Anderson, Sarah

Birth Name Anderson, Sarah
Gender female

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Baptism 31 July 1816 Creake South, Norfolk, England   1a
Marriage (Witness) 14 October 1833 Bagthorpe, Norfolk, England Witnessed by George Thurtell and Sarah Anderson 2a 3a
Occupation 1851   barmaid 4a
Event Note

worked in Oak Inn Bangor for John Edwards her brother in law. 1851 census

Census (Unknown) 30 March 1851 Oak Inn, Bangor is y coed, Flintshire, Wales   4a
Census (Wife) 3 April 1881 Pymrhyd Mill, Adenbury Fechan, Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales   5a

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Anderson, Jamesabout 1777December 1862
Mother Williamson, Mary5 June 17864 July 1865
    Sister     Anderson, Susan about 1810 February 1879
    Sister     Anderson, Hannah 1813 October 1893
         Anderson, Sarah 31 July 1816
    Brother     Anderson, Henry 1825

Families

Family of Edwards, Thomas and Anderson, Sarah

Married Husband Edwards, Thomas ( * about 1803 + ... )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage June 1858 Great Boughton, Cheshire, England    
Event Note

Possible GRO Ref. Gt. Boughton 8a 434

  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Anderson, JosephAugust 1855
Edwards, JohnMay 1863

Family Map

Family Map

Source References

  1. England, Norfolk Bishop's Transcripts, 1685-1941
      • Date: 31 July 1816
      • Page: https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:27CZ-TWW Record Office, Central Library, Norwich; FHL microfilm 1,470,950.
  2. Norfolk Marriages
      • Date: 14 October 1833
      • Page: Archive reference PD 37/5 Page 3 and Film 1471075 Batch I11568-9
  3. England Marriages, 1538–1973
      • Date: 14 October 1833
      • Page: http://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=r_844795719
  4. General Register Office: UK census 1851
      • Date: 30 March 1851
      • Page: HO107 Piece 2502 Folio 501 Page 2
  5. General Register Office: Uk census 1881
      • Date: 3 April 1881
      • Page: RG11 Piece 5515 Folio 5 Page 5