Anna Maria ROBINSON 
- Born: 18 Oct 1765
- Baptised: 6 Nov 1765, St George Queen Sq Camden
- Marriage (1): John TORLESSE  on 8 Apr 1782 in Bombay India.
- Died: 3 Jun 1834, Ipswich, SFK aged 68
Index of Ecclesiastical returns
From the India Office Records
These are transcriptions of the Indexes to the records of Marriage held in the India Office Records in the British Library. These records were the returns submitted to the Indian Government by individual churches throughout India.
Entry from Transcription of Marriage Indexes 1709 - 1893 Marriage Bombay Marriage Year 1782
Husband First Names John Surname Torlesse
Wife First Names Ann Maria Surname Robinson
IOR Reference Z/N/3 Volume Number 3 Folio 365
LDS Film Reference 523833
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On the 3rd inst. Died, Anna Maria, relict of the late John Torlesse, Esq., of the Bombay Civil Service, aged 68
Ref: Ipswich Journal 7 June 1834.
Will of Anna Maria Torlesse, widow of Ipswich dated 17 July 1831. Probate 16 August 1834 by her son Rev Charles Martin Torlesse and Rev Thomas Davidson executors, Davidson replacing the Rev William Bridges. Mentions her son Henry Boden Torlesse and Frances his wife, and her daughter Maria wife of Rev David Davies. Witness Priscilla Susanna Wakefield.
Neat and Excellent Furniture, Books, Fine-Toned Cabinet Pianoforte, etc.
To Be Sold By Auction.
By Robert Garrord.
My Direction of the Executors
On Monday, the 23rd day of June, 1834, and following day.
The neat and excellent household furniture glass books cabinet piano and effects of Mrs Torlesse deceased.
At her late residence, Green Yard, St Peter's, Ipswich.
Comprising mahogany dining, pembroke, pillar and loo tables, rosewood loo table, mahogany and drawing-room chairs, with sofas to correspond, mahogany cheffioneer, suites of moreen curtains, handsome 4 post and French bedsteads, capital hair and wool mattresses, feather beds and bedding, rosewood and mahogany chests of drawers, mahogany and painted dressing and washing tables, painted chairs, excellent landscape and other dressing glasses, easy chairs, etc., blue and white dinner service, china tea sets, dessert service, kitchen tables and chairs, large deal dresser, and the usual culinary and general housekeeping requisites.
ALSO A BRILLIANT TONED COTTAGE CABINET PIANO FORTE, (6 octaves), nearly new. A small library of books: a monks amoungst which will be found, the Encyclopaedia Britanniea; Scott's, Henry's, and Baxter's Bibles; Johnson's works; Rollins Ancient History; Johnson's Dictionary, two volumes, quarto; Cruden's Concordance; Rapin's England; Hume's England; Porteous's Lectures; memoirs of Sir William Jones; Mrs H. More's works; and many works of Divinity and miscellaneous literature.
Sales to begin each day at 11 o'clock.
The furniture etc., may be viewed on the mornings of the sale.
Catalogues to be had at the place of sale, and of the Auctioneer, Butter Market, Ipswich
Ref: Ipswich Journal 21st June 1834
Picture Bygone Days.
Will on file to transcribe
Anna married John TORLESSE  [MRIN: 531], son of John TORLESSE  and Rachel BORCKENSTEIN , on 8 Apr 1782 in Bombay India. (John TORLESSE  was born on 24 Jun 1738 and died in 1810 in Great Stanmore.)