Ann Smith married William Anderton on 28 July 1783 at St Mary Magdalene-in-the-Bail, Lincoln, Lincolnshire.2
Ann Smith left a will dated 2 December 1833, naming her oldest son James Anderton as sole executor and an heir. Ann's other surviving children were also named as heirs, being listed as Elizabeth Joy, William Anderton, Ann Anderton, Mary Booth and Henry Anderton.3
Children with William Anderton
- James Anderton 3,2
- Elizabeth Anderton+ 3,1 (c 1786 - )
- Ann Anderton 2
- Sarah Anderton 2
- William Anderton 3,2
- Ann Anderton 3,2
- Mary Anderton 3,2
- Henry Anderton 3,2
|Charts||Ancestors of Hilda Stickland|
- David Wright. "Descendants of John Joy; Descendants of Frances [or Fanny] Stickland". Compiled 07 Jun 2007. Newcastle upon Tyne, http://www.davidawright.co.uk/
- International Genealogical Index (IGI), extracted record, compiled by the the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, v5.0 (2005) (http://www.familysearch.com).
- 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).
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