Martyn Family History

Scott H. Martyn
Chicago, IL  60611
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John BREDEN [3025]
(1729-)
Elizabeth PRIOR [3026]
John DOWNER [2966]
(Abt 1763-)
Sarah BREDEN [2967]
(1762-)
Ann DOWNER [2961]
(1783-1845)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Samuel C. MANN [2271]

2. Thomas HOLDEN [3289]

Ann DOWNER [2961]

  • Born: 25 February 1783, Petworth, , Sussex, England
  • Marriage (1): Samuel C. MANN [2271] on 27 September 1802 in Billingshurst, , Sussex, England
  • Marriage (2): Thomas HOLDEN [3289] on 20 February 1837 in , , , Canada 783
  • Died: 9 November 1845, Adelaide, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada at age 62

   Another name for Ann was Mary Ann DOWNER.

   FamilySearch ID: 9KCR-TP1.

  Noted events in her life were:



1. Emigration: to Montreal, Québec, Canada on the ship Heber as part of the Petworth Immigration Project, on 5 June 1836, in Pevensey, , Sussex, England. The family came on the ship Heber, A1, 441 tons; master Captain Rue; superintendent appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee: James Marr Brydone; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 28 April 1836; arrived at Quebec 5 June 1836/Quebec, Canada.

According to Poor Law records at the Public Record Office at Kew, Wisborough Green Vestry borrowed £200 in 1836 to send a party of people to Canada. Among these they listed the following:

Noah Mann (33)
Elizabeth Mann (32)
Noah Mann (10)
Ambrose Mann (8)
Meshec Mann (6)
Sadrac Mann (4)
Hannah Mann (2)
Ellen Mann (infant)

Also listed on that voyage were Noah's parents and four of his younger brothers:
Samuel Mann (54)
Elizabeth Mann (53)
Mark Mann (16)
Eli Downer Mann (14)
Moses Mann (12)
Edwin Mann (9) The family came on the ship Heber, A1, 441 tons; master Captain Rue; superintendent appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee: James Marr Brydone; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 28 April 1836; arrived at Quebec 5 June 1836/Quebec, Canada.

According to Poor Law records at the Public Record Office at Kew, Wisborough Green Vestry borrowed £200 in 1836 to send a party of people to Canada. Among these they listed the following:

Noah Mann (33)
Elizabeth Mann (32)
Noah Mann (10)
Ambrose Mann (8)
Meshec Mann (6)
Sadrac Mann (4)
Hannah Mann (2)
Ellen Mann (infant)

Also listed on that voyage were Noah's parents and four of his younger brothers:
Samuel Mann (54)
Elizabeth Mann (53)
Mark Mann (16)
Eli Downer Mann (14)
Moses Mann (12)
Edwin Mann (9)

2. On 2 January 1837 she resided at Adelaide 4th Con Lot 19 North Side Road in , , , Canada.

3. She has conflicting death information of 9 November 1845 in Montréal, , Québec, Canada.


Ann married Samuel C. MANN [2271] [MRIN: 4152], son of John MANN [3027] and Beatrice Mary GARTON [3028], on 27 September 1802 in Billingshurst, , Sussex, England. (Samuel C. MANN [2271] was born on 4 May 1782 in Pulborough, Wisborough Green, Sussex, England, died on 9 June 1836 in Montréal, , Québec, Canada and was buried in June 1836 in Montréal, , Québec, Canada.)


  Marriage Notes:

Church of England

FHL Film Number: 1068525
Reference ID: MP237
page 51

Ann next married Thomas HOLDEN [3289] [MRIN: 4487] on 20 February 1837 in , , , Canada.783 (Thomas HOLDEN [3289] was born in 1787,783 died on 19 August 1854 in Adelaide, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada 783 and was buried in Adelaide, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada 783.)