Ann Cambell

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Also spelt (on her two wedding certificates) Ann Campbell.

Relationship to CFH/FCJ ...... Grandmother

Parents father: William Cambell, mother: Frances Cambell

Full name (as used to distinguish her unambiguously) Ann Cambell (1815)

Born 1815

Occupation initially mother but ultimately a publican at the Horse and Groom, Town Street, Upwell

Husband George Hunt (II)

Married 1833 - as both Mr & Mrs Hunt (alias Garmany) and Mr & Mrs Garmany (alias Hunt)

Known children

  • Elizabeth Hunt, born 1833
  • William Hunt, born 1837
  • George Hunt, born 1840
  • Charles Hunt, born 1843
  • Martha Hunt, born 1847
  • Mary Ann Hunt, born 1849
  • Frances A (Fanny) (Hunt or Germanney or Jarmany), born 1855

Facts as we know them:

  • 1815 born in Burwell in Cambridgeshire
  • married George Hunt (alias Garmany) in 1833
  • 1841 living at Chadwell's Yard, St Ives, Cambridgeshire
  • 1847 living in Mepal, Cambridgeshire
  • 1849 living at 194 Mill End, Chatteris - or possibly Witchford - Cambridgeshire
  • 1851 living at 194 Mill End, Chatteris - or possibly Witchford - Cambridgeshire. Mr & Mrs Cambell - Ann'e parents are living with them. With the exception of the Cambells, all of the family are registered as Hunt.
  • 1858 living at the White Hart, Upwell
  • 1861 living at the Horse and Groom, Town street, Upwell Cambridgeshire. All of the family are registered as Germanney.
  • 1871 living at the Horse and Groom, Town street, Upwell Cambridgeshire. All of the family are registered as Germanney.
  • 1872 took over as the landlady of the Horse and Groom, Upwell
  • 1883 registered as the licensee of the Horse and Groom, Upwell, as Mrs A Jarmany
  • 1891 not yet found her

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