Taylor, Ann

Birth Name Taylor, Ann
Gramps ID I0126
Gender female


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E0675] 1796 Ryme Intrinsica Liberty Sherborne Dorset  


    Family of Hyatt, John and Taylor, Ann [F0118]
Unknown Partner Hyatt, John [I0379]


Ann was living alone by 1841, in a small village called Ryme. The census showed no house numbers or road names, there were only around 80 people there. Ann Taylors parents by that time were interred in the Fleet Prison. No reason can be found, but the Fleet Prison was solely for Debtors and Bankrupts...

A small hand written side note in the Congregational Church records of Sherborne infers the death of a "Mrs. Ann Hyatt" in Febuary 1832. This appears not to be the case, it is the time when Ann left (or was abandoned by) John to return to her home village of Ryme. Presumably, being a churchman, John did not want any scandal regarding her parents imprisonment.

NOTE: All the included Sherborne Wesleyan Circuit baptisms, 1785-1799, Transcribed from a photocopy (at S&DFHS library) of the original pages by Caryl Parsons "A Register of the Children baptized at Sherborne (Dorset) and elsewhere by Geo HARVEY, Protestant Dissenting Minister and others."


Type Value Notes Sources
RFN 633483315


    1. Taylor, Ann
      1. Hyatt, John [I0379]