When Anne Ayres was born on 27 March 1823 in Surbiton, Surrey, her father, Richard, was 45, and her mother, Elizabeth, was 38. She married James Russell on 23 August 1841 in Chessington, Surrey. They had six children in 17 years. She died on 19 January 1898 at the age of 74.
All Saints (Kingston Upon Thames). Register of Baptisms. Surrey History Centre, Woking, Surrey.1819 - 1832, P33/1/18 Fiche 3+, Page 231, No. 1842 Born; 27 Mar 1823, Baptism; 7 May 1823 Anne Daughter ofRichard & Elizabeth Ayres at All Saints Kingston ABODE: Kingston Fathers Occupation; Labourer
Certified Copy of Death Certificate, Held by John Cattell, Scanned copy held by pauline Biggs, Entry No.133 Date of Death: 19 January 1898, 3 Providence Cottages, Clayton Rd, Hook. Record No. 133. Name: Ann Russell, FEMALE, 76 Years, Occupation: Wife of James Russell A Road labourer. Cause of Death: Senile Decay Influenza Pneumonia certified by H Cooper, MB MRVS. Signature, Description & Residence of informant: Elizabeth Russell, daughter, Present at the death. 3 Providence Cottages, Clayton Road Hook. When Registered: 19th January 1898. Signature of Registrar: H Bickell
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