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Ann (Spooner) Vansittart Neale (abt. 1780 - 1873)

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Ann (Spooner) Vansittart Neale was a member of aristocracy in the British Isles.
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Ann Spooner was the daughter of Isaac Spooner and Barbara Gough.[1] In 1809 she married Rev Edward Vansittart-Neale, Rector of Taplow in Buckinghamshire, and they had eight children, including Edward, one of the founders of the Co-Operative Society, and Charlotte Vansittart Neale.


  1. Maternal relationship is confirmed by an exact HVR1 and HVR2 match between this mtDNA test for Michael Ibsen and this mtDNA test of his direct maternal line 14th cousin twice removed Wendy Duldig and this mtDNA test of his direct maternal line 15th great uncle King Richard III.

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