854.
  5. Online image of the 1841 Census for England, Dorset, Wimborne and Cranborne, Cranborne, GRO ref: HO 107/287, Book 18.
  6. Index to Marriages, http://www.ancestry.co.uk, 1780-1837, compiled by Pallot and Co. and others, now held by the The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies, 1813-1968.
  7. International Genealogical Index (IGI), extracted record, compiled by the the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, v5.0 (2005) (http://www.familysearch.com).
  8. Transcript of the Burials of Verwood, 1840-1875 (Verwood Historical Society website, http://www.verwoodhistorical.org).

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