Ann Wane [1787 - 1863]

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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


  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
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
When Registered11 November 1863


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

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