Ann Smith1,2,3,4,5

F, b. 1820
FatherJames Smith6,7,3 b. 3 May 1772, d. Mar 1841
MotherMargaret Beardsworth8 b. 30 Dec 1764, d. Dec 1837
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Taryn Lynn Phelan
           Ann Smith was born in 1820 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England..9,10,11
     Ann Smith appears as Ann Smith, age 20, in the census of 1841 at Leyland, Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Elizabeth Smith, her sister.3 Ann Smith resided in 1841 at Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with Elizabeth, Ellen, John, and Mary Smith. Neighbors (both farmers) were the families of Henry Bamford (who was her brother-in-law) and Robert Smith (who may have been her uncle.)3
     Ann Smith appears as Ann Smith, age 30, in the census of 1851 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Henry Bamford as his sister-in-law.12 Ann Smith resided in 1851 at 24 Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with her sister, Jane and her husband, Henry Bamford and their chidren: Margaret, Robert, Henry, and Elizabeth. She also lived with her other sister, Betty and a niece and nephew to the head of the household, Mary and John Smith (who were possibly Ann's ill. children.)12
     Ann Smith appears as Ann Smith, age 40, in the census of 1861 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Henry Bamford as his sister-in-law.4 Ann Smith resided in 1861 at Cop Lane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with her sister Jane's family: Husband Henry Bamford and children, Margaret, Robert, Henry and Elizabeth. Also living with the family were Mary and John Smith who were noted to be the niece and nephew to the head of the family, Ann's children.4
     Ann Smith appears as Ann Smith, age 55, in the census of 1871 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Henry Bamford as his sister-in-law.5 Ann Smith resided in 1871 at Cop Lane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with her sister Jane and Henry Bamford and their children, Margaret, Henry, and Elizabeth. Also living with the family was Ann's daughter, Mary, and Margaret E. Smith (Ellen's daughter). Margaret Teale, sister to Jane and Ann, was also living there.5

Family

Children

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1841Leyland, Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandAnn Smith appears as Ann Smith, age 20, in the census of 1841 at Leyland, Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Elizabeth Smith, her sister.3
1851Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandAnn Smith appears as Ann Smith, age 30, in the census of 1851 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Henry Bamford as his sister-in-law.12
1861Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandAnn Smith appears as Ann Smith, age 40, in the census of 1861 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Henry Bamford as his sister-in-law.4
1871Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandAnn Smith appears as Ann Smith, age 55, in the census of 1871 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Henry Bamford as his sister-in-law.5

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
1841Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandAnn Smith resided in 1841 at Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with Elizabeth, Ellen, John, and Mary Smith. Neighbors (both farmers) were the families of Henry Bamford (who was her brother-in-law) and Robert Smith (who may have been her uncle.)3
185124 Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandShe resided in 1851 at 24 Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with her sister, Jane and her husband, Henry Bamford and their chidren: Margaret, Robert, Henry, and Elizabeth. She also lived with her other sister, Betty and a niece and nephew to the head of the household, Mary and John Smith (who were possibly Ann's ill. children.)12
1861Cop Lane, Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandShe resided in 1861 at Cop Lane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with her sister Jane's family: Husband Henry Bamford and children, Margaret, Robert, Henry and Elizabeth. Also living with the family were Mary and John Smith who were noted to be the niece and nephew to the head of the family, Ann's children.4
1871Cop Lane, Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandShe resided in 1871 at Cop Lane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with her sister Jane and Henry Bamford and their children, Margaret, Henry, and Elizabeth. Also living with the family was Ann's daughter, Mary, and Margaret E. Smith (Ellen's daughter). Margaret Teale, sister to Jane and Ann, was also living there.5

Citations

  1. [S1164] Ann Smith's Baptism Record: Research done by Peter Bamford, Lytham, Lancashire, England at the Lancashire Record Office in May 2010 and sent to Taryn L. Phelan on 17 May 2010, 26 March 1820, Lancashire County Record Office.
  2. [S490] International Genealogical Index (IGI) Ann Smith, 26 March 1820, Penwortham. Batch No. 005402, Source call No. 0990030.
  3. [S489] 1841 England Census, Lancashire, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 20, 306913.
  4. [S494] 1861 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 543082.
  5. [S471] 1871 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 846949.
  6. [S1164] Ann Smith's Baptism Record: shows the father of Ann Smith as James Smith, 26 March 1820, Lancashire County Record Office.
  7. [S490] International Genealogical Index (IGI) Ann Smith, 26 March 1820, Penwortham. Shows father of Ann Smith as James Smith.
  8. [S490] International Genealogical Index (IGI) Ann Smith, 26 March 1820, Penwortham. Shows mother of Ann Smith as Margt Smith.
  9. [S489] 1841 England Census, Lancashire, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 20, 306913.
  10. [S485] 1851 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 87289, shows age 30.
  11. [S494] 1861 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 543082, shows age 40 and birthplace as Penwortham.
  12. [S485] 1851 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 87289.
  13. [S494] 1861 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 543082, Mary's relationship to the head of the family, Henry Bamford, was niece. She is enumerated right under Ann Smith who is likley to be her mother.
  14. [S1120] Lynn Ransom Burton, Baptisms at St. Mary's Church, Penwortham, John Smith; 20 September 1846; shows "John Smith-son of Ann Smith."
  15. [S494] 1861 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 543082, John's relationship to the head of the family, Henry Bamford, was nephew. He is enumerated right under Ann Smith who is likley to be his mother.