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James VANDERZEE [126]
(1737-1785)
Philadelphia MEAD [1041]
(1737-1802)
George VANDERZEE Esq [1377]
(Abt 1767-1837)
Ann MARSH [6702]
(Abt 1786-1865)

Ann VANDERZEE [361]
(1820-1904)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Frederick James HAND [2041]

Ann VANDERZEE [361]

  • Born: 19 Dec 1820, St Pancras London
  • Christened: 24 Jan 1821, St Mary Marylebone LND
  • Marriage: Frederick James HAND [2041] on 29 May 1838
  • Died: 20 Apr 1904 aged 83

bullet   Other names for Ann were Ann MARSH at her marriage and Ann VANMARSH at her baptism.

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bullet  General Notes:


Married.
On the 29th ult., Frederick James youngest son of the late Rev J. S. Hand, of Billericay, Essex, to Ann second surviving daughter of the late George Vanderzee Esq., of the Exchequer Office, Temple.
Ref: John Bull Sunday, June 3, 1838. , also Morning Post Saturday 2 June 1838.

See Charles Vanderzee [1437]

An Anne Vanderzee died Mar 1865 Kensington MDX Vol 1A Pg110

Probate calendar.
Hand Anne of Tinwall Lodge St Peters Sq Hammersmith MDX widow died 20 Apr 1904 Proved London 13 May 1904 to George Weightman Hand retired Rear Admiral RN.
Effects L1829 18s 10d.

bullet  Research Notes:


Dear Edward . . . . .
I have investigated this intriguing discrepancy we have in Frederick HAND's bride. Regrettably I didn't make a photocopy of the marriage when I found it, but this is my transcription:
Date Names Age Cond Occ Res Father Occ
29/05 Frederic Sherrand John Clergyman
1838 James St Staples
Hand Full B Solicitor Hand

Ann

Marsh Minor S Blank Silveri
s Geo Solicitor
St Marsh

By Minister Witness's Entry No.
Banns: William 361
C A Gaye Thomas
Curate
Frances
Thomas


It's really most puzzling as it's impossible to see how the newspaper item could have made a mistake with her father.

Seeking further proof for Frederick HAND's bride Ann MARSH, daughter of George VANDERZEE, I thought I'd check the IGI for a baptism of an illegitimate Ann in St Pancras c1820, finding this:
Event(s):
Birth: 19 DEC 1820
Christening: 24 JAN 1821 Saint Mary-St Marylebone Road, Saint Marylebone, London, England
Parents:
Father: GEORGE VANMARSH
Mother: ANN
It seemed to me an awfully strange coincidence and "VANMARSH" an unusual surname. I've just checked on freeBMD and there are no hits for that surname for any event at all from the beginning of civil registration through to 1900. I can only conclude that this has to be our Ann, a cunning ruse to hide her illegitimacy.
Best wishes,
Rosie.

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bullet  Other Records

1. Census: England, 7 Jun 1841, 39 Guildford St Grays Inn Lane St Pancras. Ann is recorded as aged 20 born St Pancras

2. Census: England, 30 Mar 1851, Tinwald Lodge St Peters Sq Hammersmith LND. Annie is described as a wife aged 30 born Richmond MDX

3. Census: England, 8 Apr 1861, Tinwald Lodge St Peters Sq Hammersmith LND. Annie is described as a wife aged 40 born MDX

4. Census: England, 2 Apr 1871, Tinwald Lodge St Peters Sq Hammersmith LND. Annie is described as a wife aged 49 born St Pancras MDX

5. Census: England, 3 Apr 1881, Tinwald Lodge St Peters Sq Hammersmith LND. Annie is described as a wife aged 60 born Kentish Town MDX

6. Census: England, 5 Apr 1891, Tinwald Lodge St Peters Sq Hammersmith LND. Annie is described as a wife aged 69 born Kentish Town MDX


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Ann married Frederick James HAND [2041] [MRIN: 39], son of Rev John Staples HAND [360] and Mary VANDERZEE [353], on 29 May 1838. (Frederick James HAND [2041] was born about 1814 in Billericay ESS, christened on 9 Oct 1814 in Gt Burstead ESS, died on 6 Jul 1898 in Tinwall Lodge Hammersmith MDX and was buried in Hammersmith Cemetery MDX.)


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