ANDREWS FAMILY TREE
|This is the family tree of
my father Dudley John Andrews who was born on the 28th of May 1929 and
died on the 18th of April 2010 at the age of 80.
Family relationships within the tree are with regards to myself.
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Fifth Generation (2nd Great Grandparents)
|Henry Peet & Mary Ann Whitworth|
Louisa Winterbotham Peet (1879 – 1957)
Andrews (1907 – 1971)
Andrews (1929 – 2010)
Michael Andrews (1959 - )
Victoria (1837 – 1901)
House of Hanover (1714 - 1901)
Edward VII (1901 -
House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1901 - 1917) and Windsor (from 1917)
George V (1910 – 1936)
Edward VIII (1936 – 1936)
George VI (1936 – 1952)
Henry is the son of George Peet and Charlotte Lacy,
was born in 1850 in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire and died on the
28th of July 1889 in Bargate House, Bargate in Newark at the age of 38
after suffering from typhoid fever for 17 days.
Possess Marriage Certificate and Death Certificate
In this year, 1850;
In 1851 the family of George and Charlotte Peet were
living at Mount Pleasant in Newark.
|At the age of 22 Henry married 23 year-old Mary Ann Whitworth on the 29th of June 1872 in the Wesleyan Chapel in Barnby Gate, Newark. By the time of the wedding Henry has moved out of the family home and is at 2 Lovers Lane in Newark and his occupation as a general smith. Mary Ann was living at 42 Whitfield Street in Newark and working as a dressmaker. Lovers Lane and Whitfield Street are about a mile apart, where Whitfield Street enters onto Barnby Gate. The marriage was witnessed by John Whitworth and Elizabeth Peet. Mary Ann was heavily pregnant at the time of the wedding as soon after on the 22nd of July of that year Mary Ann gave birth to their first child Marian. The Stamford Mercury of the 5th of July 1872 had the following notice; MARRIAGES At the Wesleyan Chapel, Newark, on the 29th ult., Mr. Henry Peet, to Miss Marian Whitworth. However it was five years later before the birth of their next child, Gertrude on the 13th of July 1877. Gertrude’s full name was Gertrude Annie Winterbotham Peet, she is the first of the couples’ children to have Winterbotham included in their name. I have been unable to find the connection between the Winterbotham’s and Peet’s but other branches of the Peet’s also have Winterbotham included in their name. However some records, such as Lillian’s probate in 1975 have the name as Winterbottom. On the 30th of November 1887 there was a report in the Stamford Mercury; NEWARK BOROUGH POLICE Nov. 22, before the Mayor (Ald. Pratt), Ald Branston, Mr. Riddell and Mr. P. Handley – Joseph Brewster, apprenticed to Henry Peet, blacksmith, was charged with absconding on the 23rd inst. He was ordered to pay 2l. 1s. 8d, compensation and costs, which was to be deducted from his wages. Two years later on the 16th of July 1879 Florence Lousia Winterbotham Peet was born.||Wesleyan Chapel in Barnby Gate, Newark|
By 1881 the
couple and their family had moved to 5 North Gate in Newark and Henry
was still working as a general smith. Henry and Mary Ann employed a
servant Mary J Jessop, born c1867 in Newark.
It can be assumed that
Henry is a successful businessman as they family employ a servant.
Henry’s age on this census
is given as 38, however this must be wrong as it doesn’t agree with the
ages on both his marriage and death certificates.
No. 1 and 3 are a pair of houses from the late 17th century, now in use as offices. The original roofing has been replaced with modern concrete tiles and pantiles. The bay windows are late 19th century. No. 5 is of the same period but in the local blue lias limestone rather than the much more common brick. The doorway appears to be relatively modern, though reasonably in keeping with the period. All are listed Grade II. - Alan Murray-Rust
|At the time of his death on the 28th of July 1889, in Bargate House Henry was working as an iron founder. Henry had died of typhoid that had lasted for 17 days. His death certificate indicates that he was just 38 years old, which indicates a year of birth of around 1851. This agrees with his marriage certificate which gives his age as 21 in 1872. The death certificate also shows that the informant of his death was John Whitworth, Henry’s father-in-law who was present his death. Stamford Mercury 2nd of August 1889 DEATHS NEWARK – 28th at Bargate House, Henry Peet, iron founder, 38. Henry Peet – Probate 31/10/1889. The Will of Henry Peet late of Newark-upon-Trent in the county of Nottinghamshire General Smith who died 28/7/1889 at Newark-upon-Trent was proved at Nottingham by Mary Ann Peet Widow the Relict and George Peet General Smith the Brother both of Newark-upon-Trent the surviving Executors. Personal estate £1802 11s. 9d. In 2018 £1802 would now be worth £227 462. After his death the marriage certificate of John Andrews and his daughter Florence Louisa Winterbotham Peet, 4th of June 1906, Henry is listed as a boilermaker. Noted events in his life were: * Living: 1851, Mount Pleasant, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire. * Living: 1861, 131 Parliament Street, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire. * He attended school in 1861. * Living: 1871, 69 Castle Gate, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire. * He worked as a blacksmith in 1871. * Living: 29th June 1872, 2 Lovers Lane, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire. At time of marriage * He worked as a general smith on 29 Jun 1872. * Living: 1881, 5 North Gate, Newark, Nottinghamshire. * He worked as a general smith in 1881. * He worked as a black, shoeing and general smith in 1885 at Tower Wharf in North Gate, Newark, Nottinghamshire. White’s Directory. * He worked as an Iron Founder on 28th July 1889.|
Mary Ann Whitworth
Mary Ann is the
daughter of John Whitworth and Ann Jepson and she was born in the second
quarter of 1849 in Bothamsall, Nottinghamshire. She died on the
of April 1936 in Lincoln at the age of 87.
for Mary Ann was Marian. Marian is the name on her marriage
certificate, however at present her birth certificate is not available.
In this year,
In 1851 Mary
Ann is living in the village of Bothamsall in Nottinghamshire about 20
miles north of Newark-on-Trent, her grandmother Rachel Jepson is the
head of the family.
The church of St. Mary is a perpetual curacy, of the certified value of £52, of which the Rev. Henry Fynes Clinton is the incumbent. The church was rebuilt in 1844 by His Grace, on the site of the old one. It is a neat gothic structure, with nave, chancel, north aisle and pinnacled tower, with three bells. There is also a handsome parsonage, a little east of the church. The stone principally used was brought from Worksop Manor, a great part of which is taken down. In 1852, the Duke of Newcastle converted a barn into a small National School, and he also pays the teacher's salary. The manor, before the Conquest, was held by Earl Tosti, but afterwards by Ralph de St George and Richard de Furnell, who gave the rectory to the Abbey of Welbeck, but in the 20th year of Queen Elizabeth, the tithes and manor were granted to the Earl of Lincoln. Haughton Park, enclosed about 50 years ago, is in this parish. Here are situated the Duke's Kennels, with a neat house, occupied by the head gamekeeper."
In 1861 at the time of the census Mary Ann was with her Aunt, Ann Jephson in Newcastle Street, Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. The listing is unclear as it has;
By 1871 Mary
Ann’s family had moved to 42 Whitfield Street, Newark-on-Trent.
Henry died in
1889 and on the 5th of December 1890 the London Gazette had
the following notice;
an order of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, made in the
action of Henry Peet’s estate, Whitworth v Peet and another, 1890, P.,
No. 2158, the creditors of Henry Peet, late of Newark-upon-Trent, in the
county of Nottingham, General Smith, who died on the 28th day
of July, 1889, are, on or before the 7th day of January,
1891, to send by post, prepaid, to William Henry Norledge, Esq., of
Newark-upon-Trent, the solicitor for the defendants Mary Ann Peet,
Widow, and George Peet, the executors of the deceased, their Christian
and surnames, addresses and descriptions, the full particulars of their
claims, a statement of their accounts, and the nature of the securities
(if any) held by them, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily
be excluded from the benefit of the said Order. Every creditor holding
any security is to produce the same before Mr. Justice North, at his
chambers, the Royal Courts of Justice, London on the 21st day
of January, 1891, at twelve o’clock noon, being the time appointed for
adjudication on the claims – Dated this 2nd day of December,
CORDWELL, 3, Old Serjeants-inn, Chancery-lane, London, Solicitor for the
shows that there was some dispute between what appears to be Mary Ann’s
family, the Whitworth’s and herself.
By the 1891
census Mary Ann was now living at 5 Bargate in Newark and working as a
coal dealer with her six daughters. This census gives her age as 45
although the 1881 census stated 32 years old. Mary Ann's parents, John
and Ann, were also at 5 Bargate, Newark-on-Trent on the night of the
census, also there was one servant Edith Taylor aged 16. It is probable
that the court case of Whitworth v Peet did not involve her parents as
she is with them.
|Henry was a successful businessman, not only working as a blacksmith but also as a property developer. Unfortunately it appears that he had mortgaged himself to the limit and his untimely death meant that everything he had built up was lost and Mary Ann took the consequences. By 1896 the dispute was settled by an auction of Henry's considerable portfolio of assets as described by the Nottinghamshire Guardian on the 6th of April 1895; BY MR GEORGE SHEPPARD 1890, P. No 2158. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE CHANCERY DIVISION, MR JUSTICE NORTH RE HENRY PEET DECEASED WHITWORTH V PEET AND ANOTHER NEWARK-UPON-TRENT, NOTTS To be SOLD by AUCTION, with the approbation of his Lordship Mr. Justice North, the judge to whom this action is assigned, pursuant to the order therein dated the 28th of May, 1894, by Mr. GEORGE SHEPPARD, at the Robin Hood Hotel, Newark-upon-Trent aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 24th day of April, 1896, at Six o’clock in the Afternoon, in Lots, a VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, situate at Newark-upon-Trent aforesaid. LOT I A House and small STABLE, situate at No. 9, Bargate, Newark now occupied by Mrs. Peet; also Two-stalled STABLE and TWO CARTSHEDS adjoining, also in the occupation of Mrs. Peet. LOT II NINE COTTAGES or TENEMENTS, with outbuildings, yards, gardens, and premises thereto adjoining and belonging, situate in Vernon Street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid, and now in respective occupations of Messrs. Davison, Hides, Wilson, Purkiss, Piggott, Wood, Wilson, Green, and Ireland, at rents amounting to £93 12s per annum. LOT III THREE COTTAGES or TENEMENTS, with outbuildings, yards, gardens, and premises thereto adjoining and belonging, situate in Vernon Street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid, and now in respective occupations of Messrs. Peet, Stephenson, and Asman, at rents amounting to £27 6s per annum. LOT IV FOUR MESSUAGES or TENEMENTS, including the Grocer’s shop, with outbuildings, yards, gardens, and premises thereto adjoining and belonging, situate in Barnby-gate, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid, and now in respective occupations of Mr. Walter, Mrs. Tomlinson, and Messrs. Stanger and Bramley, at rents amounting to £47 19s per annum. LOT V A PIECE or PLOT of eligible BUILDING GROUND, containing 1114 square yards, and having a frontage to Wood-street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid at 127 feet. LOT VI A PIECE or PLOT of eligible BUILDING GROUND, containing 1088 square yards, and having a frontage to Wood-street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid at 98 feet 3 inches. LOT VII A PIECE or PLOT of eligible BUILDING GROUND, containing 788 square yards, and having a frontage to Wood-street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid at 76 feet. LOT VIII A PIECE or PLOT of eligible BUILDING GROUND, containing 625 square yards, and having a frontage to Wood-street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid at 76 feet. LOT IX A PIECE or PLOT of eligible BUILDING GROUND, containing 635 square yards, and having a frontage to Wood-street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid at 76 feet 8 inches. LOT X A PIECE or PLOT of eligible BUILDING GROUND, containing 663 square yards, and having a frontage to Wood-street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid at 82 feet. LOT XI A PIECE or PLOT of eligible BUILDING GROUND, containing 652 square yards, and having a frontage to Wood-street, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid at 82 feet. LOT XII A PIECE or PLOT of eligible BUILDING GROUND, containing 1000 square yards, and having a frontage to Barnby-gate, of 65 feet 6 inches and also a frontage to Wood Street. LOT XIII 5789 square yards adjoining the Great Northern Railway line on the north-east and Wood-street aforesaid and another intended new street, which runs into Wood-street on the south-west. LOT XIV A COTTAGE or TENEMENT, with outbuildings, yards, gardens, and premises thereto adjoining and belonging, situate in Cherryholt-lane, Newark-upon-Trent, aforesaid, and now in the occupation of ????, at a weekly rent amounting to £8 9s per annum. The situation, boundaries, and admeasurements of the various Lots are more particularly described on a plan, copies of which can be had on application. Lots 5 to 12, both inclusive, are let off in garden plots and such portions thereof as are now let produce the annual rent of £6 10s. Lot 13 is cultivated with onions and is in hand. The Property is well built and in good state of repair, and affords an admirable opportunity for investors. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had gratis of Messrs. NORLEDGE and Co., Solicitors of 24 Castle-gate, Newark-on-Trent: Mr. W. H. NORLEDGE, of 221, South Lambeth-road, S.W; and Mr. F. G. CORDWELL, of 3, Old Sergeants Onn, Chancery-lane, London, W.C; and of the Auctioneer, Kirkgate, Newark, and at place of Sale.|
|Referring to Lot XIV and Cherryholt Lane in 1881 Mary Ann’s parents were living in the lane, perhaps the name that cannot be read is theirs? In Stamford Mercury on the 9th of October 1896 the following marriage notice appeared; BASHFORTH – PEET – October 4th, at Barnby-gate, Weslyan Chapel, Newark (by the Rev. G. Neal Willis), William Henry eldest son of Mr. Seth Bashforth, of Skegness, to Marian eldest daughter of the late Henry Peet, of Bargate House, Newark. Unfortunately it looks as though Mary Ann was not ultimately a successful coal dealer as the Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury reported on Friday the 8th of April 1898. NEWARK – At Nottingham Bankruptcy Court, on Friday, Mary Ann Peet came up for examination. The debtor, who was evidently in a weak state of health, formerly resided and carried on business as a coal merchant at Bargate, trading as Mary Ann Peet and Co., and stated her liabilities at 454l. 4s. 11d. and her assets at 136l. 8s. 10d. Her late husband was an ironfounder, who also had a coal merchant’s business, which she continued when he died in July, 1889. Her husband left his freehold property to her for life, but there were mortgages on it, and when it was sold by the Court of Chancery it turned out that there was not sufficient money in the estate to pay his debts in full, the creditors, as a matter of fact, only receiving 5s in the pound. She had expected that there would be something left over for her, but she received nothing, and she still owed the money wherewith she purchased the plant and stock of the coal business from the creditors. She had no capital whatever, but she carried on the business until the filing of her petition. She first became aware of her insolvency last year, but she had been in difficulties ever since the coal strike. No creditors appeared, and the examination was closed. The London Gazette has notices of dividends and she is amongst them. On the 9th of September 1898 Peet, Mary Ann (trading as Mary Ann Peet and Coy.) – Now residing at 2 Bargate, Newark and trading at Newark, Nottinghamshire – Coal Merchant, Widow – Nottingham Court – Last day for receiving proofs Sept. 24 1898 – Henry Roby Thorpe, Official Receiver – 4, Castle-place, Park-street, Nottingham. On the 16th of June 1899 Peet, Mary Ann (trading as Mary Ann Peet and Coy.) – Now residing at 2 Bargate, Newark and trading at Newark, Nottinghamshire – Coal Merchant, Widow – Nottingham Court – Last day for receiving proofs July 3 1899 – Henry Roby Thorpe, Official Receiver – 4, Castle-place, Park-street, Nottingham. On the 1st of August 1899 Peet, Mary Ann (trading as Mary Ann Peet and Coy.) – Now residing at 2 Bargate, Newark and trading at Newark, Nottinghamshire – Coal Merchant, Widow – Nottingham Court – Amount per pound, 3¼d – Second and Final – Payable Aug. 9 1899 – Where Payable Official Receiver’s Offices 4, Castle-place, Park-street, Nottingham. So it looks as though the company fell through and that she could only pay 3¼d in every pound she owed, (£1 = 240d). Despite Henry leaving quite a considerable sum of £1802 11s. 9d. in his will the Court of Chancery decision meant that Mary Ann received nothing.|
By 1901 Mary
Ann with her change in fortune was now working as a caretaker at Winthorpe Hall,
which is a couple of miles outside Newark.
On the 4th
of June 1906 Mary Ann’s daughter Florence married John Andrews and
Florence’s address is given as Winthorpe Hall, near Newark. It is
likely then that Mary Ann was still employed there.
In 1907 her
daughter Rose married Frank Sherwin in Sheffield, Yorkshire.
On the 20th
of February 1908 Mary Ann’s daughter Gertrude married George Henry Myers
in Yorkshire. The marriage was also registered in Sheffield.
By the time of
the 1911 census she was living with her daughter, Gertrude at 79 St
Phillips Road, Romsey Town, Cambridge. Gertrude's husband was
visiting her sister Marian and her family in Sheffield.
|Noted events in her life were: * 1851: Living, Bothamsall, Nottinghamshire. * Living: 1871, 42 Whitfield Street, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire. * Living: 29th June 1872, 42 Whitfield Street, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire. * She worked as a Dress Maker on 29th June 1872. * Living: 1881, 5 North Gate, Newark, Nottinghamshire. * She was a Smith's Wife in 1881. * Living: 1891, 5 Bargate, Newark, Nottingham. * She worked as a Coal Dealer in 1891. * Living: 1901, Winthorpe Hall, near Newark, Nottinghamshire. * She worked as a Caretaker, Winthorpe Hall near Newark, Nottinghamshire in 1901. * Living: 4th June 1906, Winthorpe Hall, near Newark, Nottinghamshire. Florence's marriage. * Living: 1911, 79 St Phillips Road, Romsey Town, Cambridge.|
|Henry married Mary Ann Whitworth on the 29th of June 1872 in the Wesleyan Chapel on Barnby Gate, Newark On Trent. Children from this marriage were: i. Marian Peet – (22/7/1872 – 3/7/1936) ii. Gertrude Annie Winterbotham Peet – (13/7/1877 – 26/1/1958) iii. Florence Louisa Winterbotham Peet – (16/7/1879 – 1957) iv. Lillian Beatrice Winterbotham Peet – (21/10/1881 – 11/4/1975) v. Rose Eveline Winterbottom Peet – (26/11/1883 – 1972) vi. Bertha Mary Winterbottom Peet – (28/1/1887 – 24/2/1966)|
DAUGHTERS OF HENRY AND MARY ANN
|All of the daughters who had Winterbotham in their name appear to have had Winterbottom at the time of their deaths; i. Marian Peet – (22/7/1872 – 3/7/1936) At the age of 19 in 1891, Marian was working as a pupil teacher. Five years later she married William Henry Bashforth (1870 – 1957) from Sheffield on the 4th of October 1896 in Newark. In 1901 William was an Iron Turner and they were living in Sheffield. By 1911 they had been married for 14 years but had not had any children. William and Marian were the caretakers of a Sheffield City Council School. ii. Gertrude Annie Winterbotham Peet – (13/7/1877 – 26/1/1958) In 1901 Gertrude was a bookshop assistant living in Winthorpe near Newark and seven years later on the 20th of February 1908, 30 year-old Gertrude married 32 year-old George Henry Myers (26/6/1875 – Jan 1958). By 1911 she was living in Cambridge with her two month-old son, Samuel Leslie Myers (14/1/1911 – 22/9/1993) and her 62 year-old widowed mother Mary Ann Whitworth. On the night of the census her husband was visiting her sister Marian and her husband William Henry Bashforth in Sheffield. George was working as railway clerk. The couple had at least two children Samuel as mentioned before and Eric William Myers (22/3/1913 – 7/9/1993). By 1939 the couple had moved to 40 Rookery Lane in Lincoln where Gertrude was a housewife and George a retired railway clerk. On the 12th of January 1958 George died and probate was given the following month; Myers George Henry of 40 Rookery Lane Lincoln died 12 January 1958 Probate Lincoln 14 February to Samuel Leslie Myers Insurance superintendent. Effects £2020 9s. 5d. Just two weeks after the death of her husband Gertrude died and was cremated five days later on the 31st of January 1958 at the age of 80. Probate states; Myers Gertrude Annie Winterbottom of 40 Rookery Lane Lincoln widow died 26 January 1958 Probate Lincoln 12 March to Samuel Leslie Myers Insurance superintendent. Effects £3335 19s. 4d. iii. Florence Louisa Winterbotham Peet – (16/7/1879 – 1957) iv. Lillian Beatrice Winterbotham Peet – (21/10/1881 – 11/4/1975) Lillian never married. It hasn’t been possible to find Lillian on the 1901 census but she was a witness to her sister Florence Louisa Winterbotham Peet's marriage on the 4th of June 1906 to John Andrews. In 1911 she is at the home of her sister Marian and her husband William Henry Bashforth in Sheffield. In 1929 she is living in Surrey with Harold Macpherson and his wife Constance according to the electoral register. This is confirmed on the 1939 register as she is the domestic help to Harold, who is now a 72 year-old professional musician and Constance who is 71. She died on the 11th of April 1975 in Lincoln at the age of 93 and was cremated three days later on the 14th in Lincolnshire. Probate occurred the following month; Peet, Lillian Beatrice Winterbottom of Ermine House Laughton Way Lincoln died 11 April 1975 Probate Nottingham 27 May £1247. Ermine House is a care home. v. Rose Eveline Winterbottom Peet – (26/11/1883 – 1972) Once again it has not been possible to find Rose on the 1901 census. In 1907 she married Frank Sherwin (19/6/1882 – 10/2/1947) a motor mechanic from Sheffield and by 1911 she was living in Sheffield. The couple had at least one daughter who was born the following year, Doris Evelyn Sherwin (9/4/1908 – 1980). In 1939 the three of them are still together in Sheffield. Frank is still a motor mechanic and Rose is a housewife. Doris is a tobacco shop keeper. On the 10th of February 1947 Frank died at the City General Hospital in Sheffield at the age of 64. Probate was granted on the 19th of April; Sherwin Frank of 34 Bodmin-street Sheffield died 10 February 1947 at The City General Hospital Sheffield Administration London 19 April to Rose Evelyn Winterbottom Sherwin widow. Effects £630 2s. 4d. vi. Bertha Mary Winterbottom Peet – (28/1/1887 – 24/2/1966) Bertha never married. On the 1901 census she was a domestic housemaid at Hawthorne, North Road in Balderton near Newark. But by 1910 she was a hospital nurse at the Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Hospital and Dispensary in Chesterfield and on the 1911 census she is living and working there. She qualified in 1913 from the hospital. The first registration that can be traced of her being a State Registered Nurse (SRN) is on the 16th of March 1923 in London. In 1928 and 1931 she is an SRN living at Lyndair, Rookery Lane in Boultham in Lincolnshire. This address becomes 40 Rookery Lane on the Nursing Regsiters of 1931, 1934 and 1937. By the time war breaks out the 1939 register says she is living at Avon Cottage in Ryan Hill, Straford upon Avon in Warwickshire and still working as an SRN. The Nursing Registers of 1943 and 1946 also have the same address. Bertha died in Stratford upon Avon at the age of 79 on the 24th of February 1966.|
|5th Generation||6th Generation||7th Generation|
|2nd Great Grandparents||3rd Great Grandparents||4th Great Grandparents|
|Richard Peet (1788 - 17/1/1865)|
|George Peet (1826 - Before 13/10/1894)|
|Elizabeth Plowright (1785 - Before 1851)|
|Henry Peet (1850 - 28/7/1889)|
|John Marriott* ( - ) possibly|
|Charlotte Lacy (1830 - 1898)|
|Elizabeth Lee Lacy (1808 - 1890)|
|George Whitworth (1799 - 1862)|
|John Whitworth (1825 - 1907)|
|Mary Taylor* (1803 - 1830)|
|Mary Ann Whitworth (1849 - 6/4/1936)|
|George Jepson (8/1/1791 - 1820)|
|Ann Jepson (1819 - 5/12/1893)|
|Rachel Brown (1787 - 1858)|