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Samuel ALSTON [640]
(Abt 1690-1754)
Sarah [122]
(Abt 1692-1732)
Jacobus VANDERZEE [120]
(Abt 1688-1746)
Mary GUSTERSON [2071]
(1706-1762)
Samuel ALSTON [85]
(1721-1796)
Mary VANDERZEE [86]
(1740-1803)

Anna Maria ALSTON [93]
(1769-1815)

 

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Anna Maria ALSTON [93]

  • Born: 1769, Nayland SFK
  • Christened: 14 Mar 1769, Nayland SFK
  • Died: 26 Jul 1815 aged 46
  • Buried: 3 Aug 1815, Edwardstone SFK
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bullet  General Notes:


Anna was unmarried.

Her work book dated 15 Feb 1780, which has been later that year used by her father to keep account of payments to a client, is in Bury Archive, Alston HA541/1/57

Inscribed on an Altar Tomb in St Mary's Churchyard Edwardstone " In memory of Anna Maria Alston who departed this life July 26 1815 aged 46 years".

The Will of Anna Maria Alston
12 March 1811
This is the last Will and Testament of me Anna Maria Alston of Stoke next Nayland in the County of Suffolk Spinster.
I give and bequeath unto my dear sister Sarah Alston to and for her own use and disposal all singular all my personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of every nature or kind she paying thereout of my just debts in funeral and testamentary expenses and I hereby appoint my said sister Sarah sole executorix of this my will and revoking all other wills by me at any . . . . . . . . . . made.
In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this twelfth day of March in the years of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eleven.
Anna Maria Alston. Signed sealed published and ordered by me said executrix as and for the last will and testament in the presense of us - Mary Downing and Sarah Leggett.
Proved at London the 7th August 1815 before the Judge by said Sarah Alston spinster the sister of the sole executrix to whom administration was granted having been sworn by court duly to admin.
Prob. 11/1511.
Transcribed by Susan Perrett.
Copy on file.

bullet  Research Notes:


Image Courtesy Mike Burn - 2014

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bullet  Other Records



1. Anna Maria Alston: Letter to her Brother (unidentified), 8 Sep 1800, Melford SFK.
Dear Brother
As my mother continues much in the same state, she has at last concluded to go to Aldbro*, next Saturday is the day fixed Mackeran has long wished her to try the sea air? she told him when they did they did not to know what . . . . . with a patient they always advised . . . . . change, he said very true, but the sea. . . . . is very bracing, which was what she wanted. Medicine certainly has lost its effect Dolly (?) and myself will accompany my mother Harriett will continue at Melford to keep the beds aired. We have fixed lodgings at L1 1d per week a parlour, to bedded rooms, and kitchen, a servant at four shillings a week and all board . . . . . her, we take our linen, and plate, my mother will thank you to send her twenty pounds if you can send I am . . . . . it she would like to have part of it in cash if you send it by the post she would like small banknotes.
We hope you are all of you quite well. I had a letter from town the other day they were all of them quite well, and intended spending a few days at Mortes. . . . . Dawson I hear is going to be be married to one of Paxton's. All unite in kind love remains? are yrs Sincerely
A. M. Alston
Melford September 8, 1800
Written on two sides of a sheet with note "8th Sept Maria"
* Possibly Aldeburgh Suffolk
Original in the possession of Julia Redman, part missing. 1999 copy on Fenn file 2007




2. Anna Maria Alston: Letter to her Brother (Probably George), 15 Oct 1800, Melford SFK.
Dear Brother
I suppose you have heard of the melancholy event that has taken place in town I had a letter from Miss Downing this morning who says that Mary is really as well as they can expect we know nothing about the funeral as it is to melancholy a subject for Miss D to write about - Mrs M. . . . . will be very happy to see you as soon as you can make it convenient to come she wishes very much to know about her own affairs D L(?) all likewise be very happy to see my sister! We have a bed ready aired for you
All unite in kind love
Yrs sincerely (?)
A. M. A
Melford Wednesday Morning
Mother is better for her Aldbro* journey
Note on letter "15 Octb Alston A in rather shaky writing probably George Alston's, also note by Alston Fenn "From Anna Maria Alston to her brother George referring to the death of her brother-in-law George Downing who died on the ninth of October 1800 See Table A9"
* Possibly Aldeburgh Suffolk
Original in the possession of Julia Redman 1999 copy on Fenn file 2007


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