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Born: Census records are confused. In the 1841 census, she is listed as being born in WAR. The 1851 census has her born ~1782 at Rotherby LEI. The 1861 census has her as born ~1783 in Birmingham.

Baptised: 2 June 1787, St Martin Birmingham WAR
IGI C01072-7 gives baptismal date, father's name & mother's given name

Father: Robert Wain

Mother: Margaret Nock

5-generation pedigree

Siblings: All at St Martin Birmingham

  1.   Ann Wane [1787 - 1863]
  2. George Wane [11 September 1792 -]
  3. Samuel Wane [2 June 1794 -]

Married: William Stanier, 22 August 1808, Edgbaston St Bartholomew

Children:

  1. Sarah Stanier
  2. Ann Stanier
  3. William Stanier
  4. William Stanier
  5. Joseph Stanier
  6. John Stanier
  7. James Stanier
  8. Isaiah Stanier

Died: 9 November 1863, All Saints

Death Certificate:

Registration DistrictBirmingham
in the Sub-District ofAll Saints Birmingham
in the County ofWarwick
When and where died9 November 1863, Allen's Buildings, Nineveh
Name and SurnameAnn Stanier
SexFemale
Age81 years
OccupationWidow of William Stanier, a Brass Turner
Cause of deathSenile Decay, certified
Informant X the mark of Elizabeth Stanier, Present at the death, Allen's Buildings, Nineveh Birmingham
daughter-in-law
When Registered11 November 1863

Addresses:

1814Fordrough
1818Nineveh
1819Birmingham Heath
1823Gibb Heath
1841 - 18513 Nineveh, All Saints, Birmingham
1861 - 1863Allens Buildings, Nineveh


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