Ann Fardon - Chapter 23

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Chapter 23 Ann, daughter of Richard and Susannah

Ann (V) was born in Ford and baptised in Temple Guiting in 1815. In 1836 in Temple Guiting and following banns she married John Pope from Wolford, Oxfordshire. After marriage she moved with her husband to Haseley, a village near Warwick, where she was apparently working as a schoolmistress in 1841, and John an Agricultural Labourer. By 1845 they had moved to the nearby village of Shrewley, John still working as a labourer. They were back in Haseley in 1871.

Ann's death was registered in Warwick in 1876. She was 61. John outlived her by 22 years, remained in the Haseley/Shrewely area; his death was registered in Warwick in 1898 at the age of 85.

There were probably nine children, the first boy being christened John Fardon Pope.

source date place age occupation birthplace comment
par 1815 Temple Guiting       residence Ford
par 1836 Temple Guiting       married John Pope of Wolford, Oxon, following banns
cen,gro 1837-40 Haseley, Warks       birth of 4 children
cen 1841 Haseley 26 schoolmistress Ford, Glos address [school]house. With husband and 3 children
cen,gro 1845-54 Shrewley, Warks       birth of 5 children
cen 1851 Shrewley 36   Ford, Glos with husband and 6 children
cen 1861 Shrewley 46   Ford, Glos with husband and 4 children
cen 1871 Haseley, Warks 56   Ford, Glos with husband and 2 children
gro 1876 Warwick 61     death registered 2nd qtr
fam,gro 1898 Warwick       death of husband registered Warwick 1st qtr, age 85
Children of Ann and John Pope (figures are registration year/quarter, all in Warwick)
Born Haseley: Susanna (before Sept 1837), Jane (1838/1), Ann (1840/1), Mary/Sarah (1841/4)
Born Shrewley: Elizabeth (1845/1), Joshua Fardon (1847/2), John (1849/3), William (1853/2), Thomas (1854/2)

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