1851 Census HAM - Reeves, Ann (mother-in-law)

Reeves, Ann (mother-in-law)

1851 Census - Piece 1672, Folio 235 reverse


Living in the village of Kings Somborne is the household of Hugh Goddard, including his mother-in-law Ann Reeves .. ..

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                     Rel      Cond   Age  Occupation             Where Born
Hugh Goddard         Head     Mar     24   Brewer                Houghton, Hants
Mary Goddard         Wife     Mar     29                         Kings Somborne, Hants
Ann Reeves           M-in-L   Wid     76   School Mistress       Kings Somborne, Hants
Harriot Taylor       Visitor  Mar     55   Gardeners Wife        Kings Somborne, Hants
Mary Ann Grace       Visitor  Mar     47   Ag. Lab. Wife     Brampton, Huntingdonshire


Mary Reeves married Hugh GODDARD in 2q 1848 per FreeBMD. Ann & Mary Reeves appear together in the same household a decade earlier on the 1841 census (HO107, Piece 0401, Book 11, Folio 7 reverse, Page 11).

Harriet (sic) Reeves married Charles TAYLOR in May 1816 at Crawley, Hants per HGS Marriage Index. They appear together on the 1861 census (RG9, Piece 0712, Folio 71 face, Page 15) as head and wife.

Mary Ann Grace's surname is indistinct on the census enumeration page, but her place of birth in Huntingdonshire would make a direct family connection unlikely.


1851 Census - HO107, Piece 1672, Folio 235 reverse, Page 29
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